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Yeah i will add 3 layers more to it and see what happens smile.gif
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I got very little blb on top but im scared to open the monitor, plus its so little it doesn't bother me. let me know if adding 3 strips did the job.
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Yeah i will add 3 layers more to it and see what happens smile.gif

If you want to get gutsy, plug it in and analyze the BLB with the cover off and the monitor on. I had a very small amount on the very edge that could not be fixed.
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Most of the time the bad bleed is actually to do with the metal frame that surrounds the panel. Very easy to remove, sit on flat surface and then straighten. Once this is done you may be surprised that you dont even need any tape!
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if it is pixel perfect, don't waste it. I might be interested in taking it off your hands.

Yeah its pixel perfect. Just stuck at 60hz.

I mean, I love the monitor, its perfect, it just cant overclock. Maybe I should just ignore it and keep what I got. My card cant even push modern games maxed out past 60fps anyways.

I guess the only reason I am considering replacing is that Im jelly that you guys can overclock but I cant.
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Originally Posted by trippinonprozac View Post

Most of the time the bad bleed is actually to do with the metal frame that surrounds the panel. Very easy to remove, sit on flat surface and then straighten. Once this is done you may be surprised that you dont even need any tape!

have you done this?
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Originally Posted by valtopps View Post

have you done this?
The frame is easy to flatten. The metal is so thin, it's no wonder why so many have bent ones. I accidentally bent mine when taking it apart and was able to flatten it back out with heavy books.
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Originally Posted by timaishu View Post

Yeah its pixel perfect. Just stuck at 60hz.

I mean, I love the monitor, its perfect, it just cant overclock. Maybe I should just ignore it and keep what I got. My card cant even push modern games maxed out past 60fps anyways.

I guess the only reason I am considering replacing is that Im jelly that you guys can overclock but I cant.

This is exactly the situation I am in. (Except I just ordered another 670 so I should be able to run 96-120 fps) I have a QNIX 2700 (I assume the model before 2710) and it is pixel perfect, very little BLB at bottom right, but I can only overclock to 65hz. I couldn't stand it, so I ordered an x-star two days ago. Trying to sell my other on craigslist, but I live in rural Iowa and there aren't many people here that appreciate a 1440p monitor I guess, because I have only had 2 bites and neither got far enough to make me a counter offer. Is $275 to much to ask for? I'd take $200 if someone would just make me an offer.............not from here though because I don't have enough reps and that is NOT my angle for posting this.

Anyway, I can't wait to try my new one when it gets here. Hopefully before the weekend.
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Guys I just got a X-Rite ColorMunki Display and was wondering about a few settings.

#1 I guess it matters how much brightness I have before resting? I did 10 steps up from lowest brightness.

#2 What One Response Curve should I use 2.2?

#3 ICC profile version 2 or 4?

#4 Enable ADC ?

#5 Technology type CCFL, White LED , RGB LED?

Thanks for any help!
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I've still not gotten a straight answer from anyone yet. Hopefully someone has the answer now.

My monitors overclock to 120hz without an issue when sli is disabled, but the minute it is enabled, anything past 85hz running in "Exclusive Full Screen" causes the drivers to flicker and crash.

Is this a limitation with SLI and is there anything I can do about it? 85hz is fine, but if I can go higher I would like to.

Edit: Yes, I have used the SLI patcher.
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