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Originally Posted by Semus View Post

I actually had to file an A-Z claim against Mise Net for not contacting me about my Crossover and the blue tint on the left side of the screen. I'm going to return it for a full refund, but the dealer is being a PITA. I had to call Amazon and file a claim.

Just so you know, if the seller does not cooperate, Amazon will take all of their products off of their website all because of one claim. Isn't that crazy!?!? On top of that, Amazon told me that if the seller doesn't want to cooperate, Amazon would give me a full refund and I wouldn't have to return the monitor lol. that's just nuts. I could end up with a free Crossover if this seller doesn't help me out. Still, I'd like to get the refund ASAP, so I hope this dealer really comes through.


Amazon does it right most of the time when it comes to customer service (and are a lot better than most companies), even when they make mistakes, which is why I prefer to purchase from them when feasible.
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post #6783 of 25892
Any more views on tempered glass monitors? Is dust getting behind the glass a common problem?
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Originally Posted by timaishu View Post

Purchase a squaretrade warranty with accidental damage protection. And file a claim after like a month or something so it dosnt look shady.

Lol thanks for the suggestion, I just have too much of a conscious to do something like that. I think I'm just going to continue to watch this thread to see peoples posts about different sellers and how they are getting treated if they have to return their monitors do to issues before I bite the bullet again.
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Well i got my QNIX today - and im able to hit 135hz, although theres some artifacting. Going back down to 120hz permanently which is nice. Looking for decent color profiles for glossy panels in dark room environment. So far not as nice looking as my Tempest or CrossOver w/ color profiles.

The backlight bleed is terrible though.

Going to attempt the tape mod fix, ive already opened it up to replace the stand...but i have to remove the metal frame around the panel as well? Is it easy to just pop off?

Just finished with my tape mod - and its a lot better, but i could still improve on bending the metal frame...maybe ill try again another time, took me just under an hour and a half to take it apart, unplug the insides, bend the frame by hand, tape mod it, and put it all back together.

Here it is at middle brightness


And at full brightness (120hz)
post #6786 of 25892
I almost wish I never read this thread and jus bought it without ever looking here. Because of you guys, for the first time ever, I noticed that my monitor(my qnix comes tomorrow) that Ive had for 6 years has BLB. Its not bad at all, way better than the pictures seen here, but Ive never noticed it before. -_-
post #6787 of 25892
Hi,

Apologize if this question has been answered. Could the Crossover brand monitor be overclocked? The price in Ebay for Qnix and X-Star have increased, sigh. Please feedback on Crossover Monitor.

thank you.
post #6788 of 25892
I got a PP Glossy X-Star from Dreamseller and 0 dead pixels, but did get some backlight bleed.

I set it to 96hz and everything worked great.

I just did the same method with CRU and 120hz and it seems to have worked. If I don't see any artifacts, does that mean I'm good to go? Do I need to do anything else ? I see a lot of people tweaking their setting and I was even looking into the front porch method so It can't be as easy as setting the refresh rate to 120HZ in CRU and hitting save, right?

I verified the refresh rate using the UFO Test in my browser and it showed 120hz.
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Originally Posted by Stylook View Post

Hi,

Apologize if this question has been answered. Could the Crossover brand monitor be overclocked? The price in Ebay for Qnix and X-Star have increased, sigh. Please feedback on Crossover Monitor.

thank you.

It can be, but the native refresh rate stays at 60Hz. So these are still superior.
    
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Originally Posted by Stylook View Post

Hi,

Apologize if this question has been answered. Could the Crossover brand monitor be overclocked? The price in Ebay for Qnix and X-Star have increased, sigh. Please feedback on Crossover Monitor.

thank you.
Single input can be overclocked (at last check) to about 66hz. This is a hard limit - the controller in the monitor cannot handle greater than 67hz. None of the other CrossOvers have been shown to overclock.
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