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Originally Posted by Andr3az View Post

About to order QNIX qx2710 ( http://www.ebay.com/itm/130933173797 ). Is the single input version still the best option to go with if I wanna overclock?

Any european orderers, how long did it take for the monitor to get to you?

Your link (single-input) is still the way to go and the price is unbeatable!... But the QNIX isn't what it use to be, you may find my post HERE of interest wink.gif
 
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Ok, I was thinking about getting the Fury X (7990 died), there is only one problem, no DVI-D output.

How can I get 1440p @ 120hz with that card?/ It looks like none of the adapters support that high of a throughput.

Does anyone know of hardware that can convert the display port or HDMI signal to DVI-D and still keep the monitor overclockable at 1440p? Seems like I ran into an issue here if I want to get the Fury X.
post #24703 of 25893
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Ok, I was thinking about getting the Fury X (7990 died), there is only one problem, no DVI-D output.

How can I get 1440p @ 120hz with that card?/ It looks like none of the adapters support that high of a throughput.

Does anyone know of hardware that can convert the display port or HDMI signal to DVI-D and still keep the monitor overclockable at 1440p? Seems like I ran into an issue here if I want to get the Fury X.
You can get a lot of the active adapters to work at 60Hz, but as far as overclocking I don't think its possible to go above 60Hz. I just had to take a 980 Ti over a Fury X because I want to keep my Korean Panel smile.gif
post #24704 of 25893
I got mine in 2 days, ordered from one of newegg.com venders. And I did get the the single port, but I am still waiting on my adapters. Should come today.
post #24705 of 25893
I'm still struggling to try and get a replacement PCB. Bought monitor from green-sum originally, who says that he doesn't have any parts, and suggested I e-mail QNIX - I did that, but got no response. So I tried asking accessorieswhole who I have bought multiple monitors from just not this one, and I'm hoping can help..

Has anyone else had better luck getting replacement PCBs or do people just buy a whole new monitor when it dies?

I'm not in the US, so never had any option of SquareTrade or the like.
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You can get a lot of the active adapters to work at 60Hz, but as far as overclocking I don't think its possible to go above 60Hz. I just had to take a 980 Ti over a Fury X because I want to keep my Korean Panel smile.gif

Son of a....

ARGH!!!!!!!!
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post #24707 of 25893
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Originally Posted by mercnz View Post

I'm still struggling to try and get a replacement PCB. Bought monitor from green-sum originally, who says that he doesn't have any parts, and suggested I e-mail QNIX - I did that, but got no response. So I tried asking accessorieswhole who I have bought multiple monitors from just not this one, and I'm hoping can help..

Has anyone else had better luck getting replacement PCBs or do people just buy a whole new monitor when it dies?

I'm not in the US, so never had any option of SquareTrade or the like.

I've read a few posts from people who got replacement PCB's and don't recall any who had luck with it. I may have missed some success stories though.
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post #24708 of 25893
HELP! My 7870 just died, and I switched to a gtx970, and now my monitor just cycles between colors on the screen when it is on.

I have an i5 4670k, gtx970, asrock z87 mobo, antec hcg-520m psu
post #24709 of 25893
Well... if you just plugged in a GTX 970 instead of uninstalling your old AMD drivers that could be a problem. Boot into safe mode with the GTX and run guru3d's driver unintsaller utility.

If you already did that, power cycle the monitor a few times by unplugging the actual powersupply to the monitor from the outlet you have it plugged in to. If that doesn't work, let the monitor sit for 30 mins while the PSU cools off.
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I've reinstalled windows, updated drivers, tried installing monitor drivers, tried different ports, adapters, and nothing has worked so far.
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