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Hey guys! First time poster on the basis of having QNIX issues. Got 2710 , overclocked to 120hz no problemo....after a while my monitor wouldnt turn on all the time when booting my pc. All I had to do was shut it down a couple of times and it would finally catch and boot up with thee pc. Now im getting issues where there is flashing spots on the monitor that flash like old frames. For instance the straw that broke the camel's back just now was in the upper right hand corner of my monitor, and it looked like a part of the google chromse browser stuck there with flashing over it. I turned off the monitor, unplugged it for a couple of minutes and turned it back on, which fixed MOST of the issue.... very small parts of it still flash right now and its fading quickly.....I'm on the edge of returning this thing to get a new one...anyone have any ideas? Also, the box part thats attached to the wire where it plugs into the outlet. The box itself is SUPER HOT, like wow never felt one of these so hot before.....Normal? I love my qnix monitor, someone please help!

qnix 2710 1440
980Ti
windows 10 pro n
samsung ssd 500gb
corsair 750w
intel i7 4790
asus z97i plus mobo
1 tb HDD

EDIT:Now sometimes when it boots up, it holds the high pitched wine (like when it boots up the monitor), even after its booted up...it holds the constant high pitched noise until I switch the modes over to game mode and then back to normal mode turns off the noise.
Edited by xmattblackx - 2/12/16 at 1:52am
post #24722 of 25891
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Originally Posted by xmattblackx View Post

Hey guys! First time poster on the basis of having QNIX issues. Got 2710 , overclocked to 120hz no problemo....after a while my monitor wouldnt turn on all the time when booting my pc. All I had to do was shut it down a couple of times and it would finally catch and boot up with thee pc. Now im getting issues where there is flashing spots on the monitor that flash like old frames. For instance the straw that broke the camel's back just now was in the upper right hand corner of my monitor, and it looked like a part of the google chromse browser stuck there with flashing over it. I turned off the monitor, unplugged it for a couple of minutes and turned it back on, which fixed MOST of the issue.... very small parts of it still flash right now and its fading quickly.....I'm on the edge of returning this thing to get a new one...anyone have any ideas? Also, the box part thats attached to the wire where it plugs into the outlet. The box itself is SUPER HOT, like wow never felt one of these so hot before.....Normal? I love my qnix monitor, someone please help!

qnix 2710 1440
980Ti
windows 10 pro n
samsung ssd 500gb
corsair 750w
intel i7 4790
asus z97i plus mobo
1 tb HDD

EDIT:Now sometimes when it boots up, it holds the high pitched wine (like when it boots up the monitor), even after its booted up...it holds the constant high pitched noise until I switch the modes over to game mode and then back to normal mode turns off the noise.
I wonder if your issue is due to over clocking the monitor. Mine shows out for delivery.. I cannot imagine they make much money off these when they ship what seems like next day from Korea to US..
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these things work great while overclocked, I think thats what makes this product so popular.
post #24724 of 25891
Hello guys, please help me.

I got a qnix 2710 @ 110hz since 2-3 years ago with no problems, today my second qnix 2710 arrived ( evolution II multiport).
My video card is Gtx 970, i don't want to overclock the second monitor ( i'll use it for work only).
OS win 8.1 64bit
I also have my 50" Tv hooked up to the GPU via HDMI, the qnix monitors are hooked up via dual-dvi cables.

Now the problem.

When i move a window from my 1st qnix monitor to the new one ... the window gets resized to 1080p ... If i move the window 75% on fisrt display and 25% on the second one it stays the same size .. once i move the window more than 50% on the second screen the image gets resized @ 1080p.. and text gets blurry. If i move a movie (VLC) between the monitors i don't have the resize problem.. si i guess it'a a windows problem .
Did anyone got this problem before?, how can i fix it?

Thanks


I fix it, here is the solution .. desktop -> right click -> screen resolution -> choose the monitor -> press make text and other items lager or smaller -> and check Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays.
Edited by smok333 - 2/12/16 at 6:29am
post #24725 of 25891
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hey guys,
does anyone have experience with the "accessorieswhole" shop on ebay with shipping to germany? i ordered a qnix from them on sunday with express delivery. but they still have not updated the ebay status to shipped?! is that common. i have an expected delivery of thursday (tomorrow) to tuesday. but i think a delivery this week is actually already out of questions since they didnt even start shipping it yet.

i know i am impatient :-) but it bugs me that i dont even have a trackign number or anything like that. rolleyes.gif

maybe anybody has experience with that and knows if its common that they dont update the ebay status or something like that.
thx in advance
greetings from germany
mtojay


i now have a shipping notice. turns out there was the asian new year holidays. i just ordered at the worst possible time. they have this national holiday for about a week. but everybody deserves his holiday so i cant be mad at them :-)

its supposed to come next week now so thats not to bad anyway. after all its coming from korea.

greetings
julius
post #24726 of 25891
Good afternoon,

First time poster, but I've read quite a bit of material. I noticed that a while back, some people posted that the matte version of the QX2710 was still using the older panel. Is this still true? And does this mean that the matter version will not suffer from the PWM issues that I have read about?

I have also read that the CrossOver 2795QHD does not have PWM issues and can also overclock to at least 96hz, but this is $300 instead of the $220 or so that the QX2710 is currently priced at. Any thoughts on this decision or other possibly better options that I have not yet encountered?

Thanks,

Carl
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Originally Posted by HappyHimitsu View Post

Just a warning to those of you thinking to overclock these monitors.

The n-mosfet referenced in doco's post above is not rated for what goes through these things when overclocking and the chances of it going are very high.

The same thing happened to mine some months back (I purchased late 2014 iirc) and I have spent the last couple of weeks scouring the web for as much info on them as I can get.

Unfortunately, when I tried to replace the FET I wound up frying the replacement. Thankfully I have a spare to try with (both rated slightly higher than the original), but I will need to do a little maintenance on the PCB as well in order to make sure the drain tab dissipates heat properly.

Once I get it working again, I don't plan on overclocking it anywhere past 75hz!

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that's some good info.

as for my problem, i have a replacement pcb from IPSLEDmonitors coming and a 18N20GH from ebay shipping on 2/17. IPSLEDmonitor hasn't shipped out the pcb yet though and it's been 2 business days. their phone number also redirects to some security line. they haven't responded to my e-mail either. i already opened a paypal dispute and sent a message today through paypal on what is going on. either they're slow or its operation is inactive.
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Originally Posted by CrazyCarl5055 View Post

Good afternoon,

First time poster, but I've read quite a bit of material. I noticed that a while back, some people posted that the matte version of the QX2710 was still using the older panel. Is this still true? And does this mean that the matter version will not suffer from the PWM issues that I have read about?

I have also read that the CrossOver 2795QHD does not have PWM issues and can also overclock to at least 96hz, but this is $300 instead of the $220 or so that the QX2710 is currently priced at. Any thoughts on this decision or other possibly better options that I have not yet encountered?

Thanks,

Carl
you're taking a huge chance on getting an 07 panel and PWM regardless of glossy or matte. if you don't mind matte, go for the crossover 2795.
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post #24728 of 25891
My qx2710 is driving me crazy i only had it for 2 months and theres a dark area near the bottom right i have to smack the monitor a few times for the led to flicker on ...Im so mad I knew at the price i paid this monitor must be junk ...
post #24729 of 25891
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My qx2710 is driving me crazy i only had it for 2 months and theres a dark area near the bottom right i have to smack the monitor a few times for the led to flicker on ...Im so mad I knew at the price i paid this monitor must be junk ...

Sounds like a loose connection. Open it up and check if all wires are connected correctly.

Looks like this monitor is meant for tinkerers with all the problems that require you to open the monitor and hack it lol. But so far im pretty happy with mine and thinking about getting 4k monitor from korea. If only they had 4k IPS/PLS monitor that OC-s to 120-144hz tongue.gif:p
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post #24730 of 25891
I have had m y qx2710 for about 3 years now and i have previously had it overclocked to 100hz.
but since i updated to windows 10 and the newest version of amd catalyst 16.1.1 i cant get the overclock to work.
I have use cru and entered a few different overclocks and i have also patched it with toastys down load.

the refresh rates are showing up in my windows settings and i can select them. but when it comes to tesing them on testufo it comes up as 60hz

im stuck with what else i can do ~frown.gif
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