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Yeah it's bad in that one spot. but it's only noticeable on a black background if I look for it. What is the tape fix?
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Just ordered the Qnix Matte going to be my 2nd Korean Monitor. I already own the Achieva smile.gif
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Im real close to order the QNIX one but before i do i would like to know how the motion blur are on them?
Atm i have an Eizo Foris FS2333, will i be able to notice any difference in games like BF3 and WoW with the QNIX?
And since it lacks an OSD menu does that mean that there's no input lag or have i gotten that wrong?
Also, do you guys think a i5 2500k (4.2ghz), 8gb ram and a windforce GTX670 2GB will be enough to play bf3 and wow at a decent fps with high/medium settings in 1440p?
And correct me if im wrong but i have read that with a 1440p monitor AA is something you won't need in games at that resolution, how come?
Thanks!<3

Very blurry compared to real 120Hz

Compared to other IPS? I didn't check, its probably the same.
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Very blurry compared to real 120Hz

Compared to other IPS? I didn't check, its probably the same.

I would not say it is very blurry compared to others. Maybe "very" blurry compared to other 120hz panels WITH lightboost. I have used this side by side with TN 120hz panels and the difference to me is marginal but when lightboost is turned on it does make a big difference. I think everyone needs to expect what they are getting even if they reach 120hz it will only be as good as 120hz and due to the type of panel it may be a slight bit lower quality in terms of motion blur(definitely not a huge difference though). And yes without a scaler you hardly seeing any input lag or ghosting.

EDIT: Also a 670 with 2GB should be plenty to get good framerate with 1440p@120hz with most games
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Very blurry compared to real 120Hz

Compared to other IPS? I didn't check, its probably the same.

The Qnix's pixel response times are essentially the Same as the 970D's "Normal" setting. I know since I own both. The Qnix/X-Star do not have a 17ms signal delay, it's more like 5-7ms like the other signal input 1440p models PRAD reviewed (HP ZR27440W & Hazro HW27C..the Achieva Shimian is a re-branded Hazro),



vs. Asus VG248QE @60hz Trace Free 60



PRAD only measured the Trace Free 100 setting for some reason @120-144hz even though it is useless on the VG248QE due to extreme overshoot ghosting. The pixel response times @144hz may be 1-2ms faster at maximum vs. the 60hz Trace Free 60.
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The Qnix's pixel response times are essentially the Same as the 970D's "Normal" setting. I know since I own both. The Qnix/X-Star do not have a 17ms signal delay, it's more like 5-7ms like the other signal input 1440p models PRAD reviewed (HP ZR27440W & Hazro HW27C..the Achieva Shimian is a re-branded Hazro),



vs. Asus VG248QE @60hz Trace Free 60



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Should the Qnix be a lot faster because of the bypass board? How can it be the same as 970D?
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Very blurry compared to real 120Hz

Compared to other IPS? I didn't check, its probably the same.

It is real 120. Not native, but its not the stuff tvs use to get 120.
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Hey guys i was going to order one of these in the next few days. Is there a seller that really stands out between bigclothcraft and hulustar? Cheers
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what do you guys think is the life span of the QNIX? or just any of these korean monitors in general?
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what do you guys think is the life span of the QNIX? or just any of these korean monitors in general?

Betting as long as any other monitor aka we'll replace it with something else before it breaks down. [30inch 4k resolution monitors anyone?] Hopefully o/c to 120 too. thumb.gif
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