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post #7431 of 25889
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Originally Posted by mcsmgs View Post

No. I am adding only supported resolutions (2560x1440). I've managed to get both windows and CCC to show up to 84hz( LCD Reduced) which the monitor supports. anything above 2560x1440@84hz simply don't show up anywhere after I restart.

That's what is bugging me. they don't show up at all regardless whether my monitor support it or not. From which version of CCC gives you the choice to display EDID not supported on the resolution list?

Should I start considering a better cable even though I think is unlikely the case?

No not yet..i would uninstall/reinstall your drivers, at which point will blow out your patched pixel clock. Re-run Toastys patcher and start fresh. If you tried installing custom monitor drivers, id uninstall them too. My CrossOver/Tempest/QNIX were all the default "Dual Link DVI" or something, whatever the generic 1440p monitor drivers are.
post #7432 of 25889
hey all,

I had a look at the first page regarding duty costs to Canada and I see the one person did not have to pay duty. However, I do see here and there people in Canada had to pay. Can anyone confirm? Do we not have a free trade agreement with SK?
post #7433 of 25889
We (Canada) dont have free trade with Korea afaik - i had to pay about $35 for my QNIX for duty, Accessorieswhole put a $200 value on the package.
post #7434 of 25889
Your sure that not just tax?

I used a few duty calculators and it does show duty at 0 when selecting computer monitor from sk.

Either way I want to pull the trigger on one.
Edited by biggyk - 9/27/13 at 11:33am
post #7435 of 25889
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

Anyone got any favourite 1440 wallpapers? Been on a few sites, but none of the wallpapers seem "sharp" just big actual pictures. I was looking at something like ocean or space.

There are links in the OP and I have a great collection form them that some other guy posted that I put in a 7z file.

https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=89ACA07250424A4E!210&authkey=!AONzQ87EFOJoY7w
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post #7436 of 25889
About to pull the trigger on a Qnix from accessorieswhole, before I do, just want to make sure theres no difference at all in build quality or oc-ability of the Qnix and X-Star?
post #7437 of 25889
How much cookie? Dont you fancy an ebay job? tongue.gif Also from the first post, "They have the same screen, (both samsung PLS), and look almost identical other than their logo. Neither one has been proven to be clearly better, at this time. The general consensus is believed that they have the same random OC-ability."

Also to current QX2710 owners, do any of you have to unplug your monitor power every time you use it? I heard its not a good idea to put the monitor into standbye mode when not using it?
post #7438 of 25889
I've owned 3 different korean ips, and i left them plugged in 24x7 ..altho i dont put it on standby, i do try and turn it off...i just dont unplug it.
post #7439 of 25889
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Originally Posted by jerrolds View Post

I've owned 3 different korean ips, and i left them plugged in 24x7 ..altho i dont put it on standby, i do try and turn it off...i just dont unplug it.

Im confused, my monitor has a power button you press it monitor goes off but orange button stays on. Is this its standby mode, or does it go into standby mode where the monitor goes off by itself after like 20 minutes or something?
post #7440 of 25889
Actually ..im not sure...if i press the power button, i think the orange LED is always on. Standby i think is a blinking blue led, at least thats what happens when power on my computer and wait for BIOS to show up.

Orange = Off
Blinking Blue = Standby (waiting for signal)
Sold Blue = image shown
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