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I think I remember reading somewhere that yellowing of the screen is caused by too much pressure on the panel from the casing. Not sure if that is your problem but I think it could be something around those lines. Could try loosening some screws and see if that fixes it.

Hm, I dont think that's possible is it? it's just the whole color profile of the monitor./
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Hm, I dont think that's possible is it? it's just the whole color profile of the monitor./

Well it is the fact that you said yellow made me think of the pressure issue. I'll look around to see if that is indeed something that causes yellowing of the image color. Hopefully someone who knows more then me will chime in.
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Well it is the fact that you said yellow made me think of the pressure issue. I'll look around to see if that is indeed something that causes yellowing of the image color. Hopefully someone who knows more then me will chime in.

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Hm, I dont think that's possible is it? it's just the whole color profile of the monitor./

All right, around page 182 they are talking about yellowing. It seems that if your whole screen has a yellow tint then it can be fixed by a color profile. If it is only a certain area then it is probably caused by BLB which can be fixed too.

Hope that helped a little. I swear I read somewhere about pressure having an effect on the panels. I am kinda sleep deprived though and we all know what happens when you mix that and answering on forums. I also accidentally went to a certain three letter forum site looking for answers....this site is much more mature is all I can really say about that!
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All right, around page 182 they are talking about yellowing. It seems that if your whole screen has a yellow tint then it can be fixed by a color profile. If it is only a certain area then it is probably caused by BLB which can be fixed too.

Hope that helped a little. I swear I read somewhere about pressure having an effect on the panels. I am kinda sleep deprived though and we all know what happens when you mix that and answering on forums. I also accidentally went to a certain three letter forum site looking for answers....this site is much more mature is all I can really say about that!

Yeah I'm looking for a color profile for that, cant find one yet frown.gif
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Yeah I'm looking for a color profile for that, cant find one yet frown.gif

The OP has stuff listed on color profiles. You probably already looked at that though.

I wish you the best of luck friend. When my monitor finally comes we'll see if I have the same issues. With my luck with this purchase I probably will.
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The 1st post has plenty of color profiles to chose from.

OP needs to change the thread title to Qnix/X-Star PLS: Refer to 1st Post for All Relevant Info
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none really fix it. How do you make your own profile?

if anyone finds one to fix yellow tint please let me know
Edited by Tray - 8/29/13 at 2:26am
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I have the QNIX 2710, and instead of following the OP's method of overclocking, I just went to the NVIDIA control panel and set a custom resolution to 75Hz. Is this safe? Or should I be using a different method/setting a different frame rate?

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none really fix it. How do you make your own profile?

if anyone finds one to fix yellow tint please let me know

You could use the nvidia control panel or amd catalyst to edit the colors. I would assume you would need more blue to counteract the "warm" yellow. Tweaking it by your eye can take forever but if you get it to where you can deal with it you will get used to it. Or if you have access to a monitor spyder that will give you a very VERY accurate color profile but they are pricey for what could be a one time use.
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The 1st post has plenty of color profiles to chose from.

OP needs to change the thread title to Qnix/X-Star PLS: Refer to 1st Post for All Relevant Info

I know that. I was talking about ICC profiles to correct the yellowish tint. I've since then used the RGB adjustment in the Nvidia Drivers and have found a fairly suitable level. The differences are mostly in the whiite, which can't really be adjusted too much, but the other colors are pretty spot on.

The one I use as my main monitor is really amazing though. I'm using the Asus PB278Q v3.icc. That is by far my favorite one.

accessorieswhole is an amazing business. I told messaged them about my second monitor having a slight a yellow tint. Their reply was that they can't guarantee colors are all uniform (of course no one can) and he even offered me to refund the difference from the pixel perfect and normal panel price.

I cannot recommend these guys enough. 2 days from South Korea to USA, perfect customer service, responds within minutes.
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