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It's probably good I didn't hear about the incidents then. Mine was shipped via FedEx and I had no issues.

Yeah apparently a plane went down out at sea and the only survivor which was a fedex guy made a house on a desert island with all our monitors. tongue.gif
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Hello,
Im planning on getting a korean monitor. Which do you think is better? The Qnix or Xstar (overclockability, color accuracy, quality)? And would it be a good idea to buy a "pixel perfect monitor"? And do you people recommend any specific seller? Im planning on buying a glossy version too, is that a mistake?
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Neither, neither, neither, no, AccessoriesWhole, not necessarily.
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Originally Posted by MeneerVent View Post

Hello,
Im planning on getting a korean monitor. Which do you think is better? The Qnix or Xstar (overclockability, color accuracy, quality)? And would it be a good idea to buy a "pixel perfect monitor"? And do you people recommend any specific seller? Im planning on buying a glossy version too, is that a mistake?
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Neither, neither, neither, no, AccessoriesWhole, not necessarily.

lol I love these kind of answers. thumb.gif
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Not really an answer tbh.....all i got from that was no, no, no, defo no, Accessorieswhole and i'm not sure?

No reasons to and why?

Glossy vs matte is personal preference imo and also how much light you have coming into your room for reflections.....i prefer glossy as it makes the colours jump more and looks more vibrant......there seems to be 4 main distributors which is accessorieswhole, green-sum, Excellentcastle and dreamseller....this is on uk ebay.....and i'm going to order pixel perfect because i don't want to take the chance of getting any dead pixels. smile.gif
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Not really an answer tbh.....all i got from that was no, no, no, defo no, Accessorieswhole and i'm not sure?

No reasons to and why?

Glossy vs matte is personal preference imo and also how much light you have coming into your room for reflections.....i prefer glossy as it makes the colours jump more and looks more vibrant......there seems to be 4 main distributors which is accessorieswhole, green-sum, Excellentcastle and dreamseller....this is on uk ebay.....and i'm going to order pixel perfect because i don't want to take the chance of getting any dead pixels. smile.gif

Read your post, and the answers will match up to your questions:
Overclockability, X-star vs Qnix? Neither is better.
Colour accuracy, X-star vs Qnix? Neither is better.
Quality, X-star vs Qnix? Neither is better.
Good idea to buy perfect pixel? No.
Which dealer is recommended? AccessoriesWhole.
Glossy is a mistake? Not necessarily.

Pixel perfect is at best placebo, and at worst a scam. It's your money.
post #8646 of 25891
Hey there. I just got a qnix 2710 after lurking on this thread for a few weeks. The pixels are all fine, and I am getting a little backlight bleed (but its not a problem). Every few days the screen has a fit and goes like the picture below. I thought it was the overclock so I lowered it to 85 hz (from 96). But it still did it. Just now it went again running at the stock 60 hz as I scrolled with the mouse wheel. When the computer restarts its fine. Does anyone have any advice? The supplied cable is fully screwed in to both to the monitor and graphics card btw.



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Not really an answer tbh.....all i got from that was no, no, no, defo no, Accessorieswhole and i'm not sure?

No reasons to and why?

Glossy vs matte is personal preference imo and also how much light you have coming into your room for reflections.....i prefer glossy as it makes the colours jump more and looks more vibrant......there seems to be 4 main distributors which is accessorieswhole, green-sum, Excellentcastle and dreamseller....this is on uk ebay.....and i'm going to order pixel perfect because i don't want to take the chance of getting any dead pixels. smile.gif

There is also red-cap as a seller. I choose them as their price was the best at the time of buying.
On a side note: Fedex shows my monitor at the depot one hour away. So close I can taste it!, but its on hold as the scheduled delivery is Wednesday! sadsmiley.gif
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Hey there. I just got a qnix 2710 after lurking on this thread for a few weeks. The pixels are all fine, and I am getting a little backlight bleed (but its not a problem). Every few days the screen has a fit and goes like the picture below. I thought it was the overclock so I lowered it to 85 hz (from 96). But it still did it. Just now it went again running at the stock 60 hz as I scrolled with the mouse wheel. When the computer restarts its fine. Does anyone have any advice? The supplied cable is fully screwed in to both to the monitor and graphics card btw.

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I have read in other forums that the delivered DVI cable is not the best, do you maybe have another one you can try? As most problems are solved with a higher quality cable.

Edit: By the way. are you running an AMD (ati) Card? overclocked with afterburner?
Edited by flv1333 - 10/28/13 at 8:49am
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I have read in other forums that the delivered DVI cable is not the best, do you maybe have another one you can try? As most problems are solved with a higher quality cable.

Edit: By the way. are you running an AMD (ati) Card? overclocked with afterburner?

Yes I am running a 7950 overclocked with afterburner. Its totally stable though, and the monitor has never gone crazy when playing a game.
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There is also red-cap as a seller. I choose them as their price was the best at the time of buying.
On a side note: Fedex shows my monitor at the depot one hour away. So close I can taste it!, but its on hold as the scheduled delivery is Wednesday! sadsmiley.gif
Red cap has had the most bad buying experiences on this forum. Which is probably part of the reason why he's the cheapest.
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