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I also ordered from Dream seller for around 280 each. I bought 2 monitors on 2 separate orders last week and received each monitor 2-3 days after it shipped. I live in California and received no custom charges. I think there is information about potential custom charges on the product info if you look at the page. Almost all sellers have that information posted.
post #9412 of 25888
So you can't use Shadow Play when you o verclocked to 120hz? that kinda suck.

Also I'm in Cali too so are you guys 100% sure that they dont charge customs fee right?
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post #9413 of 25888
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post #9414 of 25888
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

So you can't use Shadow Play when you o verclocked to 120hz? that kinda suck.

Also I'm in Cali too so are you guys 100% sure that they dont charge customs fee right?

They shouldn't do. America have a free trade agreement with South Korea.
post #9415 of 25888
So i got my monitor working, I had/have a bad DVI-D cable (should have probably checked that first ting) however, i got the cable to work by bending it and it threw up a reliable picture (it did have some scan lines that would flicker across the screen, but nothing that wasn't tollerable. I can't get a new cable this week as i'm in the airforce stationed in korea, so getting off base this week is sorta a no-go.

My new problem, i updated to the latest nvidia drivers, and now i can't get a picture to the monitor. not sure what might be causing it. any clues? I uninstalled nvidia experience,
post #9416 of 25888
... Never mind, it's the damn cable....
post #9417 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Feyla View Post

Quick and probably stupid question: If I get a Wii U which connects to a tv/monitor via HDMI, will I be able to connect it to my Qnix with a Dual DVI > HDMI adapter, even if it won't go above 60hz?

Anyone know please?
post #9418 of 25888
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Anyone know please?

No it will not work as the Qnix does not have a scaler and the Wii U doesn't have scaling. If the Wii U could output 1440p it could work but consoles are stuck in the plague of 1080p(and lower). Even the PS4 and Xbone wont have scaling or(to my knowledge) 1440p support. PC graphics have scaling in the video chipset or card.
post #9419 of 25888
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Anyone know please?

The wiiU does not have HDCP implementation so possible that it will work, but most of the games run @ 720p so you will only see them @ 720p on your screen with black borders, since the QNIX does not do anything to the input signal (upscale etc).
post #9420 of 25888
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Originally Posted by rcoolb2002 View Post

The wiiU does not have HDCP implementation so possible that it will work, but most of the games run @ 720p so you will only see them @ 720p on your screen with black borders, since the QNIX does not do anything to the input signal (upscale etc).

I have rigged the Qnix to do this with an xbox360 and PS3. It looks terrible and completely cuts the performance of the panel to a point of not being worth it. The visuals are blurry and washed out even compared to inferior quality panels. The Wii U having even less graphics capabilities will likely be the same or worse.

If you want to try it set the resolution to 720p on a separate monitor saving the changes. Then connect the qnix and try it. If it works then you will see a horrible picture. If it doesn't work try applying the resolution again. Sometimes hot swapping the cable can work with the PS3 so it could work with the Wii U too. Also if the screen does show up but looks like a color visualization then the picture is trying to display but the console cannot match the appropriate scaling settings(tried an original xbox for grins).
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