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Originally Posted by N3C14R View Post

I got my "Perfect Pixel" x-star dp2710 and there was a stuck blue pixel 1 inch from the left edge of the screen. Not sure if it's enough to warrant an RMA though...

It depends on how much it bothers you. Most of the dead pixels I see just end up being dust particles refracting the light and those are hard to notice.

I would say one dead pixel isn't worth it and it is quite a bit of hassle but as long as their "perfect pixel" policy covers any dead pixels you could RMA it.
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Yes I bought from dream seller. I must say it's fun to troll someone a bit

Yeah, think a little before you post or bad karma might bite you in the ass. Mine arrived DOA. You're not out of the woods yet pal.
post #5313 of 25922
Is Bigclothcraft a good seller? I was going to buy from greensum but this guy is slightly cheaper in the UK.
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Yeah, think a little before you post or bad karma might bite you in the ass. Mine arrived DOA. You're not out of the woods yet pal.

also true
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post #5315 of 25922
I'm about to purchase a QX2710 from green-sum off ebay as well as an MSI R7850 Twin Frozr 2GD5/OC video card to run it. One quick question is that the DVI port on this video card is labeled as DVI-I but in the specs it says dual link DVI. This is a higher end card so I was assuming it would run just fine. Can anyone confirm the monitor will run on the DVI port in this card? Thanks!
post #5316 of 25922
I just got my QX2710 yesterday. I noticed that when the brightness is set to the lowest level (not completely dark), the screen is flickering. Does anyone else notice the same issue? My Dell U2311 doesn't flicker at all at its lowest brightness setting.
post #5317 of 25922
Hi guys,

For this Qnix/Xtar monitor, what happens when u change the resolution to 1080p via windows 7 desktop? Does it show black bars or does it stretch to fit the screen?
Also wondering the same when playing games.

thnx
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Originally Posted by saberX View Post

Hi guys,

For this Qnix/Xtar monitor, what happens when u change the resolution to 1080p via windows 7 desktop? Does it show black bars or does it stretch to fit the screen?
Also wondering the same when playing games.

thnx

The monitor has no built in scaler, so it does whatever your GPU is set to do. By default, that is usually stretching to fit. You can set it to be centered as well.
post #5319 of 25922
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Originally Posted by ragnarok08 View Post

I just got my QX2710 yesterday. I noticed that when the brightness is set to the lowest level (not completely dark), the screen is flickering. Does anyone else notice the same issue? My Dell U2311 doesn't flicker at all at its lowest brightness setting.
I believe it's because the QNIX uses PWM back lightning.
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Originally Posted by SinfulRoad View Post

I believe it's because the QNIX uses PWM back lightning.

I thought for PWM the flickering is barely noticeable by human eyes.
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