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post #7811 of 25888
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Originally Posted by andyd1 View Post

Hi. I received the Qnix monitor last week and I can't believe I've gone this long at lower resolutions. Anyway, I bought this mount based on the FAQ in the OP...

http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=108&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082808&p_id=5970&seq=1&format=2

But it looks like the screws don't fit. Am I supposed to get a hold of shorter screws?

Anyone? I can't seem to find screws that will work for this mount. I thought there would be more users considering it's in the OP
post #7812 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Paps.pt View Post

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
Reinstall your NVIDIA driver. Make sure you choose advanced install and tick the box next to perform clean install.
post #7813 of 25888
LCD reduced settings will not save for some reason.


after I click ok and go back it shows manual, not LCD reduced as I selected
post #7814 of 25888
Um... LCD reduced timings have been saved. It just says manual so you have the option to further tweak them if desired. Check the numbers - they are exactly the same in both photos.
post #7815 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Moragg View Post

Um... LCD reduced timings have been saved. It just says manual so you have the option to further tweak them if desired. Check the numbers - they are exactly the same in both photos.

hmm i figured it would show LCD reduced when I go back to it.
thanks
post #7816 of 25888
I ended up painting the bezel matte black. I sanded it with 400 grit sand paper, applied two coats of clear primer, and two coats of matte black paint. I also did the tape mod on the bottom of the metal frame. Seemed to help a little bit for the back light bleed down there.



post #7817 of 25888
So what have you guys done to help with the 120hz screen darkening effect in games? Setting my gamma to 1.3 in some games really helps, but I don't know if I make the colors worse by doing that.
post #7818 of 25888
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Originally Posted by hutt132 View Post

I ended up painting the bezel matte black. I sanded it with 400 grit sand paper, applied two coats of clear primer, and two coats of matte black paint. I also did the tape mod on the bottom of the metal frame. Seemed to help a little bit for the back light bleed down there.
Looks pretty nice, like brushed aluminium. Can you explain how you did the tape mod? I took the bezel off and couldn't figure out if I needed to unplug everything and take the panel out to be able to remove the metal frame.
post #7819 of 25888
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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
Anyone? I am desperate here. It was working fine before the update... Now it freezes every 10 seconds. Did this happened to anyone else?
Thanks
post #7820 of 25888
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Originally Posted by hutt132 View Post

I ended up painting the bezel matte black. I sanded it with 400 grit sand paper, applied two coats of clear primer, and two coats of matte black paint. I also did the tape mod on the bottom of the metal frame. Seemed to help a little bit for the back light bleed down there.]

It looks fantastic. Very professional, but I'd honestly get rid of those stickers and either sand/paint the base as well or get a mount for your monitor. Otherwise, very well done! thumb.gif
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