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post #7971 of 25968
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Originally Posted by VENAXIS View Post

Any tips or stuff I need to know before opening it? I don't wanna break anything biggrin.gif

This is my huge issue with the screen cigar.gif
I used a butter knife to pry the casing off lol - but you might want to be careful as i knicked the plastic in some places. Just put it into the seam and twist, the first time you take the casing off its a bit stubborn so try 2 butter knives to lessen the pressure on one point smile.gif Just keep turning until you hear a pop - dont worry it wont break, just keep aware of the case.

Make sure you have a set of screwdrivers, because the panel that houses the board uses something like 1mm philips head screws (very tiny) and youre going to need to remove it to get to the other screws that hold the metal frame in place

The metal frame uses tabs or something to keep it in place, IIRC i had the panel face down so i can use my butter knife to pry the tab out and over the latch thing tongue.gif Once the frame was loose i flipped it back onto its back and lifted it out and away so i can straighten it.

Good luck - its not hard, just be careful and youll be fine.
post #7972 of 25968
Any good vesa mounts you guys would recommend that would hold 1x 27" and 2x 23" monitors?
post #7973 of 25968
Quick question about frame skipping & stuttering,

I have no stuttering or frame skipping whatsoever when only running the Qnix at 120Hz, after closing background programs like Skype, Steam, DropBox, Firewall, etc etc.

However, i get occasional stuttering & frame skipping when I have 2 or 3 displays hooked up, along with all my background programs running.

I THINK I have noticed some micro-stutters in games as well with my background programs and multiple displays.

Is this normal?
post #7974 of 25968
Is a third party DVI-D cable mandatory or is the included one sufficient?

And if so, please explain the specifics.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 8700k @ 5.2Ghz asus maximus hero X Z370 EVGA FE 1080Ti 2050/5800 32gb g.skill tridentZ RGB 3600@4133 
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3x WD Caviar Black 4TB Samsung 960PRO NVMe 512gb Samsung 960EVO NVMe 512GB Sandisk Ultra II 1TB 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
1x corsair h115i, 1x h90 Win10 x64 pro ASUS ROG PG279Q Gsync @ 165hz 2x Qnix 2710 Evo II @ 120hz  
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CM Storm QuickFire XT corsair ax1200i corsair carbide 540 Roccat Pure Optical 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 8700k @ 5.2Ghz asus maximus hero X Z370 EVGA FE 1080Ti 2050/5800 32gb g.skill tridentZ RGB 3600@4133 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
3x WD Caviar Black 4TB Samsung 960PRO NVMe 512gb Samsung 960EVO NVMe 512GB Sandisk Ultra II 1TB 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
1x corsair h115i, 1x h90 Win10 x64 pro ASUS ROG PG279Q Gsync @ 165hz 2x Qnix 2710 Evo II @ 120hz  
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
CM Storm QuickFire XT corsair ax1200i corsair carbide 540 Roccat Pure Optical 
Mouse PadAudioOtherOther
Roccat Taito asus xonar DX 7.1 KS8000 65 Zoll 4k SUHD Samsung Tab Pro 8.4 
OtherOtherOther
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post #7975 of 25968
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Originally Posted by dante`afk View Post

Is a third party DVI-D cable mandatory or is the included one sufficient?

And if so, please explain the specifics.

Included one is sufficient.
post #7976 of 25968
When I try and overclock my QNIX, the image dims and I get image retention artifacts developing fairly quickly. I can fix the image by messing around with the color settings, but is there any fix for the image retention? I have tried overlocking from 120 Hz all the way down to 96Hz, but I get image retention at all of those levels.
post #7977 of 25968
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Originally Posted by SEALBoy View Post

When I try and overclock my QNIX, the image dims and I get image retention artifacts developing fairly quickly. I can fix the image by messing around with the color settings, but is there any fix for the image retention? I have tried overlocking from 120 Hz all the way down to 96Hz, but I get image retention at all of those levels.

Try knocking down your monitors brightness (using buttons under the panel) to ~11 clicks above minium and see if that helps.
post #7978 of 25968
so.. my qnix has OSD that actually works. Anyone else?
post #7979 of 25968
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Originally Posted by eculley65 View Post

so.. my qnix has OSD that actually works. Anyone else?

Take a picture.
post #7980 of 25968
Ohhh I wish overclockmonitors.com would ship mine already. Was hoping they would ship quick, so far its looking like I will probably get it either Monday or Saturday(if the shipper does Saturday that is). I see the shipping label was made, but UPS doesn't actually have it yet it seems.
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