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So if I want a 3 monitor setup, I have to get a dp monitor correct since I'm using the 2 dual link dvi's on my 780 gtx. There for I won't be able to oc because the controller board for the hi/dp will not allow for oc and will introduce input lag... Correct?

Just going back to that post made a few pages back that was really long and talking about some of the controllers.... Also where is this thicker gauge wire that you guys are getting?

Finally the best price I see is 289 on eBay by sum green or what ever his name was. My last shimain was from bigcloth but he seems quite a bit more expensive now.
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Guys, does it matter which value(horizontal or vertical) is lower under total pixels? I'm trying to reduce panel uniformity and flickers and I've been wondering about it. Does it affect anything or it's pixel clock that matters? I noticed that if I go 1447 a blue line appears but it doesn't at 1448, should I aim for the lowers clock possible or there should be some headroom?

The total pixel count must be higher than active pixels. This is going to be the rendered pixels VS actual pixels. Getting the rendered pixels as close to actual pixels as possible is generally the best initial strategy the blue line is a break in pixel rendering where part of the pixel count in a vertical or horizontal is missing or rendered around. This is part of the conversion or render method that GPU's use to effectively display an image on the screen which is going to be different than the panel resolution. This is kinda similar to the difference between FPS and HZ. I am trying to find some links to documentation for you guys but it is an odd search because all the terms are too similar to other topics.
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Where do you live? I got mine over a month ago and no invoice.

I live in the U.S.A
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I live in the U.S.A
What did the seller value it at?

I would contact the seller then Fedex.
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post #5925 of 25893
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What did the seller value it at?

I would contact the seller then Fedex.

I bought 3 and he valued it at 280 each.
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The total pixel count must be higher than active pixels. This is going to be the rendered pixels VS actual pixels. Getting the rendered pixels as close to actual pixels as possible is generally the best initial strategy the blue line is a break in pixel rendering where part of the pixel count in a vertical or horizontal is missing or rendered around. This is part of the conversion or render method that GPU's use to effectively display an image on the screen which is going to be different than the panel resolution. This is kinda similar to the difference between FPS and HZ. I am trying to find some links to documentation for you guys but it is an odd search because all the terms are too similar to other topics.

Interesting, but as long as I stay way from 2560x1440 it should be fine right? That blue line also got me curious as it appeared on the bottom (so horizontal pixels) and yet it got fixed by increasing vertical. Im currently at 2644 x 1449 and everything seems to be well.

I've got another question, is there any benefit in using CRU as opposed to Nvidia CPL + Catleap inf driver? I'm only aiming at 96Hz which is easily achievable so I figured I don't need it.
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I've been reading a lot - hundreds - of pages from this thread.

I was set to buy a monitor when it suddenly hit me - what am I going to do about audio?

My current setup is HDMI through an amplifier which is passed through to a 1080p television. I've already tested and confirmed that I can connect the TV via DVI and still route audio via HDMI into the amplifier. However, Windows still treats the HDMI connection as a video output and it needs to be enabled (as if a second screen) in order to work. After researching. I understand that you cannot output audio only via HDMI.

Am I correct that I read somewhere in this giant thread that there are issues using the Qnix in a multi-display configuration if the other displays have different settings (i.e. resolution and refresh rate)? I'd like to clock the Qnix to 96Hz but fear that my 1080p 60Hz amp/TV will prevent this.

Using extended desktop is a pain because it creates a second screen (which isn't actually there) for the mouse to get lost on and it causes my GPU memory clock to lock at 1575Mhz instead of 150Mhz! The 'duplicate screen' option prevents both of these issues but is surely only available when the screen specs match?.

Am I completely out of luck if I want to carry on using HDMI for audio?
Edited by Klopek - 8/20/13 at 12:41pm
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finally i grab my Qnix in my hands thumb.gif
after long tour from Korea to UK then through EU to Turkey and iraq biggrin.gif









jumping from nasty LG E2240 with vga to that PLS 1440p is the biggest step to me in my hardware history
the agent is excellent castle cost me 309$ plus 110$ shipping for 420$ total price absolutely worth every cent
the colour look vivid and more nature ,no edge bleed in my eyes but i can capure little bleeding in the corners by Camera
also there is no dead pixel thanks God , love it so much and thanks guys for that thread thumb.gif
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post #5930 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Klopek View Post

I've been reading a lot - hundreds - of pages from this thread.

I was set to buy a monitor when it suddenly hit me - what am I going to do about audio?

My current setup is HDMI through an amplifier which is passed through to a 1080p television. I've already tested and confirmed that I can connect the TV via DVI and still route audio via HDMI into the amplifier. However, Windows still treats the HDMI connection as a video output and it needs to be enabled (as if a second screen) in order to work. After researching. I understand that you cannot output audio only via HDMI.

Am I correct that I read somewhere in this giant thread that there are issues using the Qnix in a multi-display configuration if the other displays have different settings (i.e. resolution and refresh rate)? I'd like to clock the Qnix to 96Hz but fear that my 1080p 60Hz amp/TV will prevent this.

Using extended desktop is a pain because it creates a second screen (which isn't actually there) for the mouse to get lost on and it causes my GPU memory clock to lock at 1575Mhz instead of 150Mhz! The 'duplicate screen' option prevents both of these issues but is surely only available when the screen specs match?.

Am I completely out of luck if I want to carry on using HDMI for audio?

I have no idea about your audio configuration, however, I THINK (could be wrong) that the program DisplayFusion corrects the Extended Desktop invisible monitor space between bezels. If there truly is an entire extra invisible monitor created by your HDMI connection, nevermind!

In an Extended Desktop setup, multiple displays dont need to have the same resolution/refresh rate. If the invisible monitor space between BEZELS is your only complaint about using the Extend Desktop mode, try to find out if DisplayFusion corrects it smile.gif

Again, I could be mistaken/misunderstrood your issue!
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