Originally Posted by junkrok
That looks like the screen tearing I get on mine. However, I think another cable is worth a shot, also if you have another GPU to connect it to that would tell you a lot as well.
I disagree, people are willing to pay more for no dead pixels and minimal BLB. I think that's the main thing holding people back from buying one. He could actually sell it for more if it were guaranteed, many have said they would pay $100 more just for that kind of service on these. I actually stopped OCing mine, the image retention was becoming annoying and 96Hz didn't provide a significant difference.
How is the monoprice zero-g any better? It's just a re-badged shimian and has a "5-dead pixel warranty", bad advice.
5 dead pixel warranty over a year, meaning they won't cover the exchange past 30 days if dead pixels appear over time. You can return it for exchange no questions asked within the 30 days. I got one on a Massdrop a few months ago. The ones sold there are guaranteed pixel perfect Apparently Monoprice checks them all before shipping and almost nobody had a dead pixel. The couple that did, got exchanges right away. From my understanding, the guy who organized the Massdrop found that Monoprice checks all their monitors for dead pixels even though they don't advertise it.
It's debatable if it's better or not. If you don't want to OC and don't mind glossy, $350 is a good price for an included warranty and 30 day hassle free return. Unless you can think of a better deal? I personally prefer the QNIX but I want to OC so I'm biased