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Originally Posted by Zen00 View Post

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA90V3FH4078

Thoughts? Feelings? I'd like to pull the trigger.

Ordered that exact one, got here today (3 days early). Looks great to me, coming from a 7 year old 19x12 Samsung TN panel. No dead pixels, OC'd to 100hz easily after installing the driver and creating a custom resolution (Nvidia). 120 gave me green lines but 100 works for me, still way better than 60hz. I'll say coming from 60hz, I didn't know what to expect but everyone is right -- its totally worth it. Everything is so... smooth. Love it.

I downloaded Color Sustainer and tried a few profiles but they looked like crap to me. The best profile for me was the default 'LINEAR' profile on the program. Is that even a change to the default of the monitor? I'll be embarrassed if it isn't but it definitely looks good to me. Eye strain is gone and the colors 'pop' like I've seen on other IPS screens compared to TN.
Edited by swunder - 11/6/15 at 8:56am
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Just got mine today, that exact one. Looks good to me, just set it to 96HZ.
Ordered that exact one, got here today (3 days early). Looks great to me, coming from a 7 year old 19x12 Samsung TN panel. No dead pixels, OC'd to 100hz easily after installing the driver and creating a custom resolution (Nvidia). 120 gave me green lines but 100 works for me, still way better than 60hz. I'll say coming from 60hz, I didn't know what to expect but everyone is right -- its totally worth it. Everything is so... smooth. Love it.

I downloaded Color Sustainer and tried a few profiles but they looked like crap to me. The best profile for me was the default 'LINEAR' profile on the program. Is that even a change to the default of the monitor? I'll be embarrassed if it isn't but it definitely looks good to me. Eye strain is gone and the colors 'pop' like I've seen on other IPS screens compared to TN.


I ended up buying one too, it should arrive today! Also all my computer components arrived today as well, so this weekend I'm building a new computer and streaming it on the new Creative Twitch channel. I'm still wondering are they still doing the loaning out of a monitor calibrator program?
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Can't buy that, I'm out of money and live in germany...

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Originally Posted by DiceAir View Post

Why do i see so many yellow marks in your device manager. Did you make sure you install all motherboard drivers ETC. And you don't need the patcher as you have 980.

I have a 980ti and never installed the patcher. I recently upgraded from r9 280x so this is what I did.

1. I made sure my motherboard drivers was installed
2. Used DDU to remove old AMD drivers
3. Installed Nvidia Drivers.
4. Installed qnix drivers
5. Go into Nvidia control panel and add cutom resolution for 96Hz and it worked.

Also make sure your windows is up to date. Can you also maybe link the seller you bought it from?

I do have my motherboard chipset drivers installed correctly.

However, my windows is not up to date... is this a known problem? some w10 versions are not able to overclock monitors or what?
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Originally Posted by Zen00 View Post

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA90V3FH4078

Thoughts? Feelings? I'd like to pull the trigger.

Sorry I see you ordered already ... But if you don't suffer from PWM (I do redface.gif) then IMHO your getting the "steal" of the century, AND it's a "Glossy"! This panel will run circles around any TN panel out there including the ROG Swift PG278Q, yea it has GSync but the pixel inversion and the awful AG coating, not to mention TN ruined it for me. I went through 3 of them and finally realized I was fooling myself that GSync was worth a $4-$500 premium with the crappy Swift TN/AG coated panel redface.gif ... I have also been following the XB270HU and PG279Q since the beginning and their QC is so bad, I'm not even going to bother, AUOptronics panel quality is an utter FAIL IMO for the so-called premium gaming monitors ... especially for $800-$1000 bucks mad.gif

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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

does the QX2710 LED Evolution II use PWM dimming?

I'll keep it short, but all the newer panels seem to have PWM at normal brightness. One guy said his did not but he never proved it with screenshots. Even back in the day, 2+yrs ago it was a lottery if your panel had PWM or not? We never figured out how to tell which ones would or wouldn't without testing them in person. I suffer from PWM effects and can also see the very slight "blurring" it causes in fast action FPS, BUT IMHO too many people make to big of a deal about it! If you want an inexpensive overclockable Korean Without PWM then your only safe choice is the Crossover 2795, but it doesn't come in Glossy mad.gif ... thread HERE ....

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So I'm not positive but I'm pretty sure that they do. I don't see what the big deal is though. Mine has it (I think) and I've never gotten one headache or seen any flickering at all.
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Yea..I mean clearly it doesn't bother either of us so that's good! I think PWM only bothers some people. Not sure why. People have said not to buy this monitor anymore because of PWM but I honestly still think it's a good buy if you can get it for under $300. Not sure what all the fuss is about. What do you have yours OC'd to? Mine gets artifacts over 96hz. I am using the STOCK DVI cable though. I'm wondering if I can get a better overclock with a better DVI cable but I doubt it...

+R ... you are right thumb.gif ... AND even most people that suffer PWM effects Can't see the actual "flickering" either, but for us unlucky few, we can feel the effects within 10-20mins or sooner redface.gif

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I notice it on mine on camera at 5 clicks or lower brightness.Is yours OCed right now?I wonder that has anything to do with it..OCing mine to test

+R yep thumb.gif ... simple camera view test is quite accurate, but some people won't see it if their brightness is set to eye-burning 100% redface.gif ... Overclocking the monitor has nothing to do with PWM wink.gif



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Originally Posted by Luxer View Post

Just got mine today. 120hz out of the box no problem, zero dead pixels, and minimal backlight bleed.

I even tried 144hz and had zero artifacts but I keep it at 110hz to keep the pixel clock at 143hz. Really happy with it.

This is the one I purchased: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4JH1GM6846

The only problem I had was jamming the AC into the US converter, it requires a lot of force.

Nice! thumb.gif .... BUT 144Hz? Wow! There are a few of us that can push 130Hz but I'd like to see the frame drop/NVCP screenies for 144Hz rolleyes.gif

Also just ditch the converter/and Korean plug and use a std 3-prong power cable ... see screenie wink.gif


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The AC adapter runs crazy hot, I almost burned my finger. Are any other 12v monitor adapters confirmed to work with it?

That is a classic sign of future problems ... guys had no complaints with these replacements ...


http://www.ebay.com/itm/12V-AC-Adapter-For-CWT-PAA060F-Channel-Well-Technology-Power-Supply-Cord-Charger-/110884979882?pt=US_Monitor_Power_Supplies&hash=item19d14284aa

http://www.ebay.com/itm/12V-5A-60W-100-240-V-DC-Power-Supply-Adapter-For-LED-Strip-5050-3528-RGB-Gift-/221224244276?pt=US_Lighting_Parts_and_Accessories&hash=item3381fe1434

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Originally Posted by DiceAir View Post

Why do i see so many yellow marks in your device manager. Did you make sure you install all motherboard drivers ETC. And you don't need the patcher as you have 980.

I have a 980ti and never installed the patcher. I recently upgraded from r9 280x so this is what I did.

1. I made sure my motherboard drivers was installed
2. Used DDU to remove old AMD drivers
3. Installed Nvidia Drivers.
4. Installed qnix drivers
5. Go into Nvidia control panel and add cutom resolution for 96Hz and it worked.

Also make sure your windows is up to date. Can you also maybe link the seller you bought it from?

THIS^^^^ +R wink.gif

@Singir ... try only one monitor (QNIX) while testing ... if your running W10 try rolling back to Win7/8.1 or a fresh "Updated" clean install of Win10.
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Originally Posted by Zen00 View Post

The single input stripped down no OSD style Qnix/X-Star monitors will have excellent response times, as well as overclockability to further reduce input-lag. However do not buy the ones labled "Multi", as they have different boards that can not be overclocked and have significant lag.

+R ... concise/accurate explanation thumb.gif

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This review should give you an idea of how the panel performs as far as colors and such go, since they use essentially the same panel with the different control boards. So take the lag/response times with a grain of salt. Anyways it performs fairly well, although pretty bad contrast ratio, but that' from being a A- grade panel.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/qnix_qx2710.htm

WUT? The True10 multi's use a completely different panel (AH-VA), that TfT review does nothing for the single-input PLS panels. A big gripe I've had with the usually stellar TFT reviews is they NEVER did a proper review of the QNIX/X-Star single-input PLS or the Cat2B. If they did it would show then to be extremely low input-lag (as you say) like the XB270HU. More info HERE ...
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Originally Posted by Pronounta View Post

One question. Are there still good overclockable Korea-monitors? If yes, which one is the best?

As a (more or less) competitive CSGO and Osu! (rhythm game)-player, how would the Korea-monitors compare to the BenQ XL2411Z? I have the feeling that the Korea-monitors have a pretty bad input-lag...
Currently looking at X-Star and Qnix.

Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by Pronounta View Post

Gotta ask one more thing.
Should I buy the BenQ 144hz thing or the Korea monitor for competitive gaming? Having that great panel sounds so nice, but what if I can't get above 96hz?
Damn ,this is hard biggrin.gif

There is another idea I have in mind: Buying a 21:9 monitor for ~300€.
Okay, not a good idea I guess biggrin.gif. But could anybody say something to that idea? How I already said a billion times, it is for competitive gaming :ugly:

1) best deal ... but PWM? QNIX Single-input PLS (NO multi-input models)
2) No PWM, but rarely gets over 96-110Hz (No Glossy) Crossover 2795 ... see link/info above wink.gif

For strictly "serious" competitive FPS go with the BenQ ... but if you do anything else (RPG immersion/video-photo work?) your going to miss IPS bigtime! Not to mention sub-std 1080p .. Yikes redface.gif
I really couldn't even stand the 1440p/TN ROG Swift after 1440p/IPS Glossy ... but if you've never experienced it do your self a favor and don't, you'll forever hate TN much less 1080p/TN, even in competitive gaming, it's also why so many, were so disappointed with the XB270HU/PG279Q it looked to be the best of all worlds but the screen quality failed ... catch up on THIS thread if you want redface.gif

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Originally Posted by Zen00 View Post

Most monitors won't experience frame dropping until you go over 96 Hz, if at all if you're lucky. REMEMBER the key word, "lucky", it is a lottery after all with these monitors.

I've yet to see the QNIX QX2710 "Single-input" / PLS models ever drop frames when overclocking. They typically just show green-line artifacting when they reach their limits wink.gif

EDIT: Wow that was "Loooong" hope you find it helpful! wink.gif
And Thanks to NCX for the update +R biggrin.gif
Edited by TomcatV - 11/6/15 at 3:29pm
 
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WUT? The True10 multi's use a completely different panel (AH-VA), that TfT review does nothing for the single-input PLS panels. A big gripe I've had with the usually stellar TFT reviews is they NEVER did a proper review of the QNIX/X-Star single-input PLS or the Cat2B. If they did it would show then to be extremely low input-lag (as you say) like the XB270HU. More info HERE ...


My bad, thought I read that it was a PLS screen in the review.
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Okay, just got mine, where are the drivers for this thing?
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Just picked up myself a QNIX QX2710 for $200. About the 120hz how is that possible via DL DVI-D? Aren't those cables only 9.9Gbits?

Can i get away with 15 feet? And should i go with 28AWG monoprice or will something a little cheaper work fine? http://www.amazon.com/Cable-Matters%C2%AE-Plated-DVI-D-Ferrites/dp/B00BMRSDIQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=aht&ie=UTF8&qid=1446868727&sr=1-1&keywords=dvi&refinements=p_n_feature_keywords_four_browse-bin%3A7800972011 such as that?
    
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Okay, finished setting up and checking the overclocking. So as it turns out my monitor will do up to 96 Hz, however once go beyond to 108 Hz colors begin to corrupt, and at 120 Hz I green bar. Oh well. frown.gif

Anyways, nice IPS monitor with low lag, tested with that UFO thing and a high speed camera and got a nice smooth smear just like the "good" image. Guess the only real thing I have to be annoyed at here is this crap stand. :/

Seriously why is this monitor leaning away from me, and it's not centered either, guess I'll have to buy a stand, any independent desk stands with two arms for a good price?
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Hi guys, just discovered this thread. Unfortunately, I have a QX2710 single-input with some problems.

To make a long story short, my friend bought it a while ago, overclocked it, and at some point it no longer turned on for him. I think he might have used the non-Nvidia control panel way to overclock. He assumed it was dead and gave it to me. He did realize after that he never actually tried to run it non-overclocked, so I tried to get it to work, and it turned on, but it looks pretty bad. Using the nvidia control panel, it seemed like it was already at default resolution and refresh rate. Overclocking doesn't really fix anything.

It looks like this.

http://i.imgur.com/UQ4O1Ca.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/Sr4bSWZ.jpg

It's just a bunch of colors and scanning horizontal lines, and the patterns and color will change every couple of seconds. The patterns and colors will change if I turn it off and then on again too.

Is this the PCB that's messed up? I've actually taken it apart and I don't see anything that looks too bad on the PCB, but then again I don't really have a trained eye.
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