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post #7491 of 25892
Well I bought mine from overclockmonitors.com for $319 ($10 more than no pixel perfect.) I had extensive emails about the terms and he stated that it will be checked and what the cutoff time was for the other to be able to ship that same day as I wanted due to the time needed for testing plus that it was a zero dead pixel policy instead of what I have seen from many ebay sellers where 0-2 is somehow called pixel perfect.
I am happy I got one with no dead ones....lucky? Maybe..but at least I had all email proof I needed if it was not the case.
post #7492 of 25892
Hey guys just wanted to update, my QNIX I got a while back, well the dark spot it had for grays/blues are gone. It looks and seems like a pixel perfect monitor. Only difference is that I'm using a 7950 now instead of a 670 SLI lol and I moved it 200km away from where it was before.
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post #7493 of 25892
The message I got from Green-sum yesterday

Hello, this is Green-Sum, the eBay seller.
Thank you for the inquiry.
Perfect pixel version guarantees no dead pixel.
And least back light bleeding.

However stuck pixel(1 or 2) can be on the screen.
Normally there is no stuck pixel because we do full test before despatching.

Thank you and have a good weekend.

Regards,

- green-sum
post #7494 of 25892
So I am trying to test my qnix on my brothers computer. He has a gigabyte gtx570 SC. I installed the newest drivers, then used the nvidia full patch and then set 96hz in cru, but nothing is happening, the card is still ouputting only 60h What am I doing wrong?
post #7495 of 25892
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Originally Posted by timaishu View Post

So I am trying to test my qnix on my brothers computer. He has a gigabyte gtx570 SC. I installed the newest drivers, then used the nvidia full patch and then set 96hz in cru, but nothing is happening, the card is still ouputting only 60h What am I doing wrong?

Did you restart?
post #7496 of 25892
Yes I did. I uninstalled old drivers. Restarted. Installed new ones restarted. Then used the patch and then set crew. Still at 60hz, I cannot adjust it in the nvidia controll panel either.
post #7497 of 25892
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Yes I did. I uninstalled old drivers. Restarted. Installed new ones restarted. Then used the patch and then set crew. Still at 60hz, I cannot adjust it in the nvidia controll panel either.

And you restarted after using CRU to create a custom refresh rate?
post #7498 of 25892
Yep.
post #7499 of 25892
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To each their own. But as the OP and various posts throughout this thread point out, there is no difference whatsoever in the "Perfect Pixel" monitors. Odds are very good that none of the sellers with any volume open up any of the boxes and check squat. You just pay extra, and if you have any problems you will still have to argue with the seller. Your extra money buys literally nothing.

I'd also like to point out that buying on Amazon buys you nothing either; Amazon.com isn't selling these monitors - third-party sellers are. Often times the same exact third-party sellers that are selling the monitors on eBay for a hundred bucks cheaper.

But hey, it's your money, whatever makes you happy! smile.gif

lol ok I chose amazon because I have an account with them... and actually not all perfect pixel panels state 0 defective pixels which looking back in the thread a lot of people got he ones stating perfect pixel yet below itll state 1-3 stuck etc pixels is non returnable reason. So in fact I am very pleased with my purchase as ive already talked to the seller not Amazon but thanks for trying to point the obv I was unaware that amazon wasn't selling the monitor lolsssss

You reply seems slightly snobby and sounds like you were one of the ones that bought pixel perfect but ddint read the fine print..smile.gif
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post #7500 of 25892
That was weird after a minute the custom refresh rate appeared.

Well I tested the theory that my amd card is not at fault and this monitor cannot overclock, its not hardware related on my end.
Edited by timaishu - 9/29/13 at 10:50am
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