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post #7791 of 25887
i have not messed with cru or the drivers since i had it overclocked to 120hz had no issues played everything great then i went to play borderlands 2 the other day and boom green lines where there is supposed to be clouds and smoke so then i tried all my other resolutions and the only one that worked properly is the stock 60hz does it sound like a driver problem maybe
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Anyone know how to remove the metal frame from the panel? Do I have to take the panel and all the cables out? I have the bezel off and the two bars that hold the panel in place off, just cant figure out how to get the metal frame away.
Edited by Cookybiscuit - 10/5/13 at 12:55pm
post #7793 of 25887
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Anyone know how to remove the metal frame from the panel? Do I have to take the panel and all the cables out? I have the bezel off and the two bars that hold the panel in place off, just cant figure out how to get the metal frame away.

im planning on painting my metal bezel my self. Remmib said it just snaps off, i'm wondering if you need to take the screws on the side off first? I can't tell from the pics.

honestly this is what worries me the most about this whole thing bending the metal bezel or it snapping off quickly and scratching the glass.


Edited by HardwareDecoder - 10/5/13 at 1:44pm
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post #7794 of 25887
Definitely need to take out the screws for those bars, it covers the little tab things. I almost want to just send it back for fear of breaking anything.
post #7795 of 25887
when you say metal frame, you mean the metal bezel on the front of the monitor right? Yeah he says to use thin plastic trim tools to get it of... they didnt have them at home depot today so I just got thin plastic putty knifes
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post #7796 of 25887
I'm currently painting the bezel on my monitor. I took it off and sanded it with 400 grain and sprayed it with two coats of clear primer. I'm waiting for that to dry and will do a few coats of the black spray paint tomorrow. Will post picks when done.
post #7797 of 25887
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I'm currently painting the bezel on my monitor. I took it off and sanded it with 400 grain and sprayed it with two coats of clear primer. I'm waiting for that to dry and will do a few coats of the black spray paint tomorrow. Will post picks when done.


Is sanding metal really necessary before you prime it? I'm not thinking you need to sand metal that isn't already painted as there is nothing to remove....

Can you give any tips on removing the bezel?
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 10/5/13 at 6:08pm
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post #7798 of 25887
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Is sanding metal really necessary before you prime it? I'm not thinking you need to sand metal that isn't already painted as there is nothing to remove....

Can you give any tips on removing the bezel?
I sanded the plastic bezel on the front of the monitor. The bezel comes off after unscrewing the 4 screws on the back bottom and unclipping all the clips around the bezel.
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I sanded the plastic bezel on the front of the monitor. The bezel comes off after unscrewing the 4 screws on the back bottom and unclipping all the clips around the bezel.

ohhh I thought you meant the metal bezel. Okay. Im just getting rid of the entire plastic housing nvm.


does anyone know the answers to these questions?

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 #7800 of 25887
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im planning on painting my metal bezel my self. Remmib said it just snaps off, i'm wondering if you need to take the screws on the side off first? I can't tell from the pics.

honestly this is what worries me the most about this whole thing bending the metal bezel or it snapping off quickly and scratching the glass.

So, you're leaving your monitor without the housing on it? How did you get all the components to stick to the panel? Could you post more picture of the back and front, please?
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