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just got a Qnix 2710 and I feel a little silly but I can't find where the serial number is on the monitor or box. I need it to finalize the squaretrade warranty. Can anyone point out where it's located?

I see a 10 digit number on the box but it's in a phone number format and everything's written in Korean, of course. Is that it? I can't find any numbers at all on the actual monitor.
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What GPU are you using nvidia or AMD? You need to set the scaling to the GPU and also check the "override the scaling in games" option. Also make sure scaling is set to the "aspect ratio". Lastly sometimes certain GPUs have trouble scaling for me, my gtx760 gave me headaches but my gtx770 SLI worked fine but i was always able to get 720p to work as it is exactly a quarter resolution.

That was it. Thank you very much.
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I just jumped on the Korean wagon and ordered an ★QNIX★ QX2710 LED Evolution ll [Matte] Perfect Pixel 27" from accessorieswhole biggrin.gif. Crossing my fingers for a good monitor.
     
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I can't make out the timings in that picture. I think it shows your pixel clock in the 300s which should be fine.

Is there a reason why people shouldn't select "automatic- lcd standard" instead of manual timings. The creator of cru, toasty recommends that it be selected and that it will let the gpu clock down at idle. Tried it out and it does lower the temps back to normal when idle...

http://overlordforum.com/topic/21-overclocking-quick-start-guide/
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Try connecting another monitor as your primary screen with the Qnix disconnected. Then boot into windows and let the OS finish loading. Then try connecting the Qnix as a secondary display. Try getting a picture that way. Mine has done this several times in the process of messing around with timings and overclocking past 148hz but i was ALWAYS able to get the picture back using this method. FYI this will clear your CRU settings since it is going to reset the driver association. You can get them back by copy and pasting with the slider in CRU top menu.

If your screen did truly die then i think the heatsink mod i posted a few pages back is starting to look like a good idea.

Tried this, thanks for the suggestion.

I had some colour on the screen when I tried it the first time - first a fully red screen, then green.

It went off shortly after..

My guess is it's shot. I've tried to contact the original supplier as per another suggestion to see if they can send out a replacement PCB.
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Originally Posted by mboner1 View Post

Is there a reason why people shouldn't select "automatic- lcd standard" instead of manual timings. The creator of cru, toasty recommends that it be selected and that it will let the gpu clock down at idle. Tried it out and it does lower the temps back to normal when idle...

http://overlordforum.com/topic/21-overclocking-quick-start-guide/

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""Automatic - LCD standard" (CRU) / "CVT reduced blank" (NVIDIA CP) will allow the video card to clock down when idle. If your monitor can't handle that at 120 Hz, try "Automatic - LCD reduced" (CRU) / copy the settings below (NVIDIA CP). If that doesn't help, you will have to reduce the refresh rate."

basically, we are already past that point, our clocks are too high using those options, we need to skip right to manual.
(aka, for me LCD reduced gives me a pixelclock of 469.xx, where manual is 459.xx)
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""Automatic - LCD standard" (CRU) / "CVT reduced blank" (NVIDIA CP) will allow the video card to clock down when idle. If your monitor can't handle that at 120 Hz, try "Automatic - LCD reduced" (CRU) / copy the settings below (NVIDIA CP). If that doesn't help, you will have to reduce the refresh rate."

basically, we are already past that point, our clocks are too high using those options, we need to skip right to manual.
(aka, for me LCD reduced gives me a pixelclock of 469.xx, where manual is 459.xx)

+1 Also any 6xx or 7xx series card still clocks down or at least should(has for me but i have seen a few people say theirs didn't).
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""Automatic - LCD standard" (CRU) / "CVT reduced blank" (NVIDIA CP) will allow the video card to clock down when idle. If your monitor can't handle that at 120 Hz, try "Automatic - LCD reduced" (CRU) / copy the settings below (NVIDIA CP). If that doesn't help, you will have to reduce the refresh rate."

basically, we are already past that point, our clocks are too high using those options, we need to skip right to manual.
(aka, for me LCD reduced gives me a pixelclock of 469.xx, where manual is 459.xx)

Well in my cru it doesn't change the pixel clock it just goes dull indicating obviously that i can't change anything, Does your pixel clock actually go up in cru in front of your eyes when you click automatic-lcd standard?

Just went through and clicked all options without applying them, and the only one that changed the pixel clock was crt which sent it up to 530 lol, the rest stayed on 386 and went dull.
Edited by mboner1 - 10/20/13 at 1:15pm
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Well in my cru it doesn't change the pixel clock it just goes dull indicating obviously that i can't change anything, Does your pixel clock actually go up in cru in front of your eyes when you click automatic-lcd standard?

Just went through and clicked all options without applying them, and the only one that changed the pixel clock was crt which sent it up to 530 lol, the rest stayed on 386 and went dull.

switch it to 120hz, and look at the pixel clock.
LCD reduced will have 469.xx, and the manual settings I use, are 459.xx.
Edited by drdrache - 10/20/13 at 1:24pm
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I just got my qnix from excellentcastle on ebay. I ordered a perfect pixel but I am not sure are these dust behind the frame or dead pixels. Can someone please help me out.


This lower left corner also has a bit BLB. Other than this corner there are no dead pixels on the monitor. It seems kind of weird to me that there are so many dead pixels in one corner. Please give your input. Thanks!
What do others think? Thanks
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