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post #8561 of 25888
No. It's only visible with a all black screen. It has kind of a 3D look to it. Any color or white and it's gone. Even on the black screen you have to be looking for it.
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Well, it looks like I got quite a dud of a panel then, even amongst these Korean panels. I suppose this is just my usual luck with monitors. Nothing to be surprised about since I went through 8-9 mainstream brand monitors that all had defects. I suppose considering my luck I should just be happy that it works.
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Well, it looks like I got quite a dud of a panel then, even amongst these Korean panels. I suppose this is just my usual luck with monitors. Nothing to be surprised about since I went through 8-9 mainstream brand monitors that all had defects. I suppose considering my luck I should just be happy that it works.

Chin up mate, i seen quite a few bad BLB problems be fixed with just sticking paper in there, might just be a bit of trial and error, but i think you should be able to alleviate it somewhat.
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Chin up mate, i seen quite a few bad BLB problems be fixed with just sticking paper in there, might just be a bit of trial and error, but i think you should be able to alleviate it somewhat.

Talking mainly about that weird line I have, not the BLB. I know that the BLB is generally fixable. The line is not noticeable at all while gaming but is a slight annoyance while browsing. I don't think I've ever even seen anyone even talk about a similar problem to this before. I'm not sure what the heck it is at all, or what implications it could mean in the future.

There's also one stuck pixel, but that's honestly much less than what I was expecting so whatever.
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found this in the crossover thread:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1355400/if-you-own-an-nvidia-card-and-buy-a-27-korean-ips-prepare-to-take-it-up-the-rear

did anyone try to test it with a qnix/xstar and an nvidia card?

Very interesting Skuko. This could be relative to the amount of motion blur we are seeing even at 120hz. I would give it a try but using ages old drivers with my brand new gxt770s is a no go and i would not sacrifice the support of other resolutions to run in a scaleless environment.

EDIT: this would also eliminate any chance of downsampling. If you run at 1440p all the time no matter what and have a nvidia series card 5xx series and older you might consider for faster lag.
post #8566 of 25888
Received my QNIX 2710 from green-sum after 2 days; South Korea to my doorstep in MD, USA. I spent the extra 10 bucks to get the *pixel perfect* version and from what I can tell there are no visible stuck or dead pixels anywhere on the screen. Maybe I am just missing them, but ignorance is bliss. BLB appears to be at a minimum as well.

This is my first nice monitor in a long time, can anyone here at OCN recommend a program or procedure I should run through to verify that this new display is in good and working order?
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Received my QNIX 2710 from green-sum after 2 days; South Korea to my doorstep in MD, USA. I spent the extra 10 bucks to get the *pixel perfect* version and from what I can tell there are no visible stuck or dead pixels anywhere on the screen. Maybe I am just missing them, but ignorance is bliss. BLB appears to be at a minimum as well.

This is my first nice monitor in a long time, can anyone here at OCN recommend a program or procedure I should run through to verify that this new display is in good and working order?

Good luck with your new QNIX.. thumb.gif

Check out the OP it has tons of info that will help you. Specifically the, "Overclocking Guide and Help" section. It will tell you how to run frame skip tests, etc.
post #8568 of 25888
Could I use the QNIX at 120hz with an active MiniDisplayport --> DVI adapter?
Edited by inertianinja - 10/25/13 at 1:19pm
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I highly recommend trying out crysis 1 on this screen running at 4K downsampled. Running at 1440p@120hz only gave me about 50FPS on ultra settings. Running at 4K@55hz on ultra settings gave me about 47FPS avg so it really didn't matter. Also DO NOT use regular AA with downsampling in crysis, i have tried it several times and it will create a page fault in your VRAM and bluescreen for some reason. Ambient, AASF, FXAA and others were fine and didn't kill anything just regular AA for some reason(probably more ground breaking crysis 1 coding at work).

EDIT: Skyrim looks fantastic at 4K but it does cut the FPS in half. Which is not too bad since 16xAAq did worse and downsampled at 4K still looks better.
post #8570 of 25888
So I ordered my X-Star at 8:30am Monday, and it showed up today (Friday) a little before 3pm. Not bad.

I've heard that unlike the QNIX, the X-Star clear plastic foot can be pulled off without having to take the bezel off and whatnot, but haven't been able to confirm that. Has anyone here done it that way? I'm not too eager to bust into the thing unless absolutely necessary.
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