Got my QNIX QX2710 in the mail last week! It took 3 days to get here (Vancouver, Canada), from seller green-sum. I paid $286USD ($308CAD) but then had a $50CAD duty tax to bring it over the border.
My Initial impressions so far:
- This monitor looks fantastic! I did NOT pay for the pixel perfect guarantee, but there are no dead, stuck, bright pixels. However, on the top left of the monitor there are 2 "lines" (they are quite wide, like a quarter of an inch) that are brighter than the rest of the display. However, this is really only noticeable in stock images in which the top left is a primarily solid colour. I do not notice it at all while gaming. Also,
- There is no black light bleed! I took paint, made an all black image and full-screened it, and I actually couldn't see any bleeding.
- Yes, the monitor and casing isn't the greatest, but I got lucky in that my screen isn't crooked and doesn't' really come away from the bezel. It will in some areas if I apply pressure, ]but that is very minor.
- I have never had a high Hz monitor or a PLS monitor, so I really don't notice the ghosting that much that people talk about while playing games.
In regards to overclocking, at 96Hz it looks fantastic. At 110Hz I can see what sort of appears to be a faint flickering of the lines. At 120Hz I get red and green lines. Interestingly, I flashed a new bios for my graphics card to increase the core and memory clocks (Have a Gigabyte 7970OC, flashed the GHz bios because this is the only way to get a higher voltage on this card) and the flicker at 110Hz and 120Hz got WORSE. This is a little disappointing, but overall I still can't complain.
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