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Interesting stand... nice price. Is it pretty stable? have you tried it with all 3 qnix's in landscape?
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Got my monoprice Dvi cable today.. It's as thick as a bike lock lol..
 
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I don't even know what you're asking. What "file" exactly?

As far as I understand, majnu has far too many custom resolutions when he wants to change them in a menu. So he wants to find the "file" where these are stored and trim them down to just the few custom resolutions which work and he wants.
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Oh I see. Yeah less likely to get help here for PX as only a few use it; I would ask that on the EVGA forum.
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So I am running a 1440P timescape video, am I suppose to be able to run SVP with it. It just says performance to low, try another profile.
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So I am running a 1440P timescape video, am I suppose to be able to run SVP with it. It just says performance to low, try another profile.

1440p is asking a little much with svp. I tried a random gameplay video I had at 1440p was too much for my machine.
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Interesting stand... nice price. Is it pretty stable? have you tried it with all 3 qnix's in landscape?

It will support 3 in landscape..just barely though



I didn't bother lining them and and adjusting to be perfect, as I only had them that way to take that picture. Also that was when I had it on a less than stable table.
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I'm curious would the Spyder4elite be able to calibrate the color on this if I overclock it to 120 and get darkening. I'm about to purchase it from amazon, what do you guys think?
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Yeah but as I've said before maybe $150 or whatever isn't a lot of cash to you but you really don't need your own calibrator unless you are doing some kind of color production work or are into high-end photography or something. If we could not use other's ICCs then that's different. Though it is always ideal to make your own...but, again, far from mandatory for most users.

Calibrating yourself is more about what is accurate color-wise and that may not always look best to you in every scenario.
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I'm curious would the Spyder4elite be able to calibrate the color on this if I overclock it to 120 and get darkening. I'm about to purchase it from amazon, what do you guys think?

It would, but I think you can just get the pro version and dl free software that'll give you all the features of the elite version - if you want to save some money. This software has a stepp learning curve though, whereas the Spyder's is very user-friendly.

As wrigley said it isn't a requirement and colours may look very cold and neutral at first, but if you have the money and it doesn't mean too much to you, then get it. If you are doing photography/video editing then it is a must buy, and you'll be recalibrating fairly frequently.
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