Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder
I don't really have time to search through all the pages looking for your post. I doubt anyone does either. Why don't you post it again and maybe the OP will add it to the info on overclocking.
Also I'm really at a loss as to why you try to make it sound like the guy from florida who owns a qnix is in the witness protection program. I'm sure no one here really gives a crap if some random dude in florida owns a qnix.
Firstly, Find my post. I honestly don't plan on reposting it primarily because lazy people are a dime a dozen. Plenty of people have found the post and given me rep on it and the length of the thread has not slowed this down. The OP has not added the post and part of the reason is in the post. All monitors are different. Bottom line is if you don't "have the time" to read and do it right then don't do it. That is an excuse plan and simple. Plus it is a comment that i have seen about 6 times. Although that is not as frequent as asking the difference in brands it is on the same level. You are asking for reposts(which someone actually did themselves about 15 pages back) and i do not with any level of criticism(maybe a PM but not to you due to this post) plan on reposting it.
Secondly, The only reason i posted i met a fellow Qnix owner was that it was interesting. It may have been a worthless comment but it is even more worthless posting a backlash remark about it. I went about 700 miles away and found another owner out of the blue. Not useful but still neat. I really don't know where you got the witness protect program from.
lastly, My comment for the most part had useful, information and overall helpful information that i have already gotten rep for and yours was utterly worthless and a bit insulting. Not only to me but the other commenter you for some reason replied to(clarifying nothing since he likely has no idea it was a picture post). Maybe you should consider posting comments that actually help this thread be useful and is a bit more positive. Anyone who has kept up with the thread could go back several pages and start slamming people and no one gives a crap about that for sure. They do care about "new" information which i put in all my comments to a degree(i will not however bloat the thread with even more reposts).
Hopefully this comments helps you help others like i have
Originally Posted by Clexzor
Good info Spartan!
So quick question for a noob here the point of lowering the pixel clock from stock Is to lower the frequency close to 450hz? so the monitor isn't being pushed to hard right?
Yes the MAX supported data rate of the Qnix is 450Mhz so everything over that is considered an overclock. This does allow with tweaking for people to run 96hz with technically no overclock on the hardware itself. That is why the success rate for 96 is quite a bit higher than 120hz.
Originally Posted by dante`afk
Yes that is frame skipping.
1. Make sure you are using a compatible browser for this test
2. Try with the browser NOT in full screen
3. Make sure you have any secondary monitor disabled when running the test(windows key + P works great)
4. Make sure you have no text resizing plugins on(they alias and could have refresh limits)
Originally Posted by skilly
Cause its easier for you to search than for him to post it every 10 pages. The first post about it is on page 393.
Originally Posted by biggyk
So im at 120hz and a clock of 483mhz but I have no visual problems what so ever....should I just leave it? At the moment im running a single gtx 460
Lower the pixel clock will likely help the longevity of the monitor(just from a knowledge of how the electronics work there is no evidence yet). Also you might try putting a solid white background on the screen and seeing if there is any uniformity issues. Optimizing the pixel lock will help this as well.Edited by Spartan F8 - 10/15/13 at 10:31am