Originally Posted by ya mother
Update on my dead pixel problem.....im only concerned about this group of dead pixels tbh as i cant live with these.....Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I have been in contact with the buyer and they suggested it could be dust.....so i asked them if i could open up the Monitor and clean the glass and panel as it would be a shame to send it all the way back to Korea if it was as easy as that to fix it and they agreed as long as i didnt damage anything.
So yesterday i opened it up and removed the glass (easy job) and there was no dust.....wiped it anyway just incase.....now they have offered me a partial refund or return the Monitor.....i have said there is no way i could live with this blob on my monitor so a want to return it.
My question is has anyone done this and who pays the return charge as i have just looked online and from the UK to Korea its gonna cost £108.00...$173.77 which is more than half the cost of the Monitor?
If you didn't pay for a pixel perfect version you might be screwed. I paid for a pixel perfect version on my first korean monitor and it developed 2 bad pixels after about 10-15 days. I insisted they pay for the return shipping. I think they only did pay for the return shipping because I filed for a chargeback with my credit card and they realized they might end up with no money or monitor if they didn't do it. This was accessories whole and they had stated 0 dead pixels in the ad
Originally Posted by bloodr0se
Thanks, so would you probably go for the 27QW then or does the OC'ing potential outweigh the Crossover's benefits.
I guess I'm trying to future proof my setup as much as possible really.
well they both have pro's and conspros
of the 27qw are no backlight problems
possibly slightly better picture but that is in the eye of the beholder.cons
of the 27qw are I really did not like that silver piece of plastic on the bottom. It does come off very easy as I was gonna paint it before I realized I had bad pixels
does not overclock at all.
of the qnix
overclocks from 96-120hz with alot of them doing 120hz
the two I have had only did 110hz each but that is fine with me.
When you overclock you have a gamma shift but I was able to completely fix that using 1.45 gamma in the amd control panel and it passes all the color/gamma tests and looks great.cons
of the qnix are backlight bleed
cons of both:
utterly garbage stand (they have the exact same stand) I replaced it with a mono price desk mount stand
I have what I believe to be backlight bleed on my monitor, or it might just be the normal PLS glow I hear people talking about. If you play a ton of games like Battlefield3/4 You will never even see backlight bleed except on loading screens. If you play more dark action adventure games like metro 2033 or tombraider or some such that glow/bleed can he highly annoying. I put black electrical tape around the frame of my monitor as per the OP post on this thread and it didn't seem to do much.
I want to take pictures of it to get peoples opinion on if it is backlight bleed or if it is just the glow but I can never get a good picture of it that looks anything like what it actually looks like to my eye.
Over all I am very happy with my qnix for the 310$ I spent on it. It came pixel perfect but developed one bright pixel but you CANNOT see it from normal viewing distance even on a black screen unless you look very hard for it.
so the qnix does have the possibility of annoying BLB that some people have had success in fixing, but some have not had luck like me. But again I'm not entirely sure if mine is what is considered backlight bleed or if it is "normal" pls glow.Edited by HardwareDecoder - 11/8/13 at 4:36am