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Originally Posted by 187x View Post

I noticed a little bit of burn in I have been having my monitor overclocked for about almost 3 weeks now, you can see it a little bit when you shut it down like a faint outline of the white text of the rain meter skin. I'm sure it will go away if I leave the monitor off for awhile. I was gaming for about 4 hours today room was kinda hot I left the monitor idling for a little bit. I was wondering what causes burn in?

Reverting the monitor back to 60hz when you're not using it/leaving it idle from time to time should prevent the burn in.
post #5882 of 25902
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Originally Posted by Karnoffel View Post

Reverting the monitor back to 60hz when you're not using it/leaving it idle from time to time should prevent the burn in.

Yeah I always revert it back to 60hz when I'm not gaming.


Update: Everything is good now the burn in has totally went away. thumb.gif
Edited by 187x - 8/19/13 at 6:37pm
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Got my QX2710 from green-sum in over the weekend. No dead pixels, minor BLB in the lower corners, pretty satisfied for $269 so far. Oc'ed to 110hz stable but dropped down to 96hz for the time being.



Opened it up, removed the old stand, and replaced the stand with a monitor arm from Monoprice almost immediately. Makes my 23" monitors look tiny biggrin.gif
post #5884 of 25902
I'm having issues OC'img the Qnix I have it patch with the "nvlddmkm-patcher-1.2" and I have the CRU set up to 75hz (and is above the 59 default)

I copied and paste the settings then modified the refresh rate like mention.

I rebooted PC between each change and after.. I have attempt this 3 times and even look up a video in you tube.


If i go to the nvidia control panel it only gives me the 60hz option. through the os "screen resolution>advanced " I have 59 and 60.

The driver is UPNP Generic I tried installing the catleap like in the link from toastyx but the results: " you currently have the best driver available"



Not sure what else to try.

I have a gtx 680-
post #5885 of 25902
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Originally Posted by thekamikazepr View Post

I'm having issues OC'img the Qnix I have it patch with the "nvlddmkm-patcher-1.2" and I have the CRU set up to 75hz (and is above the 59 default)

I copied and paste the settings then modified the refresh rate like mention.

I rebooted PC between each change and after.. I have attempt this 3 times and even look up a video in you tube.


If i go to the nvidia control panel it only gives me the 60hz option. through the os "screen resolution>advanced " I have 59 and 60.

The driver is UPNP Generic I tried installing the catleap like in the link from toastyx but the results: " you currently have the best driver available"



Not sure what else to try.

I have a gtx 680-

Did you uncheck "Include extension block" in CRU? When you run nvlddmkm-patcher again, does it say the files are already patched?
post #5886 of 25902
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

No, HDMI versions do not overclock. Yes, Xbox would work on the HDMI version.

How does everyone know that the HDMI version doesn't OC? I don't think many have purchased it. Wouldn't it depend on whether the DVI-Dual Link interacted with the scaler or not?
post #5887 of 25902
Man....BEST INVESTMENT EVER!

No dead pixels...I can't wait to overclock this....honestly at 260 dollars free shipping no tax...holy crap is all I can say, coming from a 24" HDTV for my monitor to this is ludicrous. biggrin.gif



I was worried about the condition of the box but man it was luckily perfect inside.


Edited by TheSilentCircus - 8/19/13 at 8:48pm
post #5888 of 25902
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Originally Posted by junkrok View Post

How does everyone know that the HDMI version doesn't OC? I don't think many have purchased it. Wouldn't it depend on whether the DVI-Dual Link interacted with the scaler or not?
Because it's been tested, and found wanting. I don't have the energy to find the specific post in this thread or the other where someone tests it, and it disappoints. I do know that it's not just the Qnix, but no multi input monitor has ever, ever overclocked.
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Because it's been tested, and found wanting. I don't have the energy to find the specific post in this thread or the other where someone tests it, and it disappoints. I do know that it's not just the Qnix, but no multi input monitor has ever, ever overclocked.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/5750#post_20623341

So then how did this guy buy the "MDP" version of the X-star and achieve stable OC at 120Hz?
post #5890 of 25902
Just opened up 1 of 3 new x-star pixel perfect screens from dream seller.

I have to say this display is jaw dropping. I've never used a 1440 screen let alone a screen faster than 60hz. perfect OC at 96hz and while yes the color is a bit darker i plan to calibrate using a color monkey device.

best purchase ever.

no dead pixels as they advertised. and to top it all off. absolutely 0 back light bleed. Best part is that the box was beat to hell with a nice hole in the bottom corner. But korea to utah in only 3 days. you can't beat that!
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