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BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!! Excuse the cam quality. Add me to the list. And how do I calibrate and check for dead pixels. Exactly how do I OC it?

Check the first post.
post #8932 of 25911
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As far as I know, they Qnix QX2710 (and the X-Star) are the only Korean 1440p monitors that are capable of overclocking. At least to something as high as 96 or 120Hz.

The CrossOver 27QW uses the exact same panel as the Qnix. So with that one, you would be trading overclocking for a different bezel, the screen itself would be the same.

The CrossOver Black Tune uses an AH-IPS screen which is known for having sharper text/crisper images, but PLS is known for better colors. So in that case you'd be trading overclocking and colors for a different bezel and sharper text.

Honestly, as far as PLS vs. IPS go, theyre pretty similar. The real major difference here is the refresh rate. So out of the ones youve listed, the Qnix is the only one who will be able to do 120Hz wink.gif

EDIT: Keep in mind that the only Qnix that is known to overclock is the DVI ONLY model. Multi-input ones seem to have issues going much above 60Hz.

Thank you for the reply. I had no idea that the others would not overclock. I am just really starting to research these monitors. Is there a better one than the ones I listed that I should give a look to?
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Thank you for the reply. I had no idea that the others would not overclock. I am just really starting to research these monitors. Is there a better one than the ones I listed that I should give a look to?

Actually, I could be wrong, after checking http://www.overclockmonitor.com/ it seems that theyre listing the CrossOver BlackTune you posted as an overclocking model too, although its quite a bit more expensive than a Qnix or X-Star :O

It must be new, I have never seen them posted before, at least not as overclockable
Edited by Zipper Fairy - 11/6/13 at 2:28pm
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Upgraded my graphics card from 570sli to R9-280x Crossfire and must say it's amazing. But the reason posting here is because changing my Grpahics card not only I get higher FPS but also able to do 120Hz with no scan lines etc etc
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Upgraded my graphics card from 570sli to R9-280x Crossfire and must say it's amazing. But the reason posting here is because changing my Grpahics card not only I get higher FPS but also able to do 120Hz with no scan lines etc etc

I've been thinking about picking up a second 280x myself. How is Crossfire running for you? Do you notice any microstutter?
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Question: Do the Nvidia and Radeon cards both work to overclock these monitors? I've seen the Nvidia software mentioned a few times, what about Radeon software? Deciding on next video card GTX780 or R9 290X but want to make sure software will work.

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My monitor arrived today. I think the ebay seller told me perfect pixel means zero dead pixel and I think he is right on my monitor. Had to pay import tax though. somewhat backlight bleed on full black screen at bottom/mid left corner
Edited by Testier - 11/6/13 at 5:40pm
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My monitor arrived today. I think the ebay seller told me perfect pixel means zero dead pixel and I think he is right on my monitor. Had to pay import tax though. somewhat backlight bleed on full black screen at bottom/mid left corner

How much was teh import tax if you dont' mind me asking?
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How much was teh import tax if you dont' mind me asking?
55ish I think.
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I will at Xmas have three of these monitors. I have a GTX 770 2GB card (windforce). I am wondering if it's possible to game on three 1440P monitors with this card? Yes and I mean at 1440P, not at a lower res.

Or, assuming its not really possible (unless graphic settings are in ****ty mode) what card upgrade would allow me to do so. Please note, my system is ITX, so single GPU is only possible.
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