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post #8961 of 25888
OCs to 120 with no frame skipping, but definitely some laggy or hang issues with mouse, lower the OC?
Even at 96, I get weird lag and hangs, almost like my pc itself is slowed down. Followed the guide.
Went down to 60 and still have the issue, Never had this before the oc
Edited by JTHMfreak - 11/7/13 at 1:44pm
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post #8962 of 25888
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Originally Posted by X79guy View Post

Just received my Qnix QX2710LED today from worldbest365. Took 2 days to get it after buying it thumb.gif Right out of the box OCed to 120hz in the nvidia control panel with no problems. Not getting any lines and there is zero backlight bleed. Using the supplied cable. Can anyone tell me why people use the pixel clock patcher and CRU for nvidia cards when you can just create a custom resolution from the nvidia control panel? I have tried BF4 and it reads my monitor as 2560x1440 120hz with no problems. Is there some thing I am not understanding?

Some game wont read the NVidia control panel...thus using CRU instead makes the Defualt Native 120hz instead leaving the Native to 60hz and using NVc to up.
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post #8963 of 25888
Question:

I received mine today , Qnix glossy. I love it. A couple questions actually. Is there a film over the display that needs tobe removed? When using the monitor it doesn't appear so, but when its off it looks cloudy. Also, there is a large, large cluster of dead pixels in the bottom left hand corner, at least 10+ within a 3" radius. I contacted greensum and am awaiting a response. What usually happens here? Do I have to send this back or will they send one out in advance? I have heard the possibility of a partial refund? I would be willing to consider that if I knew that the pixels would not get worse, any input? Thanks guys.
post #8964 of 25888
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Question:

I received mine today , Qnix glossy. I love it. A couple questions actually. Is there a film over the display that needs tobe removed? When using the monitor it doesn't appear so, but when its off it looks cloudy. Also, there is a large, large cluster of dead pixels in the bottom left hand corner, at least 10+ within a 3" radius. I contacted greensum and am awaiting a response. What usually happens here? Do I have to send this back or will they send one out in advance? I have heard the possibility of a partial refund? I would be willing to consider that if I knew that the pixels would not get worse, any input? Thanks guys.

Interesting that you mention this because I have a catleap 2b and noticed that the qnix looks cloudy when off, while the catleap 2b looks completely black. However the Qnix has better colors and seems to be more color accurate then the 2b which has a yellow tint to it. Overall I am extremely annoyed that I payed $800 for the 2b but extremely happy that I payed only 289.99 for the Qniz smile.gif
post #8965 of 25888
Just received my X-Star for $299 from Dream-Seller on eBay.

From Korea to South Carolina in 2 days...

No dead pixels, very little bleeding, overclocks to 120hz easily.
    
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I don't think it will be that high. 3x 1440p has a bigger resolution than 4K (11M pixels vs 8M pixels), so you should be looking at 4K charts and still expect lower numbers than that.

That said, I was able to play games in med/high settings, no AA with my 7950 when I was using a 3240x1920 res (3x 1080p in portrait - 6M pixels). Since 3x 1440p is almost double 3x 1080p, you will most likely need a dual-GPU card or move out of mITX.

I am confused. 4K is a much higher res than 1440P...?
post #8967 of 25888
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Accessorieswhole is offering me another board to try and fix my flickering, I'm not sure if its the language gap or them dodging the question but I cant get them to say if or not they will replace it if I take it apart and screw it up by accident, obviously I don't want to dig into a monitor and possibly break it when I'm sure they have the ability to take a return. Anyone done this before? Did the Ebayer say it was covered?

Lol I replaced my board with the same seller, I did not get into the cover if I screwed up scenario though as took 6 weeks to just sort that part.
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Lol I replaced my board with the same seller, I did not get into the cover if I screwed up scenario though as took 6 weeks to just sort that part.
What is the process of replacing the board? Might try to fix my BLB while I'm there.
post #8969 of 25888
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Originally Posted by bmancreations View Post

I am confused. 4K is a much higher res than 1440P...?

He is saying that three 1440p monitors in surround is higher than 4K. Also three 1080p monitors in surround is pretty close to 4K. It is also good to point out that if your system can run 1440p@120hz(maintaining 120FPS) you can also likely run 4K@60hz since there is only about a 8% difference in total processing. for example:

2560x1440x120 = 442368000
3840x2160x60(4K) = 497664000
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0.888888%

With this in mind three 1440p monitors at 120hz would require a enormous amount of GPU power. I don't think even Titans in SLI could keep you over or equal to 60FPS. The VRAM requirements alone would be 6GB or more as 1440p can easily utilize 2GB of VRAM depending on the game and the texture sizes. You having 3 times that much resolution would ideally need 3 times the VRAM or more.

All that said i have GTX770s in SLI and i can push most everything at 120hz/FPS but still in certain games must turn down settings to keep 120FPS. So ideally i(with my system) would need 3 times the GPU power of GTX770s in SLI. The new AMD GPU or the GTX780ti in TRI SLI might be able to push 1440p times 3 screens in surround and keep 120FPS given you do not hit a VRAM ceiling due to textures.
post #8970 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

He is saying that three 1440p monitors in surround is higher than 4K. Also three 1080p monitors in surround is pretty close to 4K. It is also good to point out that if your system can run 1440p@120hz(maintaining 120FPS) you can also likely run 4K@60hz since there is only about a 8% difference in total processing. for example:

2560x1440x120 = 442368000
3840x2160x60(4K) = 497664000
_________________________
0.888888%

With this in mind three 1440p monitors at 120hz would require a enormous amount of GPU power. I don't think even Titans in SLI could keep you over or equal to 60FPS. The VRAM requirements alone would be 6GB or more as 1440p can easily utilize 2GB of VRAM depending on the game and the texture sizes. You having 3 times that much resolution would ideally need 3 times the VRAM or more.

All that said i have GTX770s in SLI and i can push most everything at 120hz/FPS but still in certain games must turn down settings to keep 120FPS. So ideally i(with my system) would need 3 times the GPU power of GTX770s in SLI. The new AMD GPU or the GTX780ti in TRI SLI might be able to push 1440p times 3 screens in surround and keep 120FPS given you do not hit a VRAM ceiling due to textures.

It's a disappointment really. 4K screens are basically here, or more importantly, higher then 1080p screens are here. I should be able to do this kind of setup on one GPU. frown.gif

I guess I will have to either lower graphic settings, which I dont think I am willing to do, or lower to 1080p in game. Interesting information though, thanks smile.gif
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