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Originally Posted by xlim3y View Post

I've been looking through some of the listed sites, and I've found a few good ones. But yes, the .zip would be much appreciated. I didn't see a link to it, so I'd be quite grateful if you could link it for me.

Thanks mate!

Did you get an import invoice?
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Originally Posted by DiceAir View Post

I meant it's not downclocking. not running at 99% load...lol. I'm using vsync in games dude. and i'm running 96hz

I meant it's in 3d clock 24/7

If you're running at 96Hz then your video card won't downclock (my experience). Unless I'm gaming I run at 60Hz, and the cards downclock fine.

Here's a thread to help you with downclocking and P states:
http://www.overclock.net/t/964370/howto-dual-monitor-downclocking-fix-for-nvidia-cards/0_40
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Originally Posted by gl0ry View Post

He seems very slow just based on what experience I have with him. I'm trying to cancel an order with him because I wanted to get a pixel perfect version from another dealer who guarantees 0 dead pixels.

Dream-seller hasn't refunded me yet and it's already been over 10 hours since he said he'd refund me.

Speaking of, is Pixel-Perfect worth it if the seller guarantees 0 dead pixels? Price is 359, which is about 60-70 dollars more per monitor give or take.

After seeing what a dead pixel looks like on my friend's Qnix, I decided not to pay for pixel perfect. Bright pixel would annoy me but dead pixels are really not that noticeable on these panels imho. I guess if it was in the center maybe I would care a little... I'm a little more tolerant than most though. My current monitor has severe BLB according to other posters here and I don't mind it. I currently have the monoprice 27" 1440 IPS
post #6084 of 25905
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Originally Posted by coelacanth View Post

If you're running at 96Hz then your video card won't downclock (my experience). Unless I'm gaming I run at 60Hz, and the cards downclock fine.

Here's a thread to help you with downclocking and P states:
http://www.overclock.net/t/964370/howto-dual-monitor-downclocking-fix-for-nvidia-cards/0_40

Untrue, my gtx 680 goes down just fine to P8 which is 0.978 V and 324 MHz on both core and memory.
post #6085 of 25905
Here to enter the club! I bought the a normal matte Qnix from Green-Sum for about $270. The monitor has minimum black light bleeding and 1 dead pixel from what I found! It took about 1-2ish days for them to ship it out and it got here in less than a week. I've also heard good customer services from Green-Sum as well, so it made me lean towards to buy theirs (Not to mention it's the cheapest I believe).

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post #6086 of 25905
EDIT:
Having issues with SC2 and SLI.
The korean monitor will go blank when i go into SC2 in SLI mode.
Edited by theilya - 8/23/13 at 10:16am
post #6087 of 25905
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Originally Posted by Doofus McGwire View Post

Very much enjoying this beautiful piece of gear along with my SLI'd 760s, but I've run into an incredibly annoying problems.

My QNIX 27" 2560x1440 randomly goes into stand-by mode, and the only way to get video back is to reboot. This has happened most frequently at steady-state (no foreground programs or apps running), but a few times it has also gone into stand-by while loading web pages or when I open the CPU-Z and Core Temp tools, for example.

Any ideas why this is happening?

I thought it was b/c I was running an "uneven" triple monitor set up of [1920x1080] - [2560x1440] - [1920x1080], but I've disco'd the two 1920s, and still, the 2560x1440 all by itself (as the only monitor in use) still goes into stand-by under the conditions mentioned above.

FWIW, I have the 320.49 drivers for my GPU, and I haven't OC'd the monitor at all.
I did pull in the ASUS profile though, could that be the problem. Maybe I didn't do it completely or correctly?
Could the SLI setup be screwing things up? I can go single-card for a stretch and see if there's any difference, of course.


Ugh. I'm a dummy. Thought I scrubbed all 600 pages, but I see back on page 498 or so references to this problem.
It's on NVidia to address via updated drivers.

Edit: Oh snap...Tue 8/20's 326.80 beta might do it.

Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 326.80
The following sections list the important changes and the most common issues resolved
since version 326.41. This list is only a subset of the total number of changes made in this
driver version. The NVIDIA bug number is provided for reference.
Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 Fixed
Issues
 Some 27" 1440p monitors with Korean B grade panels are not detected. [1329305]

Edited by Doofus McGwire - 8/23/13 at 11:01am
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Hey guys,

I've had my monitor for a few weeks now and I really am amazed at how nice it is. One thing I do notice, and maybe I'm making a bigger deal out of it than I should but the BLB at the bottom centre is quite noticeable on dark backgrounds.

Would it be worth trying the tape fix listed on the first page??

I'd like to get rid of it if iI could. I tried playing wiht the screws on the back but it only made it worse.
post #6089 of 25905
Hey guys,

I've had my monitor for a few weeks now and I really am amazed at how nice it is. One thing I do notice, and maybe I'm making a bigger deal out of it than I should but the BLB at the bottom centre is quite noticeable on dark backgrounds.

Would it be worth trying the tape fix listed on the first page??

I'd like to get rid of it if iI could. I tried playing wiht the screws on the back but it only made it worse.
post #6090 of 25905
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Originally Posted by fagoatse View Post

Untrue, my gtx 680 goes down just fine to P8 which is 0.978 V and 324 MHz on both core and memory.

True. There are a lot of variables -- SLI, multi-monitor etc. etc.

My point was that it doesn't necessarily mean anything wrong if it won't downclock at 96Hz.

DiceAir doesn't have a sig rig so I don't know if (s)he's running SLI, multiple monitors, what video card etc.

Edit:
DiceAir is running SLI GTX570s. I am running SLI GTX580s. When I'm at 96Hz my cards don't downclock either (though I'm running 2 monitors). But one of my cards does downclock at 60Hz (with SLI one card will always stay at full clocks).

So that's normal behavior on a GTX5xx SLI setup at 96Hz.
Edited by coelacanth - 8/23/13 at 10:55am
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