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Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain View Post

Well you can right-click and choose Install Profile but there is a bit more to it than that especially to ensure that Windows uses the ICC's gamma adjustment as well (otherwise you often don't see much difference). Start in the OP as said and there is a really good guide about ICC installation at TFTCentral (think linked in OP).

As for your bleed it's generally not that bad and that one spot on the bottom right may be able to be reduced by simply removing the bottom screws from that side.
Fixed that for ya. smile.gif You are the one of the very few to report such difficulties so at this point I would say it's likely not the monitor. There's hope yet!

Thankyou! I will try to remove some screws on that side then. This monitor is the best ive ever seen of any TV/monitor, theres so many pixels facebook home feed only takes up 1/3 of the screen with browser fullscreen. Its looks great in games too, soooo much sharper than my last monitor and soooo much brighter.

Also I think the stuff about taxes in the uk on the main page is a bit confusing, it needs we written and u should put some good sllers for british people there as well.

"hello guys i just received my qnix matte from amazon.co.uk from MNW GLOBAL INC. Ordered Friday and came by monday, no customs charges or delivery charges.Came with an adapter for british plugs, dvi cable, audio cable and a personal letter!! I highly recommend this seller to British people. "
post #7012 of 25891
Guys im about to buy a QX2710, from hulustar, its this item here - http://www.ebay.com/itm/27-QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-2-ll-2560x1440-WQHD-Samsung-PLS-Monitor-Matt-Screen-/130868312541

I take it theres nothing I should be aware of that should stop me buying this monitor is there?

thanks all
post #7013 of 25891
I used accessorieswide - shipped Wed, arrived Mon - and when i complained about the excessive BLB, they were pretty prompt on responses (a day max) and i ended up getting some credit back.
post #7014 of 25891
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Guys im about to buy a QX2710, from hulustar, its this item here - http://www.ebay.com/itm/27-QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-2-ll-2560x1440-WQHD-Samsung-PLS-Monitor-Matt-Screen-/130868312541

I take it theres nothing I should be aware of that should stop me buying this monitor is there?

thanks all
Why not buy PP (they claim 0 pixels is their policy) for $319 ($10 off when you sign up) from OverclockMonitor.com?
I ordered mine yesterday late for me and was shipped the same day and it is going to be delivered tomorrow. I was able to get constant fast replies to all my inquiries.
I cannot be 100% is a great deal until I get it tomorrow but so far, I am impressed. thumb.gif
post #7015 of 25891
For some reason the normal QX2710 and PP QX2710 from green-sum doesnt ship to UK, so I ordered this one from greensum instead - http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140997037695
post #7016 of 25891
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Why not buy PP (they claim 0 pixels is their policy) for $319 ($10 off when you sign up) from OverclockMonitor.com?
I ordered mine yesterday late for me and was shipped the same day and it is going to be delivered tomorrow. I was able to get constant fast replies to all my inquiries.
I cannot be 100% is a great deal until I get it tomorrow but so far, I am impressed. thumb.gif

Because when it says perfect pixel it generally does not count dark pixels, bright pixels or stuck pixels. Also if it has dead pixels and they can actually be proven to be dead pixels then do they refund you/RMA or are they going to try and refund a certain amount relative to the amount of dead pixel(NOT counting dark, bright or stuck). These are important questions to ask before trying a commonly known scam. If they count dark, bright and stuck pixels in their PP policy and it is a full RMA/refund then i agree it would be a great deal. It would also be made better if it could be bought in conjunction with a square trade warranty as teh ST warranty would be in line with the PP policy.
post #7017 of 25891
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Why not buy PP (they claim 0 pixels is their policy) for $319 ($10 off when you sign up) from OverclockMonitor.com?
I ordered mine yesterday late for me and was shipped the same day and it is going to be delivered tomorrow. I was able to get constant fast replies to all my inquiries.
I cannot be 100% is a great deal until I get it tomorrow but so far, I am impressed. thumb.gif

Perfect pixel is a scam. They allow a few dead pixels, and there's no reason to believe that you'll get a better monitor than a regular.
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post #7018 of 25891
Yes but still, the price is cheaper and at least there will be no dead pixels (even if dark ones are not counted) so price wise is cheaper so that was my point. I was not going to pay extra for PP if it was the usual $30 or more that people ask for.
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Perfect pixel is a scam. They allow a few dead pixels, and there's no reason to believe that you'll get a b etter monitor than a regular.

Again, see his link, is $345 , mine is $319 so whats your point? PP or not, is still cheaper mate.
post #7020 of 25891
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Again, see his link, is $345 , mine is $319 so whats your point? PP or not, is still cheaper mate.

Well that may be so, but ive never bought anything from overclockmonitor.com....id rather stick to ebay and follow everyone else.
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