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post #7571 of 25901
Hello all,
Just got my X-star Dp 2710 (Matte) in today. Everything working just fine for now. I got this version because i thought i would need the OSD in the front. LOL, i would have done fine with the Qnix. I dont even bother with the OSD adjustments at all. The plastic bezels and stand feels damn cheap. It feels like i purchased this thing at my local swap meet. I live in southern California and this thing has that "MADE IN MEXICO" type of feel.

Colors out of the box were great..only needed to adjust things very slightly to get things right.

Very glad it has the VESA mounts, so i will probably go grab a monitor arm for this thing.
post #7572 of 25901
Just bit the bullet and ordered a QNIX QX2710 Evo II, fingers crossed for a good one.....
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Originally Posted by trippinonprozac View Post

Yep, I mean just creating a custom res. You can still adjust timings manually if you really want.

Same thing happens unless I disable SLI.
Edited by gl0ry - 10/1/13 at 12:31am
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post #7574 of 25901
did you try downloading latest patcher?
what drivers are you using?
post #7575 of 25901
My QNIX QX2710 27" Matte Perfect Pixels is on its way! biggrin.gif Got it for $399 from ebay (It's funny how the glossy version is more expensive than the matte's)

How the hell did it increase from $300 to $400 in less than a year? I have no idea.
post #7576 of 25901
Ouch. I bought mine from overclockmonitors.com for $319 (PP) and it arrive in two days so its insane ebay is going that high now. I better get another soon. thumb.gif
post #7577 of 25901
Hi all,

Ordered mine from accessorieswhole last week, got it yesterday and was so excited. This until I noticed that there's dust or something caught under the panel.





Not sure how well it photographs, but it's quite few pixels wide and it's just off center, so my eye catches it ALL the time. There's also another speck to the left, but it's less annoying.

Given, it's not on the outside. Tried gently rubbing, cleaning and by sellers recommendation tapping on it. Nothing. It's there.

I was prepared to open up and maybe need to fix BLB or alike, but could i get rid of this dirt without starting to go very deep into the actual layers of the screen? Not sure i'm comfortable with that.

Any suggestions? Cause this monitor is hardly useable with this very visible dark spot that annoys the living crap out of me.

Thanks in advance.
post #7578 of 25901
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Originally Posted by shaolin95 View Post

Ouch. I bought mine from overclockmonitors.com for $319 (PP) and it arrive in two days so its insane ebay is going that high now. I better get another soon. thumb.gif

$319 :'(

Haha yeah I only paid that much because accessorieswhole insures there are no dead pixels, not even one (Perfect Pixel version), and for their free Expedited Int'l Shipping which is a big plus for me.

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Originally Posted by Warpony View Post

Hi all,

Ordered mine from accessorieswhole last week, got it yesterday and was so excited. This until I noticed that there's dust or something caught under the panel.





Not sure how well it photographs, but it's quite few pixels wide and it's just off center, so my eye catches it ALL the time. There's also another speck to the left, but it's less annoying.

Given, it's not on the outside. Tried gently rubbing, cleaning and by sellers recommendation tapping on it. Nothing. It's there.

I was prepared to open up and maybe need to fix BLB or alike, but could i get rid of this dirt without starting to go very deep into the actual layers of the screen? Not sure i'm comfortable with that.

Any suggestions? Cause this monitor is hardly useable with this very visible dark spot that annoys the living crap out of me.

Thanks in advance.

I also got mine from accessorieswhole just today and awaiting its arrival. I spoke with them about the warranty and this is what they said:

"Warranty is 1 year.
If the monitor is faulty, we cover return shipping fee for 3 months after purchase.
After 3 months, you have to pay for the return shipping fee.
Within the warranty period, if there is any issue with the adapter or PCB board, we support it free of charge."

I was asking them about the Perfect Pixel version. I'm thinking it's the same thing with yours since you got it from them.

So you either do it yourself (somehow) or ask them if it's possible to return it to them so they can fix it.
Edited by VENAXIS - 10/1/13 at 6:52am
post #7579 of 25901
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Originally Posted by VENAXIS View Post

I also got mine from accessorieswhole just today and awaiting its arrival. I spoke with them about the warranty and this is what they said:

"Warranty is 1 year.
If the monitor is faulty, we cover return shipping fee for 3 months after purchase.
After 3 months, you have to pay for the return shipping fee.
Within the warranty period, if there is any issue with the adapter or PCB board, we support it free of charge."

I was asking them about the Perfect Pixel version. I'm thinking it's the same thing with yours since you got it from them.

So you either do it yourself (somehow) or ask them if it's possible to return it to them so they can fix it.

I also payed extra for the pixel perfect.

I contacted accessorieswhole on ebay and they:
1) Said i should try knocking with my finger. (Did, nothing)
2) Offered to refund the difference between a normal screen and pixel perfect.

The second option is just baffling. Nevermind that "Pixel perfect" might be a scam, but to offer it, send a faulty monitor and then offer to buy the pixel perfect back?!

Oh well, we'll see.
post #7580 of 25901
That does sound pretty sketchy.
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