Originally Posted by Doofus McGwire
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
Some 27" 1440p monitors with Korean B grade panels are not detected. 
I'm using Nvidia drivers 320.49 for my gigabyte 760s SLI and I dont have those problems.
My Qnix is overclocked to 120Hz on auto/cvt_reduced settings.
The way I set it up was by applying the full-nvidia patch, then installing catleap drivers for my monitor, and finally creating the profile using NVidia control panel.
I had to use the second DVI port on the graphics card because a minor line would occasionally appear. Therefore, I had to reinstall the monitor driver since I changed the dvi port.
Finally, I plug in my secondary monitor and setup my desktop the way I want it, in terms of positioning and gamma.
EDIT: Don't forget to remove your GPU overclocks before you do this.Edited by frozen60 - 8/23/13 at 11:40am