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So a Perfect Pixel from him would probably be the best choice I suppose, the monitor is namely this.
    
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Has anyone had any issues running one of these monitors in SLI mode with the latest beta driver release? When I enable SLI in the 326.19 beta's the monitor disappears from my monitor selection and the blue led starts blinking from lost signal. Everything runs fine on the last wqhl in SLI.
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Has anyone found some temporary override or something to fix the issue with the latest Nvidia drivers? It's either that or I refresh my PC and spend hours reinstalling everything... I made a thread here but I wanted to ask here in case someone had solved it.
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I don't know of anything, sorry. So glad I got away from nvidia. I had problems with the driver(s) from the day I put it in, until the day i got it out
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hey guys got a question.

I have 3 Qnix 2710 & they are overclocked to 100hz and in Surround. I Followed the guide to over clocking them but have some strange resolution problems. Would the overclocking and leaving it them in the state of "Windows Test Mode" affect resolutions for programs and games?
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my hp monitor stand mount came earlier today, and so i attempted to fix the BLB while removing the stock stand. to my surprise all of my BLB is gone! all i did was tried to make the metal frame as straight as possible and added electrical tape on all four sides. i put the metal frame on a table as a test to see if it was straight. if it wobbled i would try to gently bend it and try again. the hardest part of taking apart this monitor casing is the metal frame itself on the display panel. the rest is easy.

unfortunately the lowest height setting for the hp monitor stand was a little bit too high for me. so i gave it to my shimian and it was perfect. i ordered the gateway stand as it seems to go lower then the hp for height adjustment if the measurements on the ebay page are true.
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i didn't bother to put the front bezel back on. still trying to decide if i should go and buy plastidip to make it black matte. i have time to decide until the gateway stand arrives.



my camera showed some funky PLS glow on a full black screen. i don't see those at all in the dark on a black screen, and so i had to pause some movies with black borders to show no BLB. the BLB before was ok when i first viewed the monitor, but as time went on it made me criinge anytime i view things on a black screen. so my OCD on getting rid it got the better of me.




    
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post #4518 of 25888
I replied to Ipsledmonitors' email (my first post about it can be found here.)

I asked them if they're having a better batch of the QNIX or X-Star right now (which one had a lower percentage of failing/defective monitors), and this is what they had to say.
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Failure rate is a percentage of returned monitors. Keep in mind we don’t have metrics on every monitor that ships, most the time we don’t get any feedback from the customer. We can only track # of monitors returned / # monitors sold. Currently the X-star is performing better in that regard.

Like they said, keep in mind that some people may not have reported any defects or asked to return it, so there is no way for them to get an actual accurate measurement.

However since my QNIX had some defects and eventually failed on me, I've decided to give X-Star a try this time. It's only 9 cents more tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by shatterstar View Post

hey guys got a question.

I have 3 Qnix 2710 & they are overclocked to 100hz and in Surround. I Followed the guide to over clocking them but have some strange resolution problems. Would the overclocking and leaving it them in the state of "Windows Test Mode" affect resolutions for programs and games?

There shouldn't be a change in resolutions and stuff when overclocking unless you changed the profile to a different resolution. Go back in CRU and check your settings.
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my hp monitor stand mount came earlier today, and so i attempted to fix the BLB while removing the stock stand. to my surprise all of my BLB is gone! all i did was tried to make the metal frame as straight as possible and added electrical tape on all four sides. i put the metal frame on a table as a test to see if it was straight. if it wobbled i would try to gently bend it and try again. the hardest part of taking apart this monitor casing is the metal frame itself on the display panel. the rest is easy.

unfortunately the lowest height setting for the hp monitor stand was a little bit too high for me. so i gave it to my shimian and it was perfect. i ordered the gateway stand as it seems to go lower then the hp for height adjustment if the measurements on the ebay page are true.
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i didn't bother to put the front bezel back on. still trying to decide if i should go and buy plastidip to make it black matte. i have time to decide until the gateway stand arrives.



my camera showed some funky PLS glow on a full black screen. i don't see those at all in the dark on a black screen, and so i had to pause some movies with black borders to show no BLB. the BLB before was ok when i first viewed the monitor, but as time went on it made me criinge anytime i view things on a black screen. so my OCD on getting rid it got the better of me.





What HP Stand is that? And what is the gateway stand?
I'm considering getting a stand.
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Originally Posted by apav View Post

I replied to Ipsledmonitors' email (my first post about it can be found here.)

I asked them if they're having a better batch of the QNIX or X-Star right now (which one had a lower percentage of failing/defective monitors), and this is what they had to say.
Like they said, keep in mind that some people may not have reported any defects or asked to return it, so there is no way for them to get an actual accurate measurement.

However since my QNIX had some defects and eventually failed on me, I've decided to give X-Star a try this time. It's only 9 cents more tongue.gif

Well.. To be honest i think it's totally random whoever gets a good overclocker or more or less BLB. I'm still quite sure that the only difference between these two monitors is the logo on the front.
    
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What HP Stand is that? And what is the gateway stand?
I'm considering getting a stand.
gateway stand
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Gateway-Adjustable-LCD-Stand-with-4-USB-20-Ports-NEW-/120857358937

hp stand. remove the funky hp thing on it and it becomes a vesa monitor stand for any vesa compatible monitor.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-HP-Extended-Height-ZR22w-Monitor-Stand-LV980AA-/200944863774?pt=US_Monitor_Mounts_Stands&hash=item2ec93f4a1e
    
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