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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?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1404407/how-to-create-a-vesa-mount-after-debezelling-your-monitor-qnix-qx2710

I'd love to take credit but someone else came up with this method. I haven't done it yet, my monitor comes monday.
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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

Since the seller is listing all of those inputs, has pics with all of those inputs I'm gonna guess yes it does have them but if your worried email the seller and ask.

From what I have seen many others say no you can not overclock the multi input monitors or at least not very high.
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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?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1404407/how-to-create-a-vesa-mount-after-debezelling-your-monitor-qnix-qx2710

I'd love to take credit but someone else came up with this method. I haven't done it yet, my monitor comes monday.

I finally did it after toying around with the idea. Mine came out great and doesnt look like some cheap chinese plastic thing anymore. If you have a free day, definitely worth a look into
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WAIT WHAT ARE YOU GUYS DOING TO YOUR NEW MONITORS? bigeyedsmiley.png
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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.


Yes, you definitely remove those screws first, heh. They are what hold the metal bezel in place.
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I finally did it after toying around with the idea. Mine came out great and doesnt look like some cheap chinese plastic thing anymore. If you have a free day, definitely worth a look into

Would be awesome if you posted some pics in my thread so that more people can see that it turns out well.
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WAIT WHAT ARE YOU GUYS DOING TO YOUR NEW MONITORS? bigeyedsmiley.png

Making them sexy. biggrin.gif
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there already sexy, yeah show us some pic of what your doing to them
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there already sexy, yeah show us some pic of what your doing to them

Removing the plastic bezel and painting the metal bezel matte black.

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Guys, please help!

I had my monitor OCed to 120Hz and decided to update my Nvidia Driver but now my PC is constantly freezing. What should I do?

Cheers
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I finally did it after toying around with the idea. Mine came out great and doesnt look like some cheap chinese plastic thing anymore. If you have a free day, definitely worth a look into



When I first saw this method, my jaw dropped..... Yes I am ready for monday or tuesday. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

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Since the seller is listing all of those inputs, has pics with all of those inputs I'm gonna guess yes it does have them but if your worried email the seller and ask.

From what I have seen many others say no you can not overclock the multi input monitors or at least not very high.

That is what I figured. I'll just msg the seller and ask if they use an OSD or just the button to switch. If no OSD i'm guessing the input lag difference is minimal. We'll see how well my first one oc's and if i can stand the gamma change.

If it doesn't oc good or I don't like the colors when Oc'ed I might add one more for eyefinity who knows biggrin.gif
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 10/6/13 at 3:29am
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post #7810 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Paps.pt View Post

Guys, please help!

I had my monitor OCed to 120Hz and decided to update my Nvidia Driver but now my PC is constantly freezing. What should I do?

Cheers

Never mind, I figured it out. I had to revert to 60hz, unpatch, patch again and then going back to 120hz.

EDIT: problem is still there after all. Please heeeeeeeelppp me!

Cheers
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