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My pixel perfect Qnix from green-sum arrived earlier this week. It came with one stuck red pixel and minor back light bleed. I knew what pixel perfect probably meant so I'm satisfied with how the monitor turned out.

I have a couple of questions about running my crossfire 7850's at 96 Hz with a single bridge. The cards run Dota 2, BioShock Infinite, Skyrim and Dragon Age Origins overclocked at or above 96 fps without any problems. Most of the info in this thread has been about two connector cards not working with only one bridge. So far my one connector cards are running fine, but I am trying to find situations that make them fail.

  1. What does single bridge failure look like? (game doesn't load, screen tearing, low fps)
  2. I don't own many games, but the ones I have run without problems. When should my crossfire setup be failing?

I have to lower AA and some settings to get my fps above 96. My random nontechnical guess is that maybe the 7850's can't saturate the bridge at those settings, or maybe they will just work on a game by game basis.
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Should I buy the Qnix from accessorieswhole or from green-sum? Green sum costs €10,- more (€260,-) but he offers perfect pixel guarantee. accessorieswhole told me he ships it like it costs 200 dollar and with FedEX. greensum didn't reply yet (I asked greensum 10 minutes ago).
I would say go with accessorieswhole if going for the perfect pixel model because they are the only one who seems to cover every type of pixel fault in that guarantee. Green-sum doesn't cover stuck pixels at all I think (which are the most annoying ones).
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Has anyone been able to run an overclock on their GPU along with an overclocked monitor yet? I'm limited to 60hz if I OC my gpu even by 1mhz.

Edit: Really hoping that this is just my 5850 not wanting to play nice with this particular monitor because I'm throwing in a pair of 290x's once the nonref models come out. Those will be overclocked and I'd like to run my monitor at 96hz for that.

Mine seems to work fine at 96hz with an overclocked HD 7950. I think It'll be your card rather than the overclock.
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is there a big noticeable difference between 96hz and 120hz?
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is there a big noticeable difference between 96hz and 120hz?

Not really

60Hz -> 96Hz is the biggest jump
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2nd Qnix arrived yesterday, no dead pixels, paid for pixel perfect, from what I can tell, no backlight bleed. Ordered from Green-Sum this time around, 1st order was from dream-seller. Overall extremely happy! Now I just need 1 more and that damn 780 lightning thats stuck at ontracs facility 3 MILES away.. On-trac should be not-on-trac.
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Would the class C power plug it comes with be an issue? After considerations, I think that korean PLS/IPSs are cheap enough to do get the job and cannot be ignored. Afterall, I doubt I can see a serious difference comparing to my U2410. Also, what are the rough chances are getting a pixel perfect one from green sum? 50/50?

Also, it says 2-5 days of shipping, true?
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Would the class C power plug it comes with be an issue? After considerations, I think that korean PLS/IPSs are cheap enough to do get the job and cannot be ignored. Afterall, I doubt I can see a serious difference comparing to my U2410. Also, what are the rough chances are getting a pixel perfect one from green sum? 50/50?

No clue on the statistics, but so far i've been spending the extra on pixel perfect and so far i have 2 monitors with no dead/stuck pixels. I say spend the extra $20 and go for a pixel perfect one, even though I've seen reports of people getting a perfect pixel when they had ordered a non pixel perfect monitor.
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No clue on the statistics, but so far i've been spending the extra on pixel perfect and so far i have 2 monitors with no dead/stuck pixels. I say spend the extra $20 and go for a pixel perfect one, even though I've seen reports of people getting a perfect pixel when they had ordered a non pixel perfect monitor.

Yeah, i think I am going with this one. http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Perfect-Pixel-New-QNIX-QX2710-LED-Evolution-2-27-2560x1440-PLS-Monitor-Matte-/111073520913?pt=US_Computer_Speakers&hash=item19dc7f6d11
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Thats the exact same one i ordered (Ad) I say pull the trigger!
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