Originally Posted by riverplatejr
Okay thanks, Zee.
On another note, I just purchased a GTX 1070 and it's my understanding that there is a driver issue with the card that causes the QNIX monitor to **** up on computer restart once it gets above a certain clock rate (330MHz). Would it still be worth looking into getting a monitor like this? Does the function of the monitor still work okay if you clock it up after startup? I planned on getting a 1080p 144Hz monitor along with the QNIX.
The monitor can hit 80 Hz, 81 Hz fine and restart perfectly at stock timings with Pascal, but you will have trouble loading into Windows at any refresh rate past that, as 82 Hz or higher will surpass a 330 MHz pixel clock. Once you are loaded into windows, your overclock is limited by your panel rather than by Pascal, but if you forget to lower your pixel clock below 330 MHz and restart or shut your computer down at above 81 Hz, you will get a flashing screen in place of the Windows welcome screen.