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Originally Posted by Xentar712 View Post

So does anyone with a glossy panel not have a glass panel on top? I'm seeing more "tempered glass" listings from sellers that also have a glossy listing. I ordered glossy and it had glass so I just want to make sure they are the same if I order a second one.

I got a glossy panel from Bigclothcraft and it dose not have a tempered glass panel.
post #6602 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Xentar712 View Post

So does anyone with a glossy panel not have a glass panel on top? I'm seeing more "tempered glass" listings from sellers that also have a glossy listing. I ordered glossy and it had glass so I just want to make sure they are the same if I order a second one.
My glossy QNIX from green-sum did not come with a glass panel. I would assume they sent you the wrong one.
post #6603 of 25893
Can anybody else detect a faint *clicking* sound right before bios and again sometime during the OS loads? That's the only times that happens, but I'm not sure why.
post #6604 of 25893
Man, I cant decide. The X-star is on sale from dreamseller for 279 or 309 for a PP panel. For 50-20 bucks more I can get it from ipsledmonitors.com that also has a guarantee of free return shipping if there is a problem and I can return no questions asked. Man I cannot decide as a lot of people here seem to have issues with dreamseller..
Edited by timaishu - 9/7/13 at 11:55am
post #6605 of 25893
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Originally Posted by timaishu View Post

Man, I cant decide. The X-star is on sale from dreamseller for 279 or 309 for a PP panel. For 50-20 bucks more I can get it from ipsledmonitors.com that also has a guarantee of free return shipping if there is a problem and I can return no questions asked. Man I cannot decide as a lot of people here seem to have issues with dreamseller..
If you're patient and not ordering till Monday/Tuesday i'll do a follow up review with the monitor I bought from dreamseller on the xstar.
post #6606 of 25893
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Originally Posted by timaishu View Post

Man, I cant decide. The X-star is on sale from dreamseller for 279 or 309 for a PP panel. For 50-20 bucks more I can get it from ipsledmonitors.com that also has a guarantee of free return shipping if there is a problem and I can return no questions asked. Man I cannot decide as a lot of people here seem to have issues with dreamseller..
Doesn't really matter where you buy it, it could have BLB and stuck or dead pixels from any seller. Don't buy PP!
And defective screens are pretty rare.
post #6607 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Deluxe View Post

Doesn't really matter where you buy it, it could have BLB and stuck or dead pixels from any seller. Don't buy PP!
And defective screens are pretty rare.

I know that, but it seems I could return it on those grounds to the ipsledmonitors website, not the case for dreamseller.
Edited by timaishu - 9/7/13 at 12:23pm
post #6608 of 25893
I fixed my BLB pretty easily without the tape mod, I just used paper.
post #6609 of 25893
I'm still undecided on whether to return my monitor. I think I'm getting a bit used to it, it doesn't look quite as noticeable on colors now, but blacks still look like they have a weird metal sheen over them.
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Hey, are you guys using the EDID Color Temperature setting (basically the monitor's specified setting according to Catalyst control panel) or the regular default? Which is likely to be better?

Any thoughts on this? Just curious about what you guys are using and what is likely to give better picture quality.
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