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post #3231 of 25891
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Ok and when he does you won't be any happier. BLB is a known potential issue and not "covered" in any way. Remove the two middle screws and it will help that bright ass spot on the left and break up the right a bit too most like.

No, OneGun, no one got "screwed". Not re. BLB.

It is covered. Moderate BLB is not but horrible BLB is covered. Matter of fact even eBay agrees.
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post #3232 of 25891
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Ok and when he does you won't be any happier. BLB is a known potential issue and not "covered" in any way. Remove the two middle screws and it will help that bright ass spot on the left and break up the right a bit too most like.

No, OneGun, no one got "screwed". Not re. BLB.
When Hulustar lies to you for two weeks telling you they will take care of it and DHL is on the way.. And they will fix the problem while the whole time they are just trying to stall so the eBay claim will run out.. I would call that trying to screw someone..
 
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Thats news to me. How would what is "too much" even be measured? You can't count it like dead pixels.

And I was talking about BLB re. any kind of screw job. Nothing I saw on Hulustar's listing said it would warrant a return. Only over 2 DPs (or a serious defect or DOA). If I am wrong then great.
Edited by wrigleyvillain - 6/17/13 at 7:02pm
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post #3234 of 25891
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Has anyone ever had a bad experience with green-sum?

Nope, great experience. I had to pay $60 for import, but that's not really their fault.
post #3235 of 25891
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Hey Wrigley, that's what I thought too; but my Catleap is running @ 2560x1440x60hz on the 2nd DVI socket of my 7950 with the Qnix @ 120hz on the 1st one - and I know that all AMD cards only have one DL-DVI socket...

So I'm not quite sure what's going on... like you stated, I thought the SL-DVI spec didn't support WQHD res at all but it seems to work. Can someone explain to this noob LOL? headscratch.gif

PS Both CRU & CCC state that both monitors are DL-DVI (well actually I've just noticed, after a driver update, that CCC now says Catleap is DL-DVI and the Qnix is DDC) so I'm even further confuzzled.... thinking.gif

So you have one running through a S-DVI? Can anyone else maybe weigh in on this? ._. I too have an AMD and would like to grab two of these monitors.
post #3236 of 25891
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Hey Wrigley, that's what I thought too; but my Catleap is running @ 2560x1440x60hz on the 2nd DVI socket of my 7950 with the Qnix @ 120hz on the 1st one - and I know that all AMD cards only have one DL-DVI socket...

So I'm not quite sure what's going on... like you stated, I thought the SL-DVI spec didn't support WQHD res at all but it seems to work. Can someone explain to this noob LOL? headscratch.gif

PS Both CRU & CCC state that both monitors are DL-DVI (well actually I've just noticed, after a driver update, that CCC now says Catleap is DL-DVI and the Qnix is DDC) so I'm even further confuzzled.... thinking.gif
Which 7950 do you have?

Not all AMD cards are single link DVI only, but as far as I remember the last ones that were double dual link DVI were the HD 5000 series...
post #3237 of 25891
the glossy qnix 2710 can do around 110/120hz?
post #3238 of 25891
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the glossy qnix 2710 can do around 110/120hz?
Yes as long as its the Dual link DVI only model..Not all can do that high but i am sure they can all do at least 96hz..
 
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post #3239 of 25891
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Another way is that you will need an *active* adapter to DL-DVI, i personally own a display port -> Dual Link DVI adapter - but its only rated up to 330mhz, so it wont do 120hz (maybe 96hz if im lucky) - you can get a 450mhz capable one, but theyre $130 or something.

Do you have a link to a 450mhz one? All I can find is the 330mhz one.
Edited by ForceD - 6/17/13 at 11:02pm
post #3240 of 25891
If your confident enough try the tape mod fix well after trying out remove the two screws at the bottom behind the badge.
I actually applied tape to the panel (the part which sits in the metal frame) as well as the metal frame and it 100% removed all the blb i had.
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