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post #7161 of 25893
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Originally Posted by jerrolds View Post

Would you mind posting them? Cuz im using 119hz@459.86Mhz clock - at 120hz, i get the occasional green scan line thing...maybe 461.45Mhz is more "stable" for these monitors

Not at all:

Front Porch: 48 4
Sync width: 32 5
Back porch: 12 1
Blanking: 92 10
Total: 2652 1450

@120hz using a bluejeanscable, not the stock cable.
post #7162 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Quwe View Post

Hello people! First time poster here.

I've read through the other QNIX thread and decided to pull the trigger this weekend. I was just wondering which seller should I buy from; Accesorieswhole, excellentcastle or bigclothcraft? Do they all ship fast to Europe? (I live in Finland btw).

Accesorieswhole seems to have quite big stock (like 200 avail.) so I guess (s)he would ship it asap. Not really about the others since they have only like couple of them.

Pretty sure Ebay detects your country, and then only show the sellers which ship there. Unless you've disabled that option. I went with Accesorieswhole, said to be pretty problem free seller, they also send worldwide and had no issues sending to Sweden.
post #7163 of 25893
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Originally Posted by JohanSWEC View Post


Yeah I think I'll go with accesorieswhole smile.gif
How long did it take for you to arrive? what about the taxes?
post #7164 of 25893
Wish these monitors would go on sale again. Been wanting to pick up a second one lately.
post #7165 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Quwe View Post

Yeah I think I'll go with accesorieswhole smile.gif
How long did it take for you to arrive? what about the taxes?

Haven't recieved it yet, so can't say. Regarding taxes, it's the normal "moms" and possible administration fees. So something like 25% + 100 SEK, think they usually write down the taxed price though. Heard they usually write it as $150-200. Pretty sure there isn't any customs fees on electronic's.

Though, this is only from what I've read and might be wrong, I'm not worried though. No idea how it's in Finland though...
post #7166 of 25893
Just got my display, No dead pixels checked with dead pixel buddy. Least I can't find them(they may just be that small)


BLB is pretty bad but im used to it from my old ASUS VS24, No super hot spots or anything

Stand did suck but its usable. Hated that I had to take the bezel off just to remove the stand foot. Mounted on a proper vesa stand.

Back Bezel is probably one of the cheapest, crappiest bezels I've ever seen on a monitor. Haven't tried overclocking or calibration yet, but so far I love it.
post #7167 of 25893
I ordered a pair of x-star DP2710LED's from dream-seller, says he's not active until Monday so we shall see when they actually arrive I guess.

I wanted Glossy but I can deal with matte, I don't have to worry about reflections at least. Hopefully I don't set my 660 Ti on fire trying to play games on it... though I'm more worried about if the stock 660 ti from evga actually has two dual link DVI ports like the specs page says redface.gif
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post #7168 of 25893
Here are my timing, no artifacts. I'm using this cable: http://www.amazon.com/Monoprice-24AWG-Dual-DVI-D-Cable/dp/B003L11FIQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1377385659&sr=8-1&keywords=24awg+dvi-d



Also, does this monitor work with the GeForce 327.23 driver with the NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher?
post #7169 of 25893
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Originally Posted by hutt132 View Post

Here are my timing, no artifacts. I'm using this cable: http://www.amazon.com/Monoprice-24AWG-Dual-DVI-D-Cable/dp/B003L11FIQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1377385659&sr=8-1&keywords=24awg+dvi-d



Also, does this monitor work with the GeForce 327.23 driver with the NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher?
Yep, works just fine on 327.23.

How do you do for image burn with those timings? Is there any way we can avoid it @ 120hz or is it a given?
post #7170 of 25893
I'm guessing image burn is if you leave a still image on your screen for a while, it will still show that image for a little bit if you pull something else up?

With my monitor OCed to 120Hz I haven't seen any image burn even after I had my desktop up for hours.
Edited by hutt132 - 9/20/13 at 10:32pm
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