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post #7771 of 25891
I just got mine in about an hour ago and it clocked to 120hz no problem. I just went through the Nvidia control panel and didn't download the patch. Is that ok? My pixel clock is 483.xxx. Is that acceptable? I am going to try 144hz just for fun, but not sure if I should download the patch or not (or just leave the good thing I have going alone).

I have a little backlight bleed at the top center that I can't see when gaming or when on websites. I saw when running a youtube video that checks for BLB. Also, during that test I think I saw a struck green pixel, but I don't see it while gaming or surfing, so I am not going to try to find it because then it will drive me nuts.

Overall I am very, very happy with it (after an hour of use) and glad that I got a new one even though I had a QNIX 2700. It would only overclock to 65hz.

Thanks.


EDIT: I tried 144 and a pop up box said that my monitor doesn't support that. Tried 130hz and lines were everywhere. Tried 125hz and there were alot of lines, but not as many as 130hz.

I'm done with it. Looks awesome.

Someone let me know, please, if my pixel clock is ok. I read about the numbers somewhere in the last few days, but now I can't find where that was.
Edited by Mbalmer - 10/4/13 at 3:19pm
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post #7772 of 25891
so im thinking about going two or three monitor setup with crossfire 7950's I know I can only use the outputs on the first card. I'm already using dvi so I have two display port and an hdmi left. my card has mini display ports and comes with mini to full size DP adapter. im guessing this will work since it is just a physical adapter.

Does this monitor actually have all the outputs listed on the page? DVI HDMI DP ?

How do you switch between these inputs, OSD? if it has an OSD i'm guessing it has more input lag than the standard dvi only monitor?

Can the multi input models be overclocked?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/QNIX-QX2710-LED-Evolution-ll-DPort-Glossy-27-2560x1440-PLS-QHD-DP-PC-Monitor-/111103342614?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item19de467816
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post #7773 of 25891
Is it normal for the power brick to be quite hot?
post #7774 of 25891
Mine is pretty warm. I would guess that it is normal.
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post #7775 of 25891
Right thanks. I'd planned to hide it away taped to the back of my desk, now I'm not so sure.
post #7776 of 25891
I would let some air get to it just to be on the safe side of things. Mine is setting on top of my desk tucked behind my right speaker.
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post #7777 of 25891
1440p OC'd monitor owners, can you run Dead Space 1 for me?
95% of all my games work on my 100hz oc'd 1440p qnix monitor, except for Dead Space 1, Madden 08, and a few others.


you can hear the sound when you launch the game, but hte monitor cycles through all its colors. tried editing ini files so it matche smy hz/rez at launch and still same thing.


most of my games work fine, just curious, can someone try out the original dead space for me on a OC monitor see if the monitor plays sound but not picture?

Anyone test this for me?
post #7778 of 25891
Have you tried setting display scaling to be done by the GPU?
post #7779 of 25891
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Have you tried setting display scaling to be done by the GPU?

nope will try now, will edit if it works, thanks man!
post #7780 of 25891
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Have you tried setting display scaling to be done by the GPU?

nope still boots up the dead space game but the monitor cycles through all the colors u can hear the sound fine... all the other games work fine at my OC... not sure whats up, reinstalled several times, a few other games do it too.

might be amd? some guy said dead space 1 worked fine on his 120hz oc but he has nvidia... hmm might have to try nvidia see if it works.
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