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Are there any HDMI to DVI-D that would work for these monitors?

I know DisplayPort to DVI-D can work (active) but any HDMI?
post #8612 of 25969
Is the monitor inf originally posted for the Catleap used by anyone anymore? If so, I decided to properly name the monitor in the inf so that it doesn't show up as a Catleap. I'm OCD like that.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/a5bh7akvohboadc/qnix-xstar-display-inf.zip
post #8613 of 25969
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Originally Posted by Zipper Fairy View Post

I targeted for 120 and then made sure that I was running at 120 while calibrating smile.gif

EDIT: I may have actually been running around 125 since the brightness setting clicks on these isn't super accurate, but I was close!
Awesome, works. The luminance dips a bit on calibration if the monitor had a yellowish tint (10cm/m2 for me) as the non-yellowish ones seem to have quite accurate whites out-of-the-box. Did your monitor have a yellowish tint?
post #8614 of 25969
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Originally Posted by shaolin95 View Post

It was calibrated for 120cda on a dark room so no idea why it will be too bright for you, specially since it seems for gaming some people like brighter.
I got one calibrated with ambient reading on which makes things darker even with a reading of lux 0
You can test this:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11789282/Forum120hz2ndtry11ClicksD65.icm

This is what I am currently using and it looks a bit darker/yellower than stock.

I tried the 120Hz one from Zipper Fairy, but it gets a lower contrast and a lot more blue-ish.
post #8615 of 25969
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Originally Posted by blunden View Post

Is the monitor inf originally posted for the Catleap used by anyone anymore? If so, I decided to properly name the monitor in the inf so that it doesn't show up as a Catleap. I'm OCD like that.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/a5bh7akvohboadc/qnix-xstar-display-inf.zip
I need it anyway to get the 120hz in games, so might aswell have the correct name tongue.gif
post #8616 of 25969
Well I just ordered the Qnix 2710 Evo II. Hope it will be a nice upgrade from my Acer 1080p 60hz panel.

I was debating the best way to get the most noticeable difference for my money Monitor vs Graphics card.

Hopefully i made the right choice.
post #8617 of 25969
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Originally Posted by rcoolb2002 View Post

Well I just ordered the Qnix 2710 Evo II. Hope it will be a nice upgrade from my Acer 1080p 60hz panel.

I was debating the best way to get the most noticeable difference for my money Monitor vs Graphics card.

Hopefully i made the right choice.

Hope it comes to you safe and sound. thumb.gif

It should work well with your 7950.
post #8618 of 25969
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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

This is what I am currently using and it looks a bit darker/yellower than stock.

I tried the 120Hz one from Zipper Fairy, but it gets a lower contrast and a lot more blue-ish.
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Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

Awesome, works. The luminance dips a bit on calibration if the monitor had a yellowish tint (10cm/m2 for me) as the non-yellowish ones seem to have quite accurate whites out-of-the-box. Did your monitor have a yellowish tint?

Yep haha, my monitor had a pretty warm/yellow tint to it, so the profiles I posted should be pretty blue/cool
post #8619 of 25969
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Originally Posted by Zipper Fairy View Post

Hey everyone,

I borrowed a Spyder4Pro from one of my friends and I've created some color profiles for various refresh rates.

I've included 60, 96, 110, and 120Hz profiles,
QNIX Color Profiles.zip 10k .zip file

These were calibrated at 120 cd/m2, which is 11-12 clicks from the bottom on my monitor thumb.gif
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96Hz profile, seems perfect on my screen, Thanks for posting these
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post #8620 of 25969
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Are there any HDMI to DVI-D that would work for these monitors?

I know DisplayPort to DVI-D can work (active) but any HDMI?

I was told on another forum that a cable like this would work. However, it was in context to a laptop with a NVIDIA GPU which needed a custom resolution set for it to output to the monitor. I'm ordering this cable Monday to see if it works or not.
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