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If it's dual link then it should work though were it me I would find a way to upgrade my GPU. Even if you don't really game...

I forgot to mention that it's 1024MB memory with GDDR5. I don't really have the budget to upgrade my GPU at the moment.
post #4382 of 25893
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If I push down on the panel around 4 inches to the left of the major bleed, it goes away.

I might need to spend more time taking it apart and see if I can bend it, the light bleed is just a killer for me, I cant not see it now, I have stuck pixels but they don't even bother me because the screen is so high res, you have to be right up close to see them and on a white screen.

Did you have the stuck pixels before? Because maybe, just maybe it was caused because you did the tape mod. Not sure though, but I read it somewhere in this (big) thread.
Let me clarify; someone did the tape mod and wasn't amused because afterwards he had many dead pixels. So he took it apart again and blew some compressed air over the panel. And guess what? All dead pixel were gone. Not sure if you have the same problem though. Could be something different. Just saying.

And sucks with BLB in general. I tried to do the tape mod as well, because I had some (really) minor BLB at the right bottom and middle of the top screen. But, to be really honest, I found the tape mod a little bit to difficult for me. However, that being said, the BLB is really minor. Come to think of it, the Hazro HZ27WC (which costed me twice the price of the QNIX) had the same or more BLB. Maybe I will try again in the future, however not now.


I also have a question of my own, which hopefully someone of you can answer.

After keeping track of this thread, I read that some or most of you guys run with "LCD Reduced", correct?
I thought (probably misread it) that this would cause the videocard not to downclock when being idle or in 2D (surfing or similar). Is this true? Otherwise I might gonna use the "LCD Reduced" settings as well.


Oh and one more question (sorry); I am running 2x EVGA GTX 780 SC ACX videocards in SLI. These cards have 1x DVI-D and 1x DVI-I outputs.
Will there be a difference in the overclock potential / result of your QNIX monitor between these 2 outputs? I am guessing it will not make any difference, but just wondering.

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post #4383 of 25893
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I forgot to mention that it's 1024MB memory with GDDR5. I don't really have the budget to upgrade my GPU at the moment.
It'll work fine with your GPU.
post #4384 of 25893
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Oh and one more question (sorry); I am running 2x EVGA GTX 780 SC ACX videocards in SLI. These cards have 1x DVI-D and 1x DVI-I outputs.
Will there be a difference in the overclock potential / result of your QNIX monitor between these 2 outputs? I am guessing it will not make any difference, but just wondering.

Thanks!

No difference. DVI-I and DVI-D are identical for your purposes - DVI-I just has "extra" options the Qnix doesn't use.
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I also have a question of my own, which hopefully someone of you can answer.

After keeping track of this thread, I read that some or most of you guys run with "LCD Reduced", correct?
I thought (probably misread it) that this would cause the videocard not to downclock when being idle or in 2D (surfing or similar). Is this true? Otherwise I might gonna use the "LCD Reduced" settings as well.

Thanks!

No need to worry, that won't stop an idle GPU downclocking. I see you've already messed with the settings, LCD Reduced does a similar thing but does not go quite as far personal tweaking, so f you've made your own custom profile that works stick with it.
post #4385 of 25893
Yeah but those weren't dead pixels. Was dust and what not.
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I forgot to mention that it's 1024MB memory with GDDR5. I don't really have the budget to upgrade my GPU at the moment.

Hey I'm not rich either. I play BF3 at 35-50 fps at present lol. But I'd start looking for a GPU upgrade deal perhaps on a used one as you are really gonna need it for 1440P. I worked on upgrading my GPU from GTX 480 (tho was also tired of the power usage) before getting the display and that worked out great as by then these PLS hit the scene.
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Hey does anyone know if the tools for overclocking (Patcher/CRU) are compatible for the Windows 8.1 Preview drivers seen here: http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pages/AMDCatalystWIN8-1PreviewDriver.aspx

Or should i go back to Win8 and use the 13.6 Drivers?


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120hz doesn't work for me, I get little blue lines pop up now and again, even with LCD reduced checked and DVI Latency reduction checked in CCC as toastyx recc.

i', sad, tried 108hz, worked fine for a few hours then got grey screen of death... went down to 96hz, everything seems fine now frown.gif still was hoping for 120 like most of u... lesson = learned
    
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120hz doesn't work for me, I get little blue lines pop up now and again, even with LCD reduced checked and DVI Latency reduction checked in CCC as toastyx recc.

i', sad, tried 108hz, worked fine for a few hours then got grey screen of death... went down to 96hz, everything seems fine now frown.gif still was hoping for 120 like most of u... lesson = learned

An interesting thing I found was to check both DVI options in CC, apply, then uncheck them, apply. The lines became almost unnoticeable biggrin.gif
I made my custom res with LCD Standard though, I could probably push it higher if I tweaked the settings.
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Just ordered my QNIX matte monitor from ipsledmonitors.com

Now I have to decide on a replacement stand. What do you guys think, THIS ONE, or THIS
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Just ordered my QNIX matte monitor from ipsledmonitors.com

Now I have to decide on a replacement stand. What do you guys think, THIS ONE, or THIS

The HP one looks smaller to me, so I'd take that. It also seems to be easier to adjust - you need to loosen, adjust, then tighten with the monoprice stand. And it's cheaper thumb.gif
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