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I must say I'm pretty happy with this monitor...its not perfect but it will do, its just as good if not better than the $849 Catleap 2B that I returned, or the Overlord I had on pre order.

I have done my OCing through NVCP which seems to be working for now......The color does darken when OCed, but setting the brightness to +50% and contrast to +65% and adjusting the gamma seems to balance it out.

I got those settings for Hypermatrix over at 120Hz.net btw. I just wish I had bought it when the price was lower, I paid $379......Oh well, its still a deal I guess. I'm wondering when the Koreas are going to catch on to this and start jacking up the prices.
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This is how I normally run them despite my earlier picture



I do however love thme in 3x1 for shooters. It was amazing Bioshock. I was getting 50 fps with most of the settings maxed out. (versus 90-120 fps on one screen) However my video cards sounded like jet engines,and I don't want them running like that for extended periods of time. I'm an amd fanboy so trying to decide if I want to wait on 8k/9k series (whatever they call it) or upgrade to a 7970.
post #2383 of 25887
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This is how I normally run them despite my earlier picture



I do however love thme in 3x1 for shooters. It was amazing Bioshock. I was getting 50 fps with most of the settings maxed out. (versus 90-120 fps on one screen) However my video cards sounded like jet engines,and I don't want them running like that for extended periods of time. I'm an amd fanboy so trying to decide if I want to wait on 8k/9k series (whatever they call it) or upgrade to a 7970.

What kind of monitor stands are you using? I'd like to get some stand to let me flip them to the vertical position like you have there.
I'm jealous of your monitors T_T I have a 28" 1920x1200 and 24" 1680x1050 my new monitor will be next to. It would be great to have 3 the same size.

The 7970 should be awesome. I've got the 7950 and I really love it, so the 7970 should be really nice.
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Just ordered the QNIX QX2710 from hulustar. biggrin.gif I'll post some pics after it gets here.

link?
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thanks but no thanks

20% custom tax + fear of dead pixel.....
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What GPU are you using?

SLI GTX670

I've kept one profile in CRU and fingers crossed that will work. I did move my 110Hz profile to the top too previously, weird.
post #2389 of 25887
Just one triple monitor stand

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006JG9RQ2/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. Cheapest I could find that would hold monitors of this size, (compared to 200-300+ for other solutions) they will fit in 1x3 mode as well, just barely.

It's freestanding, but it does have a whole in the bottom to drill through the desk or whatever if you want extra anchorage.
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Originally Posted by Wolf404 View Post

What kind of monitor stands are you using? I'd like to get some stand to let me flip them to the vertical position like you have there.
I'm jealous of your monitors T_T I have a 28" 1920x1200 and 24" 1680x1050 my new monitor will be next to. It would be great to have 3 the same size.

The 7970 should be awesome. I've got the 7950 and I really love it, so the 7970 should be really nice.

Yeah I know what you mean. I ordered my first qnix after reading up on forums here (and I wanted a better display to go with the computer I just built.) I had older monitors I had previously been using (dual) an aoc e2343fk and a dell e2311hf. I was using this with the qnix, but I couldnt stand the quality of them anymore after getting the qnix, so I replaced them with two others. smile.gif
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