Originally Posted by vasyltheonly
There is a crazy good deal on a qnix monitor on Craigslist. My friend is getting a Rx 480 in the mail. How does display port to dvi work for overclocking these monitors? I have a xstar myself but I don't want to wait and miss the deal while waiting for the card to arrive.
I made a post a few pages back about testing the QNIX with a Fury X (only display port and HDMI) from what I found out. HDMI to DVI is hard to find and doesnt seem to be able to go above 1920x1080. whereas DP to DVI can.
BUT, what I learnt was you sacrifice the overclockability of the QNIX for being able to use a DP to DVI Adapter. so you can try to OC, but I tried two adapters and 1 failed to output video at stock, the other worked but would not allow OC above 60hz.
Originally Posted by DiceAir
Does anyone know of a way to get this monitor to work via intel hd 530 onboard without using Displayport? My onboard can do 4k at 24hz via HDMI. i tried using a HDMI to dvi adapter and then using my dual link cable to the monitor but can't get it to work
refer to the above.
but if no one can chime in, I take its because when we bought the monitor we all read the listing description where it states the monitor does not work with onboard iGPUs. I dont think it has anything to do with if the iGPU can do 4k or 10k. because the Monitor doesnt have any internal OSD everything is handled by the DVI port GPU. I dont believe iGPUs are capable of it, I'm not that tech savvy to understand why. but all I know is. my i7-4790K cant work with this monitor even with a straight DVI to DVI connection (mobo has DVI out)Now onto why I'm here
GTX 980ti, no idea if its a new update or bad cable, but my solid 96hz suddenly started failing, oddly, I'm down to 92hz and it works fine.
Has anyone's OC suddenly stopped working since recent NV driver updates? I'm on 368.81
would like to ask before I buy a new DVI cable, I'm using a "aftermarket" High Grade DVI-D cable.