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post #6471 of 25888
Hey everyone just got my Qnix monitor and I overclocked it straight to 120hz. It runs fine but there is a slight horizontal flicker in the top right side of my monitor. It runs fine otherwise and is barely noticeable but does anyone know how to fix this??
post #6472 of 25888
So I took apart my monitor again to redo the BLB tape fix. It is better along the bottom but I managed to create a new bleed area on the top and in the bottom right corner. I then took it apart again and taped all the sides but that didn't fix the new bleed areas. I am wondering if it is okay to put a second layer of tape on along the top and the bottom right corner or if that is going to be too thick and cause bleeding everywhere else on the monitor. I have already taken the monitor all the way apart twice tonight and am not looking forward to it again because of risking damage. Anyone already try multiple layers of tape?
post #6473 of 25888
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Originally Posted by UrbanToast View Post

Hey everyone just got my Qnix monitor and I overclocked it straight to 120hz. It runs fine but there is a slight horizontal flicker in the top right side of my monitor. It runs fine otherwise and is barely noticeable but does anyone know how to fix this??

Same thing happen to me at 120hz.

I tuned it to 117hz, it works fine now!
post #6474 of 25888
Could the dvi cable it came with be the reason this is happening?? I played around with different refresh rates and only at 60hz is it gone. I'm not getting any frame skipping just this annoying flicker.
post #6475 of 25888
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Originally Posted by trippinonprozac View Post

What size 1080p monitors did you go portrait with? Also - who did dream seller use to ship to you?

One is a 23" Dell u2312, the other is 23.6" AOC2436vwh which isn't IPS so it can look a bit funny in portrait.

He used fedex I believe
post #6476 of 25888
My top right flicker is reduced when i drop the refresh rate down to 96hz but i really want to get it to 120hz. Anyone know what the problem is.
post #6477 of 25888
Have you tried the suggestions of Spartan F8 just a few pages back?
post #6478 of 25888
On almost every page, the same advice about overclocking is repeated over and over and over and over again...

People...read. Nobody is asking you to read 600 pages, but just jacking up the refresh rate and having expectations is...not a very smart thing to do, particularly with the side effects you get doing such a thing.

When you see a bunch of numbers next to the one you're editing, then it's time to learn what those numbers do.
post #6479 of 25888
Mate there is no need to be rude. I have got the overclock fairly stable except for some scan lines occasionally and one corner of my screen is darker than the rest. What would i need to adjust in CRU to fix this?
post #6480 of 25888
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Originally Posted by UrbanToast View Post

Mate there is no need to be rude. I have got the overclock fairly stable except for some scan lines occasionally and one corner of my screen is darker than the rest. What would i need to adjust in CRU to fix this?
I am not being rude, but this question has been asked a million times already. Search for "Front Porch" in this thread, for example, you'll stumble upon Spartan F8's posts where he has given excruciating detail into what he's done to reduce the pixel clock.

Even the reply above mine has mentioned looking a few pages back to find the same posts I'm leading you to.

And you've just described a side effect which solution has been covered several times already...lower the pixel clock by adjusting other settings.
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