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i'm going to order the QNIX QX2710 in a few months for my pc build and onegun up there ^ linked me to a very nice website in the US that sells these with a warranty http://www.ipsledmonitors.com/QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-II-Monitor-p/qni1.htm so i'm quite glad he linked me to them instead of ebay haha. 379$ total for the monitor with a 3 year warranty.

I wouldn't get there warranty tbh. After all, they are just "two guys with a passion for IPS monitors", who knows how long they'll be in business. Perhaps I'm being too cynical, but I would get Squaretrade instead.
post #4032 of 25888
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I wouldn't get there warranty tbh. After all, they are just "two guys with a passion for IPS monitors", who knows how long they'll be in business. Perhaps I'm being too cynical, but I would get Squaretrade instead.
i just like this site since even for the first 30 days they will replace it if it has any dead pixels.
post #4033 of 25888
Yeah Overlord is just some guy in a garage too. Capitalism baby! tongue.gif But yeah, idk about 3 years from now, but this initial 30-day return period "for anything" is definitely worth a premium (though maybe not $50+ idk)..
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The method I wrote about earlier in the thread helps almost all games get detected.
You don't need test mode for Nvidia, so disregard that.

Cool except I doubt anyone can find it at this point. I guess hitting "all posts" on your profile might be one way...
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post #4034 of 25888
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Yeah Overlord is just some guy in a garage too. Capitalism baby! tongue.gif But yeah, idk about 3 years from now, but this initial 30-day return period "for anything" is definitely worth a premium (though maybe not $50+ idk)..
Cool except I doubt anyone can find it at this point. I guess hitting "all posts" on your profile might be one way...

I found it in about 10minutes searching with "test mode" and his profile name in just this thread.
post #4035 of 25888
One big difference with overlord Is that the overlord guy sources his own monitors. Ipsledmonitors seems to be a reseller.
post #4036 of 25888
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Originally Posted by air tree View Post

i'm going to order the QNIX QX2710 in a few months for my pc build and onegun up there ^ linked me to a very nice website in the US that sells these with a warranty http://www.ipsledmonitors.com/QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-II-Monitor-p/qni1.htm so i'm quite glad he linked me to them instead of ebay haha. 379$ total for the monitor with a 3 year warranty.

As was said previously, it's best to buy the long-term warranty with SquareTrade than this site - it's much safer.

ST is much more likely to be around 3 years from now. The initial warranty is very good, but the point of a warranty is to minimise the chance of losing money - and ST is the best way to do that.

Not to mention you can get ST vouchers which reduce the cost to $35, making it even better value.
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As was said previously, it's best to buy the long-term warranty with SquareTrade than this site - it's much safer.

ST is much more likely to be around 3 years from now. The initial warranty is very good, but the point of a warranty is to minimise the chance of losing money - and ST is the best way to do that.

Not to mention you can get ST vouchers which reduce the cost to $35, making it even better value.

+1 anyone who can get a ST warranty should. It is a 300 dollar monitor that has the potential quality of a 1000 dollar monitor you can afford to bit the bullet on 35-50 bucks to ensure it.
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+1 anyone who can get a ST warranty should. It is a 300 dollar monitor that has the potential quality of a 1000 dollar monitor you can afford to bit the bullet on 35-50 bucks to ensure it.

does ST cover dead pixels? or is it just based on what seller you're buying from?
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does ST cover dead pixels? or is it just based on what seller you're buying from?

Here is the information page

http://pages.ebay.com/warranty/squaretrade.html
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I am really considering one of these monitors, I am just curious how easy is it to change out the stand? I have a samsung monitor with a really cheap filmsy stand and hate it. Are these pls monitors suitable for gaming in games such as bf4?
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