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post #491 of 25891
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Originally Posted by fagoatse View Post

what should i be looking at here - http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/ ? Perhaps im just exaggerating. It seems that I've lost my point of reference after almost 2 weeks of using qx2710 in it's default calibration.
Any 96Hz matte panel user here? Which profiles are you guys using?

You have to read each screen to figure out what you need to be looking for... I have a QNIX Matte at 96hz and I'm using Cors 96Hz calibration.
post #492 of 25891
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Originally Posted by obiefl View Post

Cor's profiles didn't look good at all on my Qnix Matte, but dascth's D6500 perceptual nails it on mine, simply stunning. I have a pretty fancy colorimeter and a spectroradiometer setup but haven't even felt the need to bring it up. One of these day I'll calibrate it myself but I honestly don't think I can get it better then it is.

Which one of Dascth's? There are three different ones from him in the OP and the last two both say "perceptual".

Yeah I could borrow a colorimeter from work but trying not to have to bother.
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post #493 of 25891
^ The one with the normal 2.2 Gamma.
post #494 of 25891
Just pulled a trigger on this bad boy!

[Pixel Perfect] QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution ll 27"

Cannot wait to get it! This is my first post and I am new to this whole thing. Thanks for all the help everyone! smile.gif this thread is the reason I decided on it!
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Dammit, mine's been delivered but I'm on a business trip and won't be back until tomorrow. Patience is a virtue... patience is a virtue...
post #497 of 25891
For those with OC'd monitors:
Do you notice scan lines across the screen when looking closely at the screen (most noticeable in solid color areas)?

For anyone with this monitor, how is the backlight evenness? When looking at a full white screen, do you notice any significant brightness shift on one side of the monitor vs the other?
post #498 of 25891
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Originally Posted by TarballX View Post

For those with OC'd monitors:
Do you notice scan lines across the screen when looking closely at the screen (most noticeable in solid color areas)?

For anyone with this monitor, how is the backlight evenness? When looking at a full white screen, do you notice any significant brightness shift on one side of the monitor vs the other?

Only noticed scan lines even close to the screen at 120hz which is why I'm using 96Hz.
post #499 of 25891
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Originally Posted by TarballX View Post

For those with OC'd monitors:
Do you notice scan lines across the screen when looking closely at the screen (most noticeable in solid color areas)?

For anyone with this monitor, how is the backlight evenness? When looking at a full white screen, do you notice any significant brightness shift on one side of the monitor vs the other?

I notice the scan lines however you have to just about mash your face on the screen to see them. This is not causing any noticeable issues so far and i am hoping a better quality cable stabilizes it. Also the darkness shift can be made a little better by turning up the brightness(at least it did for me) there has also been those who have dis-assembled the monitor and done electrical tape to remove "cloudiness" this may also help. Another long shot is a heatsink on the PCB.(it helped mine a bit but i am not going to stand by it until more reports of it working come it). Outside of this you might be able to squeeze a tad bit more quality out of manually adjusting the timings in CRU.

Hope this helps
post #500 of 25891
Does anyone have any more ideas? I'm really hoping the issue is on my end and not the monitors. I CAN'T be the only one with a gimped OC display mad.gif

Spoiler is all the previous posts on the issue.
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Originally Posted by Jinru View Post

I think my QNIX might be a lemon. I can't even get 72hz. Here's what I've done.

-patched with DSEO13b
-installed Catleap driver
-patched with NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher
-made multiple 1440p profiles using CRU for 72hz, 80hz, and 96hz.
I restarted on every step.

Any overclocking produces yellow scan lines throughout the screen.

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66hz doesn't work either.

I don't know if it matters but I'm using a thick 10 ft. long dual link DVI-D cable from newegg. The damn stock cable that came with the monitor was a single link...

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Yup, just arrived today. 0 dead/stuck pixels, but with backlight bleed on bottom corners.

I tried it without the pixel clock patch afterwards as well and it was the same result.

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Reinstalled and updated Nvidia drivers to 320 followed by a registry clean. Only applied the Catleap driver and attempted to OC using Nvidia control panel. Nada. I tried to give the pixel clock patcher another shot. Nada.

Here's what it looks like at 72hz. You can see the yellow and blue scan lines and some artifact on the side of the message boxes. They just become more pronounced the higher I go. I can get a Test Successful when I try to OC as high as 96hz, but I can't get a stable OC higher than 64hz...


Edited by Jinru - 5/2/13 at 2:07pm
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