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post #5621 of 25888
Well, still looking for a solution to this problem:

Got a new dual link DVI cable from Blue jeans cable 24 awg, thought it would fix the issue but it didn't. Upon booting up my computer, my qnix monitor will have these weird flashing green artifacts that won't go away unless i unplug and replug the dvi cable from my graphics card. the bios and everything is okay, but after the welcome screen is when these artifacts start coming out.

Picture:

http://i.imgur.com/wfuiyzt.jpg

interestingly enough, my computer starts up with speedfan. When I drag around the speedfan window, the artifacts move along with my speedfan window. If anybody thinks a video of this would help, I could gladly post it.

Followed the overclocking guide using CRU utility, found the resolution in nvidia control panel and used it, overclock works flawlessly while im on it and after i remove and replug the cable, but I'm trying to avoid that. it's a little annoying. Does anybody know what's up? Any settings I can tune to fix this?
post #5622 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

I have helped guide others in this aspect. If you search for my older posts regarding overclocking guides, manual timings and overall stability i have been quite detailed and extensive with my explanations. Please try the search parameters that i suggested in my previous post. Once you have read over my previous posts on overclocking you will find all the information i can offer. If i post these tips and tricks here it will be a re-post with no new info. You can also find some good information in the other TWO Qnix threads. One of them is even completely focused on overclocking.

Here is some pages that has a good deal of info from me and some other members to get you started.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/3920
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/2210
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/490

This one has my initial review
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/100

EDIT: Other threads
http://www.overclock.net/t/1374065/korean-qnix-qx2710-evolution-ll-27-2560x1440-matte-samsung-pls-panel
http://www.overclock.net/t/1382348/post-your-pls-overclocking-results
http://www.overclock.net/t/1403318/qnix-qx2710-review-2560x1440-matte-overclock-able-pls

EDIT2: Please do not be limited by the links i have presented. You can also get great info from the catleap OC thread and other pages in this thread.

Thank you this will be helpful!! One tip I did read was "enabling gamma on color profile" by selecting "use windows display calibration" which fixed my gamma by itself, maybe might be windows messing up my gamma by itself tongue.gif

Anyways my monitor is capable of near perfect colors at 120HZ, lets hope i can make it stay that way 24/7. Best monitor I ever bought btw.

post #5623 of 25888
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Originally Posted by JDMfanatic View Post

Well, still looking for a solution to this problem:

Got a new dual link DVI cable from Blue jeans cable 24 awg, thought it would fix the issue but it didn't. Upon booting up my computer, my qnix monitor will have these weird flashing green artifacts that won't go away unless i unplug and replug the dvi cable from my graphics card. the bios and everything is okay, but after the welcome screen is when these artifacts start coming out.

Picture:

http://i.imgur.com/wfuiyzt.jpg

interestingly enough, my computer starts up with speedfan. When I drag around the speedfan window, the artifacts move along with my speedfan window. If anybody thinks a video of this would help, I could gladly post it.

Followed the overclocking guide using CRU utility, found the resolution in nvidia control panel and used it, overclock works flawlessly while im on it and after i remove and replug the cable, but I'm trying to avoid that. it's a little annoying. Does anybody know what's up? Any settings I can tune to fix this?

Unplugging and replugging in the DVI cable essentially removes the device and then re-adds it in the device registry. So you are basically unloading and re-loading the monitor driver itself. If after doing this everything is fine i would try re-installing the actual monitor driver in the device manager because it sounds to me like it is not loading properly from boot(which could be a code 28 or code 43 device errors)
post #5624 of 25888
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Originally Posted by phillyd View Post

Good choice, now just edit, don't double post any more tongue.gif

I don't double post i only "re-post" when people won't search for things. I am getting better though i only post links to the already stated information now(again and again and again)
post #5625 of 25888
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Originally Posted by apav View Post

This is very very strage. Any ideas?

Really odd... I would recommend trying a different resolution (that your video card would scale) to see if it still happens to the same pixel, which would then actually be a subpixel of a larger scaled pixel. Also, try a bootable linux distro to see if other operating systems exhibit the same issue. Basically wondering if it's GPU/driver related...
post #5626 of 25888
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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post

Just ordered the Qnix with displayport/ hdmi from bigclothcraft....
Anybody know how long the shippping takes?

I ordered Thursday, Shipped Friday, Here Monday. You can't even get ground shipping that fast!
post #5627 of 25888
are all QX2710 able to do 120hz?
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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post

Just ordered the Qnix with displayport/ hdmi from bigclothcraft....
Anybody know how long the shippping takes?

I've read the extra input models have the addition of a controller board that greatly increases the response time? were you aware of that or is it not a big deal?
post #5628 of 25888
Mines hit 96hz pretty easily. I LOVE this thing biggrin.gif
post #5629 of 25888
I just noticed that I can see a ghost image of the top right corner of my web browser on my desktop. I was pretty disappointed to see that. I am running a screen washer video off of youtube to try and fix it, but I wonder if you guys had seen anything else. It also looks like that whole side of the monitor might be flickering a bit. Have any of you guys see this before and have some suggestions to fix?
post #5630 of 25888
Geez, seeing more and more of these reports where some artifacting suddenly happens. How long were you running it before seeing the ghosting helraza? What refresh rate?

I assume that running a higher refresh pushes the display controller more, but it would be interesting if someone had an actual temperature reading sensor and could do a definitive test at various refresh rates.
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