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post #5191 of 25969
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Originally Posted by dir_d View Post

I have the catleap driver installed redface.gif

Weird try removing it and re-installing. Also if enabling SLI/Crossfire fixes it then try a video driver re-install. The cause is that the monitor driver is not loading correctly and it reads as unknown.
post #5192 of 25969
What does the square trade warranty cover?
post #5193 of 25969
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Originally Posted by air tree View Post

What does the square trade warranty cover?

i've heard different reports.there were older post saying squaretrade did not cover a-(minus) panel warranties because the monitors were sold with known defects (someone correct me if I'm wrong). then others who have sent their monitors for "repair" have received a full refund. there was a rumor that only perfect pixel monitors or at least listing that stated zero defects would be covered.

tbh, sqr trade is a huge company, you may get a differnent experience each time. i'm pretty certain that do not "repair" any korean monitors lol
post #5194 of 25969
This is strangely funny....

post #5195 of 25969
I have one question:
Are screen burn-ins permanent? I still have some after overclocking, now i'm at stock.. It has nearly vanished though.
post #5196 of 25969
Anyone know if this monitor is truly hdcp approved? Nvidia control panel says yes but my DirectTV application says no.

Is this just DirectTV being ****ty like usual?
post #5197 of 25969
Just a quick question for you guys... So im building a new pc atm, also will have 2 SLI GTX 780 Lightning edition. Looking @ either purchasing the Qnix through ipsledmonitors.com or Newegg. Getting these monitors would be my first jump into the high end versions of monitors and of course am worried about the dead pixel situation down the road.

My question is basically... If I get them from IPSledmonitors would their warranty, or the Squaretradewarranty be a better bet in the event of dead pixel's and such? I did notice squaretrade doesnt cover past the manf. warranty outlines for it but didnt seem to find them yet... Worried about how long that site will be around with their warranty as well. Newegg seems about the same, plus reliable, and can also charge you a restock fee of like 50$ for them, but i'm not sure how they would deal with pixel issues.

If neither would really cover with warranty, not sure what use the warranty would have aside from just overal failing...

Or...Perhaps adding the "accidental+drops+spills coverage" would be worth the extra 25$ from Squaretrade in the event of pixel issues the "Opps" I dropped it story? lol..



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3x Vertex 3 Raid / 2tb HDD / 2tb SDHD XSPC Raystorm RX240(GPU) / Swiftech H220 (CPU) Windows 7 64Bit 2x WX2710LED 1440p Overclocked @ 120hz 
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post #5198 of 25969
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Originally Posted by Coree View Post

I have one question:
Are screen burn-ins permanent? I still have some after overclocking, now i'm at stock.. It has nearly vanished though.

There has been no reported perminant screen burn-in to date. This is because it is not actually screen burn-in it is color retention. If your get some excessive retention set it back to 60hz for a while and put the screen on a black or white background. Also it can be beneficial to set a short timeout for a screen saver that sets the screen to 60hz and is all black or white.
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Just got an X-Star



post #5200 of 25969
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Originally Posted by ronquilent View Post

This is strangely funny....


Mine is doing the same thing. I find it odd that they are going through two import scans. Even with the weird shipping route mine should arrive on Monday which is pretty darn fast for something shipping from a place so far away.
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