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No dead pixels, fixed brightness through windows. Looks good



Is there anyway to fix this backlight bleeding?
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What's the story with these monitors under $300? Are they b panels rather than a-? It was mentioned in another thread on here
    
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No dead pixels, fixed brightness through windows. Looks good



Is there anyway to fix this backlight bleeding?

Congrats, loosening the screws from the behind to release the front frame bezel might help (as it might be pushing hard on the panel).
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Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain View Post

No do not remove the 60Hz one or you are hosed when you try to update your driver and it cant switch back to 60 to do so. This problem most likely caused by the 100Hz one not being on top in CRU (assuming that's what you are using). If neither of those things are it then just keep troubleshooting/messing with it.

Sorry for the late reply back, but I had to fix stuff from the wife in our house. We ordered a new complete couch (don't know the exact word for it in English) which will be delivered this Friday, however I still had to prepare our wall and corner for LED lightning. Anyways, won't bore your with the boring stuff though. That's the reason for the late reply.

Anyways, back on-topic; So if I understood you correctly in CRU, you have to put the resolution you want in the top of that list?
So instead of having:
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2560x1440 @ 60.000 Hz
2560x1440 @ 100.000 Hz

(when you add a new resolution)


You should have it like this:
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2560x1440 @ 100.000 Hz
2560x1440 @ 60.000 Hz

Right...?
I didn't know the order was important. Maybe I missed that part. My bad...
     
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No dead pixels, fixed brightness through windows. Looks good



Is there anyway to fix this backlight bleeding?

Your background appears to be a bear shooting lasers out of its eyes. That is freaking AWESOME. Can we get a link, por favor?
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What is the use of the button next to the blue LED? It doesn't even click!
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I just got my qnix... but my cards are on the way.. must wait Thursday..... so for test it i have 2 old card.. gtx 9600 and an ati 5870.. can i use one of them for test it?? i m so curious to see if it works.. thank you guys
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You should have it like this:
Right...?
I didn't know the order was important. Maybe I missed that part. My bad...

Correct. Yes the top one is used as default.
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Originally Posted by Turok View Post

What is the use of the button next to the blue LED? It doesn't even click!

That would be the OSD button if these units had such. Other models use this same bezel too.
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I just got my qnix... but my cards are on the way.. must wait Thursday..... so for test it i have 2 old card.. gtx 9600 and an ati 5870.. can i use one of them for test it?? i m so curious to see if it works.. thank you guys

I think the 5870 has at least one dual link.
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Correct. Yes the top one is used as default.
That would be the OSD button if these units had such. Other models use this same bezel too.
I think the 5870 has at least one dual link.

Thank you, Got my Qnix QX2710 from ExcellentCastle (after lengthy emails and asking him to confirm by email what is "Perfect pixel", and he/she did reply and confirm that if there is more than one dead=black pixel, they will take it back).

Excellent condition, no bleed & no dead/hot pixels.

I am coming from NEC 2690WUXI2, so this monitor had to be something to impress me, and it did, tested 96HZ without the patch/SLI and it worked with no light or any problem, but I kept it on 60HZ, until later time .Got to get used to the small text (coming from 1920x1200)

Thank you to everyone in this thread who contributed and answered my and other's questions.

I am impressed...to an extant that I am really thinking not to get the LG27EA83!
edit :
I have noticed that when I use 96HZ the windows (using WindoFX) wobble strangely, not natural or smooth as with 60HZ!....wonder what does this mean?
Edited by Turok - 6/24/13 at 7:55am
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