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post #5461 of 25893
Hey guys,

I just got my Qnix from Greensum and I'm more than happy with it. I didn't have any dead pixels and I was able to hit 120hz no problem.

The one issue I do have is some minor back light bleeding that is in the same spots as OneGun. I tried loosening the screws in the middle but that didn't help.

If I could reduce or eliminate that I'd have to say it's a perfect monitor.

Thanks,

Aflac
post #5462 of 25893
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Originally Posted by DiceAir View Post

Ok also tested planetside 2 and i get this green dots on my screen. Switch it back to 60hz and my screen shakes

Sounds like it could be your computer or GPU. Do you have any other monitor you can try gaming with to see if it persists?
post #5463 of 25893
So next week is going to be absolutely glorious.

I ordered 2 of the Qnix 2710's from Green-Sum on eBay and then I also have my Corsair k70 mechanical keyboard and some more RAM to boot.

I hope these monitors are perfect/near perfect. Wish me luck!
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post #5464 of 25893
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Originally Posted by jcgamer View Post

So next week is going to be absolutely glorious.

I ordered 2 of the Qnix 2710's from Green-Sum on eBay and then I also have my Corsair k70 mechanical keyboard and some more RAM to boot.

I hope these monitors are perfect/near perfect. Wish me luck!

green-sum is a great chap to deal with! biggrin.gif
post #5465 of 25893
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You need to create the custom resolution using CRU. The nVidia Control Panel does not create resolutions that are detected as native. Just be sure to uncheck "Include extension block" in the utility before rebooting.

As a side note, some games just suck and seem to set 60hz no matter what. I have yet to find a tool that overrides those situations, so if anyone else knows please chime in.

I know some Unreal engine games are capped at 62fps.
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green-sum is a great chap to deal with! biggrin.gif

I'm hoping that's not sarcasm! tongue.gif
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post #5467 of 25893

Qnix/matte from ebay seller. I was able to over clock to 99hz with Nvidia Gtx 275 (really old dog). I am very happy with the purchase and thanks to OCN ( and members) for all helpful information.


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P.S no dead pixels, little BLB at the bottom

Two different pics cuz I switched the monitors left to right or right to left.smile.gif
Edited by OCNOTE2 - 8/8/13 at 9:21pm
post #5468 of 25893
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I'm hoping that's not sarcasm! tongue.gif

Definitely not, mate! lol

They're good!
post #5469 of 25893
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Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post


If you're wondering whether it might work or not, you have two scenarios:

1) Pushing a 1080p signal from the graphics card to rely on the monitor's scaler - this does not work as the monitor lacks a scaler. It also means: forget about non-PC sources which don't support 1440p.

2) Pushing a 1080p resolution (rendered) while using GPU scaling - this outputs a 1440p signal from the graphics card but everything is rendered at 1080p internally - this DOES work.

Hope this helps.
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ok Scenario 2 is what I'm looking for. If someone could post a picture of Firefox or chrome with this site open in that scenario that would be perfect. Thnx

Bump. Some kind soul plz take a pic of scenario 2 for me.
post #5470 of 25893
Ok I may have found my issue. I think my cards can't handle this resolution so well. When i disable my one of my GTX570s My flickering and screen shake stops. I only tested Battlefield 3 so far. Maybe it's time for upgrade
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