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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

The logo at the bottom middle, specs at the top-right, and model number at the top-left are not stickers. They were printed on the bezel, so you'd have to sand them off and paint the bezel if you want them gone.

You could also go bezel-less as others have done.
Seriously? Who in their right mind would think printing the specs on the frame was a good idea?
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Latest patchers don't need test mode thumb.gif
Oh, ok. Do they do something like what I described?
Edited by blunden - 10/23/13 at 5:41pm
post #8502 of 25936
Do you guys disable your other monitors when gaming with dual screen setups?
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post #8503 of 25936
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Originally Posted by kaiju View Post

Do you guys disable your other monitors when gaming with dual screen setups?

No, Why would we?
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No, Why would we?
Just checking to see if people have any problems running 120hz with a 60hz monitor.

Do you run GPU scaling for both monitors?
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So, as far as i know, I shouldn't be getting any sort of image retention at 96Hz, as my pixel clock is only 393 (well below 450). However, it seems that I'm getting image retention in the top-right corner. questionmark.gif

This happened to me when I first got the monitor, running at 96hz, top-right corner just like you described.

It only seemed to showup on the desktop though, is this the same for you?

All I did to fix it was change the desktop wallpaper and it seemed to go away, hasn't come back either.

But if you're still having problems maybe try refreshing the pixels to get rid of the "burned in" image: http://www.flexcode.org/lcd2.html
post #8506 of 25936
So received my qnix today no dead pixel which is great and just slight blb.
If I'm correct by losing the panel it will solve a little of this blb from what I heard in a review.

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post #8507 of 25936
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Just checking to see if people have any problems running 120hz with a 60hz monitor.

Do you run GPU scaling for both monitors?

As for this I have no issue running two monitors with the qnix. I cannot fit two 27 on my desk so I'm using qnix and 24

Both are fine.
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Just checking to see if people have any problems running 120hz with a 60hz monitor.

Do you run GPU scaling for both monitors?
Just make sure you run things within your Qnix if you want to run 120Hz without problems. If the 120Hz application moves to any of the 60Hz monitor(s), it will break the 120Hz on that app. Mostly windowed mode can trigger this.

I actually initially setup my Qnix with my portrait Eyefinity and it worked fine aside from having the lack of desk space for all 4 monitors. Patching the Qnix to 120Hz forced me to turn off Eyefinity due to my other 3 just being 60Hz monitors.

Currently have my 120Hz Qnix with a portrait 60Hz IPS and full screen has worked fine to not break 120Hz in games. Only Qnix is set to GPU scaling, though it wasn't necessary.
    
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Just make sure you run things within your Qnix if you want to run 120Hz without problems. If the 120Hz application moves to any of the 60Hz monitor(s), it will break the 120Hz on that app. Mostly windowed mode can trigger this.

I actually initially setup my Qnix with my portrait Eyefinity and it worked fine aside from having the lack of desk space for all 4 monitors. Patching the Qnix to 120Hz forced me to turn off Eyefinity due to my other 3 just being 60Hz monitors.

Currently have my 120Hz Qnix with a portrait 60Hz IPS and full screen has worked fine to not break 120Hz in games. Only Qnix is set to GPU scaling, though it wasn't necessary.

I dont have any scaling options set in CCC. No need to set it to gpu scaling for 1440 120hz right ?
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I dont have any scaling options set in CCC. No need to set it to gpu scaling for 1440 120hz right ?
It made no difference for me, so I don't think so.
    
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