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post #7741 of 25891
nvm got it Thank's
Edited by youyou - 10/4/13 at 3:29am
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post #7742 of 25891
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Originally Posted by mboner1 View Post

Cheers man, i owned the asus pb278q and found there was a fair bit of black crush, are you finding the qnix similar in that regard? I'm hoping by going with a glossy panel over matte that might help.
Tell me about it. I'm hoping like hell mine arrives before the long weekend over here in Australia. It has made it from south korea to New south Wales tonight, hopefully they can get the remaining flight over and done with snappily. Think i'm asking a bit much lol, i only ordered it monday night and want it by friday lol.
Just to make sure, black crush meaning inability to distinguish the darkest black squares here? http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/black.php
If so, then no. I can make out all black squares.
post #7743 of 25891
Just got my Qx2710 today, PP from overclockmonitor.com

No dead pixels or anything, no backlight bleeding as far as I can see, monitor is great, fast shipping, great communication, stand isn't as bad as people make it out to be, overclocks to 120hz no problemo!
post #7744 of 25891
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Originally Posted by CrazyAsian View Post

Just got my Qx2710 today, PP from overclockmonitor.com

No dead pixels or anything, no backlight bleeding as far as I can see, monitor is great, fast shipping, great communication, stand isn't as bad as people make it out to be, overclocks to 120hz no problemo!

Cool man! I got mine from there too. Can you post a pic of your screen in dark room showing a black image. I still dont know if my case of BLB is bad or normal but I do see two spotlights near the top. Is my only disappointment although I did get $30 off for that and since I mostly use for photo editing and not movies I am mostly fine but still I would like to fix it...I just need to man up lol
Thanks!
post #7745 of 25891
Using the guide on 120hz.com I can overclock to 120hz without any artifacts however the pixel clock goes up to 459 (or maybe 469 I cant remember).

Do you guys recommend keeping the clock below 450 at all times? I put it at 114hz which is about 445 pixel clock for now.
post #7746 of 25891
ok guys sorry if i'm posting at the wrong thread, please point me to the right direction if i'm at the wrong place. Currently running qnix QX2710 overclocked to 120hz best monitor i ever owned. No dead pixels no back light bleeding luckily got a perfect one. But when i use the "atikmdag-patcher" to overclock my monitor something strange happens. i can overlcock to 120hz or 96hz no problem. All games that i run play like a charm no problems there. But when i try to play videos from curtain site such as "kickstarter" or video previews on steam it only plays the audio and where the video should be is just black youtube plays just fine though. i did some research and it seem only mp4 videos does this. as soon as i restore back to normal before the atikmdag-patcher the video plays fine but the patcher is the problem for sure. someone please i bought this monitor to run at 120hz right now at 60hz there is no problems "atikmdag-patcher" is the problem. anyone with the solution please respond~~ specs hd 7950, intel 3570k, motherboard gd65
post #7747 of 25891
Just some quick photos with my phone, pretty sure the "bleeding" is these pics are just from phone quality + angle. Cant actually notice it with my eyes.

http://imgur.com/a/CWXjq

Also, managed to get mine to 120hz no problem, still cant get the colour profiles down though =P What settings are you using atm?
post #7748 of 25891
Anyone know ways to adjust the stand for the Qnix QX2710? Has a wicked lean to it. Currently have it propped up on a folded steel series mouse mat lol.
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I just put one hand down on the stand, base shaft in thumb webbing, and the other hand tilting it from the topcentreback
post #7750 of 25891
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Originally Posted by Woned View Post

Using the guide on 120hz.com I can overclock to 120hz without any artifacts however the pixel clock goes up to 459 (or maybe 469 I cant remember).

Do you guys recommend keeping the clock below 450 at all times? I put it at 114hz which is about 445 pixel clock for now.

Haven't played with mine too much yet, but I get artifacting at 120hz. Perfect at 75hz, haven't tried anything else yet but gonna be following this thread to see if there are any kung fu ninja tricks some people got. These monitors are amazing though.
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Originally Posted by CrazyAsian View Post

I just put one hand down on the stand, base shaft in thumb webbing, and the other hand tilting it from the topcentreback

I will double check when I get home, but I dont think it has a pivot. Pretty sure it's stationary, but like I said didn't look very close as I didn't have much time last night. lol
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