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Don't post around here too often, but I'm trying to research these monitors.

I've got SLI Titans, each Titan has DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI and DP ports, one of each.

Can I run triple monitors on these cards without issue with a monitor such as this (Using two DVI-D and one of the DVI-I ports)?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/27-QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-ll-Matte-Screen-2560x1440-QHD-PLS-Monitor-/251271988226?pt=UK_Computing_ComputerComponents_Monitors&hash=item3a80fa4402

And the next question is that I guess if I can run them, I will be restricted to 60Hz and not able to push 120Hz over DVI-I, for example.
post #9712 of 25922
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Originally Posted by spiderxjz82 View Post

Don't post around here too often, but I'm trying to research these monitors.

I've got SLI Titans, each Titan has DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI and DP ports, one of each.

Can I run triple monitors on these cards without issue with a monitor such as this (Using two DVI-D and one of the DVI-I ports)?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/27-QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-ll-Matte-Screen-2560x1440-QHD-PLS-Monitor-/251271988226?pt=UK_Computing_ComputerComponents_Monitors&hash=item3a80fa4402

And the next question is that I guess if I can run them, I will be restricted to 60Hz and not able to push 120Hz over DVI-I, for example.
To my knowledge if you don't have enough DVI-D ports, you will have to use an active displayport and a converter.
post #9713 of 25922
I thought so too, but then noticed this post, didn't know whether it was related at all.
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

They work just fine with DVI-I.
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Damn you have a lot of money smile.gif Yea I would just buy from Ebay seller like accessoriewhole, dream-seller, or green-sum. Try to avoid unknown seller on amazon.

Yeah, only odd part is neither of those sellers have responded to me for the past 2 days now, even after putting in the orders earlier last night which was about morning/early afternoon Korea time. Still nothing even now. I'm worried more about green-sum as I'm told you have to specify what type of monitor you want regardless of what the description says... and if he ships matte without reading my email I'mma rage.

Ordered from WBC as well as both state 2-5 days so we'll see who actually arrives Friday and who arrives next week. Hopefully this time I get gloss. Once I do I'll grab my 3rd.
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+1.

Well 3 monitors worth $300-$400 isn't a lot of money.

Most similar quality monitors go for $800+.

Very true, was originally gonna settle for the PB278Q from samsung x3 and just remove the AG, that or a Dell U3014 x3
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To my knowledge if you don't have enough DVI-D ports, you will have to use an active displayport and a converter.

I have the Display port -> DVI-D and it works fine, retested @ home on my SLI Titans. Since you have 2 you'll be fine as you'll already have 2x DVI-D's so any of the DP's can convert for you.
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I thought so too, but then noticed this post, didn't know whether it was related at all.

Not sure about this as when I attempted using DVI-I the monitor wouldn't accept it. Could be the cable though or the adapter, didn't test on my Titan.
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Originally Posted by spiderxjz82 View Post

I thought so too, but then noticed this post, didn't know whether it was related at all.
Well either way, your titan will have an active displayport so there's no use gimping yourself on the offchance that DVI-I actually does work.
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Is it true the tempered glass on QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution Ⅱ 2 27" is installed after the manufacturer process and will cause dust between the glass and panel, should I stay away from the glass and just get the glossy instead?
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Well either way, your titan will have an active displayport so there's no use gimping yourself in the case that DVI-I actually does work.
It does but the monitor has no DP right? And I thought that from the description and also from what others have said that DP->DVI adapters won't work?
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Is it true the tempered glass on QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution Ⅱ 2 27" is installed after the manufacturer process and will cause dust between the glass and panel, should I stay away from the glass and just get the glossy instead?

It's true about aftermarket but causing dust is different, the only caution is that dust MAY get in between when installing. As for anything getting in after, unless you're in a super dusty room the chance even then is super low. If you know what you're doing you can always remove the glass and clean it. I believe its been proven that it's Matte behind it, vs gloss which is a shame.

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It does but the monitor has no DP right? And I thought that from the description and also from what others have said that DP->DVI adapters won't work?

They work I have one.
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They work I have one.
Normal, passive/active DP->SL-DVI will not; unless you run at <30hz.
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I see, so currently there is no way to run at 60/80Hz with SLI Titans due to connector limitations?
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