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My beautiful QNIX QX2710!

How you like the glossy screen?
 
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post #4292 of 25893
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How you like the glossy screen?

I never thought I would get a glossy screen, but I thought I'd give it a shot to get the richest colors I can on this beauty and now that I have it I really like it. As long as there are no lights directly behind me at least tongue.gif

It would be nice to see someone who has both side by side though...
post #4293 of 25893
Im having "burn in" problems frown.gif Or is this burn in? happens after 30mins of usage. OC'ed to 96

It doesnt bother me that much only visible when at the home deskop with a bright wallpaper




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Thanks jjmirks. welcome!
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post #4295 of 25893
I have burn in problems too. OC'd to 120hz.

Anyone know if there's a way to stop this from happening (probably not).

I know it goes away, but is there any way this could every damage the panel / become permanent?

And reverting back to 60Hz while browzing isn't really an option. I can't stand the way the mouse feels.
post #4296 of 25893
Overclocking causes burn-in? O.O
post #4297 of 25893
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Overclocking causes burn-in? O.O

In my research I have yet to come across a case that was permanent, but yes.

It seems on average people start to see image retention when in OC'd to around 120hz but are fine at 100hz or so.
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post #4298 of 25893
It is not burn in like with a TV..It is frame retention and the only way to make sure you don't get it is to only game while OCed.Other then that it is something you will have to deal with if you want a 24/7 OC..

And you will get it even at 96hz unfortunately..I run 60hz unless i am playing BF3..Then i am at 120..Main reason is i don't want to deal with frame retention..
 
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post #4299 of 25893
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http://jasonfarrell.com/misc/deadpixeltest.php


1. Run through the different color screens to identify dead pixels.

2. Try to turn your monitor 10-12 clicks from the highest brightness setting and set to an all black screen and turn off that lights; that's the worst backlight bleed you should experience.

3. The bezels are really cheap so don't get too hung up on that, but occasionally people report that the panel doesn't sit right in the bezel (that's definitely a problem).

4. Turn the monitor off and on several times, make sure that it powers on consistently.

5. Check for PWM flickering when the monitor is set at your preferred brightness level.

6. Test the Speakers? Has anyone actually used the speakers in these things? lol

I tried the speakers...................... for 1 minute then put my headset back on thumb.gif
post #4300 of 25893
Anybody with overclocked AMD cards and this monitor OC'd to ~120hz having the following problem?

I'm using a 7950 overclocked at 1200/1500/1.2v using afterburner and the problem is the voltage is locked at 1.2v regardless whether in 2D or 3D mode. This essentially means the card idles at 55c, not a huge problem but I'd like it to be low at idle. Anyway, did some research and found this: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=360118

Basically if you have a high res 120hz display OR multi-display system using a single card, apparently your card will think its in 3D mode and thereby use 3D clocks/voltages at idle. That thread has a solution for nvidia users, but I'm not sure wether its useable for AMD. (don't want to stuff anything up).

Anybody with an AMD card and one of these PLS displays OC'd to 120hz with a graphics card overclock mind posting a GPU-Z screenshot at idle including temps/Possible solution...

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Edited by genidoi - 7/13/13 at 2:11am
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