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Originally Posted by Jabova View Post

I'm not technically savvy enough to understand the bandwidth limit of DVI, but, why would it not work with the 10 series if it worked with older cards using the same DVI cables?

That's just NVIDIA's way of shifting the blame from their cards to DVI. They put artificial limits in their driver based on the stated limits of DVI, but those limits are far too conservative and well below what DVI can actually handle.
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Looks like it won't be in the next driver update.
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Can't ya'll just patch the pixel clock limit?

Low DVI pixel clock limits have always been a problem with Radeons, even after several people contacted AMD about it. But I just get around it with Toasty's patch.
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post #25154 of 25942
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Originally Posted by brucethemoose View Post

Can't ya'll just patch the pixel clock limit?

Low DVI pixel clock limits have always been a problem with Radeons, even after several people contacted AMD about it. But I just get around it with Toasty's patch.

If only it were that simple
post #25155 of 25942
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Originally Posted by DarkFord View Post

Hi,

I just received the QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution ll [Matte Panel], single input-dual dvi port.
I tried overclock to 96hz but found part of the screen on the left have weird artifact,
need to check with the experts in the forum, does that mean this panel that I got is unable to overclock to 96hz without this issue? Screen look good at 75hz.
I followed the guide in this thread, tried CRU and NVCP method.
Pairing this monitor with GTX980 Ti


j3yBHQM.jpg

Hey, I would take the panel apart, disconnect the lvds cables, shield them if necessary, and reconnect them. I had a similar problem and that fixed it.
post #25156 of 25942
Hi guys,

I have 2 QNIX monitors, and have just upgraded my graphics card to a 1070. Unfortunately this only has one DVI-D slot. I don't game on the 2nd monitor do I don't mind if it only runs at 60hz, which adapter should I get? Or will any work tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by landon2525 View Post

Hey, I would take the panel apart, disconnect the lvds cables, shield them if necessary, and reconnect them. I had a similar problem and that fixed it.

Any guide on how to shield the cable? I am not so sure how to do it.
post #25158 of 25942
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Originally Posted by DarkFord View Post

Any guide on how to shield the cable? I am not so sure how to do it.


It should have some shielding on it (at least mine did). I just used some 3m friction tape and re-wrapped the lvds cable with that. The shielding that was on it already had an open seam. I just closed that up.

Amazon link for the 3m friction tape.


If your LVDS doesn't have any shielding 3M has some scotch 24 shielding tape you can use.

Amazon link for the 3M Scotch 24 Tape
post #25159 of 25942
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Originally Posted by DarkFord View Post

Any guide on how to shield the cable? I am not so sure how to do it.


First you should get a larger gage DVI-D cable than the one that came with the monitor. That is the first thing to do.


The stock cable cannot support the higher pixel clocks.

I think I have this 24 gage cable.
post #25160 of 25942
Hi,

i had this monitor before one year and a half
and always clocked on 75hz at least

before 1 month or 1 month and a half
i returned from work
and the monitro QNIX32 is not working ..

took it to someone who know about TVs and Monitor and said it needs new PCB ..

where can i find spare parts for this monitor ?

thank you in advance
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