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i don't see why this is such a big deal. so far you only tried a different cable, which many have indicated has little or no effect on OC. if you were that concerned wouldn't you try another GPU/drivers, even another PC? I actually stopped OCing mine because the gamma and "burn in" we're annoying. I think these monitors are awesome 1440/27" PLS monitors, but are not good 120Hz monitors as many of us have some issue. And yes, I realize this is overclock.net

edit: also, if I had a verified pixel perfect monitor, I'd keep it or sell it, since there is such a high demand for it
Edited by junkrok - 9/23/13 at 12:49pm
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

Try searching "clouding" in this thread and the crossover thread. Also you can optimize your timings to not have so much gamma shift and color uniformity. This is NOT burn-in(which does NOT happen with these monitors at all. These monitor have color retention at overclocked speeds which is temporary)

Can some one elaborate on this color retention? I see it a the image being burned in and it last for a few hours or until the next image is "burned."

He is a video I just shot and it has the same effect on 60hz and 100hz
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Maybe the current models are, but resolution and color gamut are independent of each other. If Qnix decided to make a 2560x1600 monitor, it doesn't necessarily have to have a wide color gamut.

True; just commenting on what exists *today*.
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Your particular QNIX is defective past 60hz which is really too bad - you bought it using ipsledmonitors right? i would take advantage of their no questions asked return policy and go for another one.

Though beforehand make sure stock is back to levels where they can offer a replacement and not just a refund.
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Can some one elaborate on this color retention? I see it a the image being burned in and it last for a few hours or until the next image is "burned."

He is a video I just shot and it has the same effect on 60hz and 100hz

I see that "color burn in" even at 96hz, but I didn't think these monitors had that problem at 60Hz. which why i don't OC my QNIX anymore.
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Do all of these have burn in at higher refresh?
post #7256 of 25911
Mine doesnt - i've looked for it, but nothing so far. I havent left a screen with white text/dark backgroundf or more than say 30mins or so though. Normal use i havent seen any Image Retention. I've tested using solid color backgrounds and the only anomalies is slight cloudiness in some areas of the screen @120hz - totally not noticeable outside of solid color (green + white) slides

I dont see any trace of IR from where the windows task bar/time is either - so i think my panel is luckily immune.
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Do all of these have burn in at higher refresh?

i'm going to say, yes, they all seem to exhibit some burn in. i think it's more noticeable with high contrast patterns which jerrolds, post above, doesn't mention testing. if you were working in excel for a day then went to another color you'd probably notice it.
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I never noticed any either though only ran 120Hz for a matter of hours and 96 for a month or so as yet.
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I'm thinking buying this http://www.ipsledmonitors.com/QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-II-Monitor-p/qni4.htm Are they anygood? Like returns or RMA's?
post #7260 of 25911
Yeah, I'm still not sure about ipsledmonitor's return policy since a few months ago they said that they covered the cost of return shipping but now their site says they don't cover return shipping or refund initial shipping cost. Starting to seem sketch. $50 just for shipping back and forth to return.
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