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Originally Posted by MeneerVent View Post

Bought the Pixel Perfect version from greensum for €260,-. Paypal charged €275,- goddamnit. Anyone knows how long it will take to be delivered to the Netherlands?
I ordered mine on a Thursday and got it the following Tuesday (I'm a Brit living in The Hague).
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Is anyone able to help with my timing please? Eager to try 110/120hz but don't know how I should adjust these.

I have tried changing the Front Porch vertical to 2 lines and Sync width vertical to 2 lines, as I saw this in a previous post by Spartan I believe. But this didn't help me I still have the same problem.

What graphics card are you using? It may be either your monitor/DL-DVI cable/graphics card that is the problem.

Below are jerrolds' settings that work very well for me.

    
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What graphics card are you using? It may be either your monitor/DL-DVI cable/graphics card that is the problem.

Below are jerrolds' settings that work very well for me.


I have a HD 7950 and using the cable which came with the monitor. I'll give those settings a go thanks.

Edit: Just tried those settings with 110/120hz. 110hz seems to be working! But with 120hz I get the blotchy images on the left side again. Is it worth adjusting anything else to try for 120hz? Or does it probably mean that 110hz is my monitors limit?

Thanks though, happy I can get 110hz! smile.gif
Edited by Feyla - 11/3/13 at 2:13pm
post #8834 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Camberwell View Post

I ordered mine on a Thursday and got it the following Tuesday (I'm a Brit living in The Hague).
That's pretty fast, I am used to wait min.3 weeks for things to arrive from China. Howmuch did you need to pay on taxes and with what company does he ship?
post #8835 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Cutekiller View Post

Hi guys!

I'm looking for a 1440p screen to run my new NVIDIA GTX 780 card!

How does the QNIX in FPS games? Is it fast enough?
If you tell us what monitor you have now we might be able to tell you how the Qnix would compare to that in terms of gaming.

I play Battlefield 4 on mine and I really like the experience. Granted, I used to play games on my Dell 2007WFP IPS.
post #8836 of 25935
hey guys im about to pull the trigger! is this a good deal? does it matter that its not pixelperfect?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140934439651
    
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post #8837 of 25935
So I've been thinking and I'm interested in this monitor. I'm noticing I don't use my 3x1080p Surround setup all that much; bezels are annoying, and my far right monitor is never ever used except when I'm gaming. I would sell two of the three monitors and use the money to purchase one of these bad boys. However, is it guaranteed that they will run 120Hz? Or at least 96Hz? My current monitors are 120Hz and I'm an absolute sucker for refresh rates, I can easily see 60Hz and I can not stand it anymore..... What to do
post #8838 of 25935
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So I've been thinking and I'm interested in this monitor. I'm noticing I don't use my 3x1080p Surround setup all that much; bezels are annoying, and my far right monitor is never ever used except when I'm gaming. I would sell two of the three monitors and use the money to purchase one of these bad boys. However, is it guaranteed that they will run 120Hz? Or at least 96Hz? My current monitors are 120Hz and I'm an absolute sucker for refresh rates, I can easily see 60Hz and I can not stand it anymore..... What to do

I was at a similar boat, I had 3x IPS monitors in Portrait Eyefinity and I ended up keeping one as a secondary portrait monitor in conjunction with my Qnix. Although my screen estate and resolution shrunk, I am much happier with the larger screen, especially when it's at 120Hz.

There is no guarantee for any overclock, but 90% who try will get 96Hz and anything past that is pretty much lottery. Despite that, many people have been able to get 110~120Hz easily.

The biggest change for you will probably be the better colors, but you may not care for them. I'm not sure if the higher response times (6~8ms vs your 1ms) would change things, but from what I've read, it isn't noticeable.

Btw, really cool build, interested to see how that setup fairs when it's completed.
    
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post #8839 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

I was at a similar boat, I had 3x IPS monitors in Portrait Eyefinity and I ended up keeping one as a secondary portrait monitor in conjunction with my Qnix. Although my screen estate and resolution shrunk, I am much happier with the larger screen, especially when it's at 120Hz.

There is no guarantee for any overclock, but 90% who try will get 96Hz and anything past that is pretty much lottery. Despite that, many people have been able to get 110~120Hz easily.

The biggest change for you will probably be the better colors, but you may not care for them. I'm not sure if the higher response times (6~8ms vs your 1ms) would change things, but from what I've read, it isn't noticeable.

Btw, really cool build, interested to see how that setup fairs when it's completed.

Yeah, selling two of my gaming monitors and buying the QNIX actually ends up saving money. TriSLI for 1440p is complete overkill though. Some games still actually struggle at 3x1080p.
And hopefully at the tail end of this week I should be getting the rig together!
post #8840 of 25935
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Originally Posted by MeneerVent View Post

That's pretty fast, I am used to wait min.3 weeks for things to arrive from China. Howmuch did you need to pay on taxes and with what company does he ship?
I bought mine from a different ebay seller (bigclothcraft), they used DHL and I paid €57 total for tax and fees - make sure you have cash though, the delivery person that came was an independant courier and I could not pin....it is amazingly fast as you said compared to usual buying from China/Hong Kong!
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