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I think I'll just invest in an i1 Display Pro and manually calibrate. I just tweaked the settings with windows display color calibration and a few minutes of naked eye tweaking of the RGB values made the colors look way better. I think I got lucky with the Shimian profile which was actually for the Catleap but this time I'll have to go for it manually.
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I think I'll just invest in an i1 Display Pro and manually calibrate. I just tweaked the settings with windows display color calibration and a few minutes of naked eye tweaking of the RGB values made the colors look way better. I think I got lucky with the Shimian profile which was actually for the Catleap but this time I'll have to go for it manually.

You may have but after using that website and a few others doing it manually i found i was not too lucky and actually the colors could have been a LOT better before. Didn't know till a tried. With this in mind you might be in for a nice surprise when you get that color adjustment tool and calibrate the shimian also. biggrin.gif
post #5293 of 25888
just Oc ed my monitor to 100 , thanks forum super easy
Edited by bxchef29 - 8/5/13 at 6:56pm
post #5294 of 25888
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Does anyone know if a single GTX 670 2GB can drive 2 Qnix's @120Hz and a third through an active displayport to dual link adapter @96Hz? My primary concern is that normal multitasking and gaming on one of the 120Hz monitors will hit the VRAM ceiling or max out on GPU power.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1415441/7680x1440-benchmarks-plus-2-3-4-way-sli-gk110-scaling
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Thanks. Currently I'm running 2 1440p Shimians @60Hz and the new Qnix @120Hz. I For gaming 3 120hz monitors definitely won't work a single GTX 670 2GB as Spartan F8 said, however 2 @120Hz and another one at 96Hz for regular desktop stuff + light video watching should be fine. I'll inevitably have to upgrade or go SLI sooner or later though.

Side note: I hate my 60hz Shimians in comparison to the 120Hz smoothness of the QNIX. Almost the difference of day and night.
Edited by ronquilent - 8/5/13 at 7:31pm
post #5296 of 25888
I wouldn't know. Ordered mine from greensum on Wednesday last week and it still hasn't shipped.... I've sent him 2 messages and he guaranteed would ship Monday first thing in the morning when his supplier came back from vacation. He also said he'd message me. If I don't see an update by midnight I'm sending another message. mad.gif
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I wouldn't know. Ordered mine from greensum on Wednesday last week and it still hasn't shipped.... I've sent him 2 messages and he guaranteed would ship Monday first thing in the morning when his supplier came back from vacation. He also said he'd message me. If I don't see an update by midnight I'm sending another message. mad.gif

That's strange. Bought mine from green-sum on Wednesday too and it shipped out on Thursday of last week.
post #5298 of 25888
After a whole bunch of hassle with a DOA qx2710 from one of the ebay seller, I received my qx2710 from ipsledmonitors.com. At least this one powered on when plugged in, but I was having huge driver issues in the beginning. I finally got it straightened out, and it's working great (no dead pixels from what i can tell). Overclocked it to 96hz for a start. Kyle over at ipsledmonitors.com is great at customer service.

post #5299 of 25888
Anyone know what to do about the random blue lines that show up at random times? Is it just a cable thing? Should I get the 24AWG monoprice cable to solve the issue?
post #5300 of 25888
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I wouldn't know. Ordered mine from greensum on Wednesday last week and it still hasn't shipped.... I've sent him 2 messages and he guaranteed would ship Monday first thing in the morning when his supplier came back from vacation. He also said he'd message me. If I don't see an update by midnight I'm sending another message. mad.gif

My DOA QX2710 came from green-sum. The time difference (and maybe other things) was killing the communication bandwidth. I would email him/her and then he/she would send me an email back at about 2 in the morning my time. I would reply when I woke up, and the whole cycle would continue again the next early morning.

It was a pretty bad experience that turned out ok when I finally just initiated a chargeback. That's when she finally decided that she better pay for the return shipping.
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