New member here.
I ordered a ONIX OX2710 Matte from green-sum on Sunday afternoon, and it was delivered Wednesday morning (yesterday). I was finally able to unbox and test it today
The entire package was well protected in 2-3 layers of bubble wrap and arrived without any visible damage.
The ONIX was surprisingly light yet sturdy considering its size. I didn't bother with assembling the stand because I am planning to run the monitor on a dual vertical stand along with my HP ZR2740w. It will take the place of the ASUS VG248QE that can be seen in the pics below. The stand is expected to arrive on Friday (tomorrow). Powering on the monitor revealed minimal BLB, very uniform colors across the panel, and only one stuck pixel (stuck at green). I guess I got lucky
The default color settings out of the box was actually very good; it was very similar to the HP that was using a color calibration profile from TFTCentral. I may just not bother with color calibration on the QNIX.
The amount of BLB was also very similar to the HP during my quick comparison, although it was difficult to tell due to the room being brightly lit an causing too many reflections on the screens. I will do the comparison again in the near future in a darker environment.
Note that on the last two pics, the QNIX is at a weird angle because it is only standing on its stub and leaning against the ASUS behind it.
I was able to overclock the ONIX to 96Hz from the nVidia Control Panel very easily (just add custom resolution and you're done, as others have mentioned). I haven't tried any higher yet (since CRU is required), but I plan to do so after I get it properly set-up on the stand. I will also do some more comparisons with the HP and the ASUS, such as BLB in darker environments, ghosting/response time, input lag, and color calibration.