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A question for monitor overclockers: Does overclocking your monitor reduces the panel's lifespan?
Overclocking Korean panels hasn't been around long enough to calculate with a certain degree of accuracy if it will reduce the panels lifespan. We can induce however that due to the higher pixel clock frequency and the higher strain you are putting on the panel and boards, it probably will reduce its life, but by how much we don't know. I really don't know the average life expectancy of a TV or a monitor but I can imagine with personal experience it will last quite sometime normally. If the monitor lasts like a year, maybe it's not recommended to overclock it. I'll take the risk just like I take the risk overclocking my CPU and GPUs. Plus I don't think I've heard of an overclocked Yamakasi Catleap die and those have been around a while longer.
post #8192 of 25922
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Originally Posted by SirDuke View Post

I just received the multi input Qnix QX2710 LED, matte. The screen looks great and has no dead pixels but the blacklight bleed is pretty bad. Going to try the tape fix.

Mine has an OSD with the ability to lower both the brightness and contrast, but neither of those settings appear to do anything to the blacklight itself. Is that normal? Is there not a way to just lower the intensity of the LED backlight?
Could you try confirming if the multi-input version is overclockable via DL-DVI? Someone was able to do it via the review in my quote below:
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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

It does work with a Mac, but you need the DisplayPort or multi-input version. The person I'm buying a Qnix from had it working with a Mac. I'll ask him how he did it when I buy it on Friday

http://www.technologyx.com/pc-hardware/display/qnix-qx2710-27-2560x1440-monitor-review/3/

This review also showed getting 120Hz through two Multi-input models, but it only OC'd using DL-DVI, HDMI did not work (it can't drive 1440p @ 120Hz anyway). I thought multi-input versions were not overclockable?
    
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Hi, can i get some verifications on whether 770 2gb or in sli is good enough for 1440p gaming in ultra without AA, for latest games.
post #8195 of 25922
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Hi, can i get some verifications on whether 770 2gb or in sli is good enough for 1440p gaming in ultra without AA, for latest games.

A single 770 2GB should be good enough for 1440p without AA and get 60~90FPS+ for most games. You may possibly reach 2GB for some games, but typically you won't go much higher than 1~1.5GB at that res.

Even with my 3240x1920 res, I don't hit 2GB unless it's a game like Tomb Raider where it makes use of all 3GB of my VRAM.
    
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post #8196 of 25922
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A single 770 2GB should be good enough for 1440p without AA and get 60~90FPS+ for most games. You may possibly reach 2GB for some games, but typically you won't go much higher than 1~1.5GB at that res.

Even with my 3240x1920 res, I don't hit 2GB unless it's a game like Tomb Raider where it makes use of all 3GB of my VRAM.

So, if im intending to plae that, what shld i change in settings?
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Well my screen has been broken since 48hrs after purchase back in August, a replacement pcb is finally in the post and half way across the world to arrive tomorrow. I have just stripped down my screen in preparation and removed the old pcb. I was a little apprehensive about doing this but in all honesty it took maybe 15 minutes. So far so good. Just awaiting the post man now.
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Ok guys i need help!!!

I have been getting image retention even at 60hz!!! i can't do anything so pissed off at the moment! I just tried loading up doom3 it crashed with a flickering image on load up.. now my whole screen is flickering hardout with normal windows image in the background!! and it had retention of the crash all in like 5secs!!! on 60hz! iam sending this thing back not happy at all 2nd monitor now that is fautly dam my luck!!!

emailed overclockmonitor.com yesterday about this haven't heard back left a couple emails hopefully he replys soon this is unacceptable for $440nz if it wasn't doing it at 60hz i wouldn't be so worried damit!
post #8199 of 25922
IR at 60hz is probably good cause for a return, not sure if you wanna try your luck again though. I guess ive been pretty lucky as i get zero IR at 120hz (just horrible BLB i was able to fix)
post #8200 of 25922
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Originally Posted by ds84 View Post

So, if im intending to plae that, what shld i change in settings?
You'll have to play with the settings but definitely not gonna work with ultra + AA or else it dips down to 15-20 fps. You can stick with all high/normal settings and it honestly looks the same to me unless I stand in place and take screenshots.
    
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Windows 10 LG 34UC88-B 34" Ultrawide 3440x1440 75Hz HP ZR2240w IPS Qnix QX2710 1440p 110Hz 
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