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post #23461 of 25891
Must of changed when I brought mine, only standard and pixel perfect were available. Sorry for wrong info! smile.gif
post #23462 of 25891
Well actually since you mentioned the Pixel Perfect, I looked it up and found that apparently they have one on newegg for a really good price..

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4JH22E7419

Safe to say that these monitors from MNW Global are as good as any of the ebay distributors? Seems everyone tends to go the ebay route so I just want to be sure, as this is a Pixel Perfect for only $10 more than the one I wanted from ebay. Probably gonna order within the next couple hours..
Edited by Raile - 5/19/15 at 2:43pm
post #23463 of 25891
Hi, is it risky to jump onto this monitor? Theres a sale for this QX2710 LED Evolution ll Matte Panel for 230usd the SE version is 220.
I mainly play CSGO and was planning to buy a benq 144hz until i found this monitor.

How will the overclocking perform on lower resolutions? I play CSGO on 1024x768, so how will the overclocking perform and work on the lower resolutions up to 1920x1080. Im willing to run default 60hz on the 1440p resolution but i would want 120hz when playing CSGO. Is there any user playing CSGO with this monitor? How does it perform compared to a normal TN panel with 75hz refresh rate?

Also i understand that the monitor controls only allow brightness and volume adjustment, if I want to change my monitor to 4:3 aspect ratio with black bars for CSGO how do i have to go about doing it?

Is the stand of the monitor a big problem that I have to buy another monitor stand to replace it?
post #23464 of 25891
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Originally Posted by lifesosian View Post

Hi, is it risky to jump onto this monitor? Theres a sale for this QX2710 LED Evolution ll Matte Panel for 230usd the SE version is 220.
I mainly play CSGO and was planning to buy a benq 144hz until i found this monitor.

How will the overclocking perform on lower resolutions? I play CSGO on 1024x768, so how will the overclocking perform and work on the lower resolutions up to 1920x1080. Im willing to run default 60hz on the 1440p resolution but i would want 120hz when playing CSGO. Is there any user playing CSGO with this monitor? How does it perform compared to a normal TN panel with 75hz refresh rate?

Also i understand that the monitor controls only allow brightness and volume adjustment, if I want to change my monitor to 4:3 aspect ratio with black bars for CSGO how do i have to go about doing it?

Is the stand of the monitor a big problem that I have to buy another monitor stand to replace it?

is it listed as an "offgrade"

if so stay away from it. these are already offgrade screens so whats an offgrade of an offgrade?
post #23465 of 25891
Hello guys! Newbie here, lurked these forums a lot but never felt the need to post. Until I became interested in getting a new monitor anyway tongue.gif

I have searched in this thread and around the internet,but I have not seen my question answered in detail:
Who is the best Qnix QX2710 ebay seller? AccessoriesWhole looks perfect for me, particularly because their perfect pixel coverage is complete (other sellers don't consider stuck pixels dead, and most consider up to 2 or 3 dead pixels "pixel perfect" and won't take the monitor back). Many say that most monitors come pixel perfect as is anyway, but I'd like to see the exact percentage for that before committing tongue.gif

I haven't seen any meaningful amounts of feedback about particular sellers, probably because most people buy 1 and are done with it. Are any perceived to have higher failure rates or worse customer service and the like?

Thank you!
post #23466 of 25891
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Originally Posted by robb41488 View Post

is it listed as an "offgrade"

if so stay away from it. these are already offgrade screens so whats an offgrade of an offgrade?

nah not offgrade.
post #23467 of 25891
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Originally Posted by lifesosian View Post

nah not offgrade.

link?
post #23468 of 25891
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Originally Posted by Raile View Post

Well actually since you mentioned the Pixel Perfect, I looked it up and found that apparently they have one on newegg for a really good price..

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4JH22E7419

Safe to say that these monitors from MNW Global are as good as any of the ebay distributors? Seems everyone tends to go the ebay route so I just want to be sure, as this is a Pixel Perfect for only $10 more than the one I wanted from ebay. Probably gonna order within the next couple hours..

I bought 3 QX2710 from MW Global about 7 mos ago through Amazon and they're running in Nvidia surround at 7680x1440. The first one had a small discoloration only visible on an all white screen. I complained to them and they gave me a $30.00 refund. I don't even notice it now so it was a win. I was so impressed I bought two more. Those were pixel perfect except one would only overclock to 90Hz and the other 75Hz. The first one with the smudge did 120Hz no problem. I run them all at 75Hz and I'm happy. Would do it again, but I think with any vendor It's a crap shoot.
post #23469 of 25891
Recently upgraded my graphics card and my overclock for my qnix has suffered.
I used to get an easy 120hz+ with my 660ti. I upagrded to a 970 and now I cant go any higher than 110hz without artifacts.
Is the overclock dependant on graphics card? Using the same cable and save everything else, the only difference in the video card. A bit disappointing to be honest.
post #23470 of 25891
Quote:
Originally Posted by lifesosian View Post

Hi, is it risky to jump onto this monitor? Theres a sale for this QX2710 LED Evolution ll Matte Panel for 230usd the SE version is 220.
I mainly play CSGO and was planning to buy a benq 144hz until i found this monitor.

How will the overclocking perform on lower resolutions? I play CSGO on 1024x768, so how will the overclocking perform and work on the lower resolutions up to 1920x1080. Im willing to run default 60hz on the 1440p resolution but i would want 120hz when playing CSGO. Is there any user playing CSGO with this monitor? How does it perform compared to a normal TN panel with 75hz refresh rate?

Also i understand that the monitor controls only allow brightness and volume adjustment, if I want to change my monitor to 4:3 aspect ratio with black bars for CSGO how do i have to go about doing it?

Is the stand of the monitor a big problem that I have to buy another monitor stand to replace it?

Rebump my own post sorry. really hope someone could answer me cos im really interested in this monitor.
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