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No they don't.. At least not yet.. They are all glossy with a Anti glare coating with gives the reflections a purplish tint.. The 30in ones might come in a matte but the 27in ones don't..

My next challenge, tri-screen 2560x1600 30''! Haha jk, I've already spent enough money on my setup lol.
post #2802 of 25862
Thinking about ordering one of these and shelling out the extra $$$ for a Pixel Perfect version, I know it's not needed but it makes me feel better haha! I've been watching reviews on this monitor and skimming through this thread and these monitors seem like a solid bet! I REALLY like the fact that you can OC these beasts to 120hz!
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So you left the stand piece attached? Do you have 3 qnix monitors and what triple stand do you have. Do you have pictures?

haha, I'm weird, I love seeing peoples setups tongue.gif

I have a 1 Qnix in the middle and two Asus 1080p IPS monitors on the outsides. My stand is a custom aluminum stand i had made by a metal shop with multi-directional VESA connectors from monoprice coming off the stand to hold the monitors and give them all the angels i want. I have the Qnix running 120hz and the Asus monitors running 72hz overclocked(no frame skipping). I also have the Asus monitors downsampling to 1180x2020 resolution to just about match the PPI look of the Qnix(used the sharpness OSD setting to make up for the slight blur downsampling creates) This way when i move objects from screen to screen they don't change size(bugged the heck out of me).

I am not going to provide picture right now my office is a MESS with my triple laptop panel project going among actual work lol.

On another note i can tell everyone it is pointless to downsample the Qnix in my opinion. I did get it to 5720x2880@48hz but it gets WAY to blurry and the UI gets pretty small(might be able to compensate with GUI appearance settings). I overall saw a good difference in games but the performance hit was pretty bad and i could not stand 48hz after seeing 120hz.
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Man I can't wait to get mine. I paid last night so hopefully before Thursday since everyone says hulustar are pretty fast shippers. Man I can't decid if I want to order two more. I've always wanted to run surround but Idk if its worth the cost lol
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Man I can't wait to get mine. I paid last night so hopefully before Thursday since everyone says hulustar are pretty fast shippers. Man I can't decid if I want to order two more. I've always wanted to run surround but Idk if its worth the cost lol

Eyefinity muahaha



I don't normally run it like that though. This is my normal setup

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Eyefinity muahaha



I don't normally run it like that though. This is my normal setup


The second picture is just about what i am doing but with Asus on the outside.
post #2807 of 25862
so mine arrived to customs, had to drive for an hour to pick it up myself, otherwise would have waited till next week. Everything looks ok - default BLB at center bottom (will unscrew that unneeded screw some time next week), 0 dead pixels, thought there is small inside scratch, which gives out white color in black background, thought as it is smaller than pixel wide, I dont really care. OC of 120hz works, but gives some red scan lines from time to time, so dropped back to 115hz and sitting stable. Using Catleap's dual dvi cable, as it gives less scan lines being double as long.

Oh and btw Lithuanian customs billed me 100 US $ lol even thought I managed to get the value of monitor decreased to 150$ it still looks like way too much for me, even for 300$ real value, dont you think?.
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Originally Posted by Lazdaa View Post

Did you get the Clicktronic cable btw? If so, did you reach 120hz and does it even work at 1440p?

I'm hella confused about all these cables... Especially because they vary so much in price. And no monoprice nearby.
Well it's stated in the patcher guide i think. That you must have two bridges for it to work optimal. Not sure if that also counts for Nvidia tho.

where does it mention that specifically?

I don't want to waste money on a SLI bridge only to find Toasty never said it. I did look on the patcher thread and couldn't see it.
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haha yeah the stock stand is bad. I just wish the stock stand connected to the vesa mount so you didn't have to open up the monitor to replace it.

I agree though it really wasn't too bad. Also gives you the opp to inspect your frame and fix any play or off-centerness. Plus I really do think putting some tape on the frame has helped the corner bleed (even tho the cause seems to be too-tight frame against panel there).

Also, haven't you already removed yours for your triple mount??
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where does it mention that specifically?

I don't want to waste money on a SLI bridge only to find Toasty never said it. I did look on the patcher thread and couldn't see it.

There has been more than one crossfire user who has def needed another bridge. Just get it; it's like $5.
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where does it mention that specifically?

I don't want to waste money on a SLI bridge only to find Toasty never said it. I did look on the patcher thread and couldn't see it.
It does not state that anywhere for sli only for crossfire..
 
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