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Looks nice, very good job! Thanks for sharing, I might do this when I receive mine. thumb.gif
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So if one was to look for the most reputable seller of the Qnix monitors...would it be HuluStar or dream-seller?
    
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I would definitely buy again at green-sum!

@blu3 mine was shipped out really fast too. plus: he made me a receipt with a total of 150$ and "refurbished" on it, after i asked him... smile.gif
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post #4154 of 25891
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Originally Posted by Geran View Post

So if one was to look for the most reputable seller of the Qnix monitors...would it be HuluStar or dream-seller?

I would definitely buy from accessorieswhole again. They have ridiculously fast shipping and positive feedback. However, their products are usually a bit pricier.
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2 weeks ago I ordered the following cable "Monoprice 6ft 24AWG CL2 Dual Link DVI-D" in order to get from 114 Hz to 120Hz.
Unfortunately the performance with the new "high quality" cable is even worse, the QNIX cannot even maintain 114 without errors.
The odd thing is that I get BLUE horizontal scan lines now whereas I got only green and red ones with the stock cable.
Is it because the cable is too long?
Im using LCD reduced (CRU) with a 7950.
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Monitor arrived in Texas from Korea in less than 40 hours. If you guys remember, I ordered the QNIX QX2710 DPort (multiple input) version by accessorieswhole. Bad news first...

Opened it up...and the monitor was X-STAR -__-

This also happened to my friend. He ordered Qnix but got X-star. His monitor was very good though anyway so he doesn't mind. Is this common getting the wrong brand?
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2 weeks ago I ordered the following cable "Monoprice 6ft 24AWG CL2 Dual Link DVI-D" in order to get from 114 Hz to 120Hz.
Unfortunately the performance with the new "high quality" cable is even worse, the QNIX cannot even maintain 114 without errors.
The odd thing is that I get BLUE horizontal scan lines now whereas I got only green and red ones with the stock cable.
Is it because the cable is too long?
Im using LCD reduced (CRU) with a 7950.

I have three 3 foot cables and three 6 foot cables. Overall the shorter 3 foot cables do better. Also try using a different port of your 7950. My cards have two ports on each and the bottom card's second port got me the furthest overclock so it does matter. You might also try manually setting the total pixels down until they are as low as possible then up the refresh like i posted in my other post.

The difference in scan line's color is likely the difference in each DVI connection lane. You no longer get that color line because that lane of color is now stable or stabler(LOL).
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This also happened to my friend. He ordered Qnix but got X-star. His monitor was very good though anyway so he doesn't mind. Is this common getting the wrong brand?

I would not say it is common because if it where we would be seeing many more people reporting it(people report negative more than positive overall). I would not be too concerned sense the difference is only a sticker.
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Just got my perfect pixel in from green-sum today and I have quite a few dead pixels. In the upper corner I counted about 50 before I stopped counting.

Just messaged him but ended up opening a case for it instead, didn't realize it automatically opened a case.

Does anyone know If I am responsible for the return shipping for this?
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Just got my perfect pixel in from green-sum today and I have quite a few dead pixels. In the upper corner I counted about 50 before I stopped counting.

Just messaged him but ended up opening a case for it instead, didn't realize it automatically opened a case.

Does anyone know If I am responsible for the return shipping for this?

Honestly i think you should not be but this would have been a good thing to get crystal clear from green-sum before buying the monitor. Did you get the squaretrade warranty?
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