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I thought the ones with OSD didn't do 120hz.
 
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I thought the ones with OSD didn't do 120hz.
As far as I know they don't..
Edited by OneGun - 7/5/13 at 11:08pm
 
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i was interested in buying those, but no one has confirmed the actual response time or input lag of those guys.

But make sure to read the pixel warranty stuff on each seller's page carefully. For example, accessorieswhole has a 3 stuck pixel policy for their $289 version of the Qnix while they have their perfect pixel policy for the same Qnix at $349.

I bought the cheaper one from accessorieswhole and got a panel with seven, that's right 7 stuck pixels, which seems to be rare among others in this thread. I opened a case, I'll let you know what happens. From searching this thread, it looks like the more recent people are satisfied with green-sum and weary of dream-seller because he's selling panels that are rated B+ or less which means they have more problems or whatever. Though, dream-seller seems to be promising no stuck pixels for cheaper prices now, so best bet is to contact him.

Thanks! I'm probably going to wait until I hear how your case turns out before I buy. Also, have you tried various methods of getting rid of stuck pixels (gently massaging the area/flashing RGB colors)?
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Yup, flashing my screen for the next five hours, then gonna rub the spots with a q-tip. Let you know results tomorrow and seller's response as soon as he replies.
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I read that in the Catleap thread that they were able to overlock multiple input boards to 90Hz+, just not 120Hz. Idk about the QNIX/X-STAR ones. Honestly, the overclockability doesn't matter too much to me.
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Hey All.

I started looking at this thread about a week ago randomly, and decided to jump in on the fun.

I bought a Qnix 2710 from IPSLEDMONITORS.com, and received it in the mail today. Interestingly it still shipped from Korea, but all of the support and customer service is local (as in California).

Fortunately for me, I received a flawless screen so it seems. No backlight bleed that I can tell, and I can overclock to 120 Hz stable. I have yet to try past that.

This screen is amazing. Excellent colors, bright, gigantic... Im very happy.

I payed a bit of a premium (330 + tax and shipping), but I was more comfortable buying from a local seller. Of note, they offer a 3 year warranty through their own website that includes a one time full swap out with a same or newer monitor if the one you bought craps out within 3 years. The warranty is an additional 50. (its is NOT through square trade).

I will post pictures/verify tomorrow.
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Oh man! Was looking for that site before buying off ebay. Still, my price came out to be $50 cheaper with squaretrade. Idk if it was worth the incoming hassle. Site looks like an awesome compromise, especially if you don't live in Cali.
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Hey All.

I started looking at this thread about a week ago randomly, and decided to jump in on the fun.

I bought a Qnix 2710 from IPSLEDMONITORS.com, and received it in the mail today. Interestingly it still shipped from Korea, but all of the support and customer service is local (as in California).

Fortunately for me, I received a flawless screen so it seems. No backlight bleed that I can tell, and I can overclock to 120 Hz stable. I have yet to try past that.

This screen is amazing. Excellent colors, bright, gigantic... Im very happy.

I payed a bit of a premium (330 + tax and shipping), but I was more comfortable buying from a local seller. Of note, they offer a 3 year warranty through their own website that includes a one time full swap out with a same or newer monitor if the one you bought craps out within 3 years. The warranty is an additional 50. (its is NOT through square trade).

I will post pictures/verify tomorrow.
Thank you for sharing this..There are alot of people who want one of these but would feel safer with some kind of warranty..thumb.gif
 
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I am skeptical of that website. In 3 years it might not exist anymore and the warranty will be useless. For anyone who is unwilling to take any risk or who is sketched out, Squaretrade is definitely more reliable imo
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I am skeptical of that website. In 3 years it might not exist anymore and the warranty will be useless. For anyone who is unwilling to take any risk or who is sketched out, Squaretrade is definitely more reliable imo

I think you can probably add squaretrade to a monitor you buy from them. Their 30-day policy/warranty may be great just to get that initial perfect screen.
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