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post #531 of 25893
Ok guys please help, should I get a QNIX monitor or a pixel perfect crossover blade for the same price? I will be running 1 (probably two in the near future) 670. With all the reports of overclocking I would like the qnix however it will not be Perfect Pixel and they are generally much cheaper than the LG panels. Is the low cost of the Samsung panel due to build quality or because they are trying to aggressively get into the market? Thanks for your help.
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If my calibrations look crap on your monitor, then this one will too! smile.gif Otherwise, give it a try if you're wanting another 96Hz cal. I think there was only one available, so at least you can pick between two now.

QX2710 2013-04-28 D6500 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX - 96Hz.zip 434k .zip file

a bit better, but still too bright/washed out on my matte panel. Seems like contrast is off
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Ok guys please help, should I get a QNIX monitor or a pixel perfect crossover blade for the same price? I will be running 1 (probably two in the near future) 670. With all the reports of overclocking I would like the qnix however it will not be Perfect Pixel and they are generally much cheaper than the LG panels. Is the low cost of the Samsung panel due to build quality or because they are trying to aggressively get into the market? Thanks for your help.

Pixel perfect is bs. Doesn't make any difference at all from what this and the other threads have concluded.
Edited by MrGreenankle - 5/3/13 at 9:18am
post #534 of 25893
Yeah forget Perfect Pixel, at least for more than $320. Shipping it back really is not a viable option regardless of what shape it's in.
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What was it that you could do to remove artifacts while overclocking? I think there was some option... Don't remember where though. I'm running AMD.

Got scanlines when trying to push my monitor to 120hz, but I heard about other people having that issue as well but solving it through some settings. Was that only nvidia?
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What was it that you could do to remove artifacts while overclocking? I think there was some option... Don't remember where though. I'm running AMD.

Got scanlines when trying to push my monitor to 120hz, but I heard about other people having that issue as well but solving it through some settings. Was that only nvidia?

Reduce DVI frequency?
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Reduce DVI frequency?

So that was what it was called... Bummer, already had that one checked. Seems like I'll stick with 96 hz then.
post #538 of 25893
By artifacts do you mean in game or lines on the desktop when you apply the overclock? I am getting apparent scan lines when overclocking 7950 via AfterBurner at 96Hz. Can use it to up the voltage and then up clocks with CCC without issue but that limits my core, as we all know.
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By artifacts do you mean in game or lines on the desktop when you apply the overclock? I am getting apparent scan lines when overclocking 7950 via AfterBurner at 96Hz. Can use it to up the voltage and then up clocks with CCC without issue but that limits my core, as we all know.

Get them on desktop. Is there anything to fix this, you say?
post #540 of 25893
What are you overclocking with? If not using AMD Overdrive try that instead (up to 1100 core anyway).
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