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after alot of research i order :

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Up-to-2Dead-Pixels-New-Matte-QNIX-QX2710-LED-2560x1440-QHD-PLS-Monitor-/251271982638

good price to me regardless guaranteeing up to 2 dead pixel

is qnix good ?
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after alot of research i order :

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Up-to-2Dead-Pixels-New-Matte-QNIX-QX2710-LED-2560x1440-QHD-PLS-Monitor-/251271982638

good price to me regardless guaranteeing up to 2 dead pixel

is qnix good ?

IMO the Qnix QX2710 (The one you bought.) and the Asus VG248QE are the two best monitors on the market right now.
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Originally Posted by Paramount View Post

after alot of research i order :

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Up-to-2Dead-Pixels-New-Matte-QNIX-QX2710-LED-2560x1440-QHD-PLS-Monitor-/251271982638

good price to me regardless guaranteeing up to 2 dead pixel

is qnix good ?

I have a Qnix monitor overclocked to 120hz. I also have a Crossover blade edition. I have several friends working in digital design and have had the pleasure of seeing the Apple thunderbolt, Qnix, Crossover blade, The asus 144hz monitor, several dell monitors(all high end), and a legit samsung PLS display all side by side at one time or another. Over all the monitors i have compared i would take the Qnix at 120hz over all of them. You are not going to beat PLS + 120hz + 2560x1440p for a long time. Also unless you are worried about the extra ports it does not have an internal scaler so ghosting and input lag are virtually none existent. On the negative side(always got to play devils advocate) the stand is pretty limited and can be wobbly(is not an issue with aftermarket stand), the warranty is lacking(i recommend square trade), and you can only ever use it with a PC due to no scaler(but helps input lag). I would also not expect to run 3D vision on the Qnix it just doesn't have the extra features to do it.

Hope this helps thumb.gif
post #14 of 20
Holy crap..didnt know they OC'd...if i already didht have an Overlord id totally pick this up. Gotta try sell this CrossOver LED-P and maybe entertain the thought.
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Holy crap..didnt know they OC'd...if i already didht have an Overlord id totally pick this up. Gotta try sell this CrossOver LED-P and maybe entertain the thought.

Just to build on this. Below is my latest research regarding overclocking the Qnix

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Well i have tested the heck out of my monoprice cables. More specifically the good one i got. I have got up to 152Hz without seeing any actual artifacts. The problem is panel uniformity at that refresh rate. At 120hz i get a slight bit of of darkness in the top right hand corner of the screen which is not even close to noticeable unless i stare at it with a completely white screen. Higher i really start to get some darkness over there and with like blue or grey i get some scan lines just over 135hz. At 152hz blue or greyish i get a little bit of scan line like artifacts. Tinkering with the settings to get that high did help as i found better settings for being at 120hz. The fact of the matter is for all you guys at 120hz still having a little bit of issues you might try going higher and just try and keep it stable and then keep those settings and go back to 120hz.

I can tell you 120hz to 142 is practically indistinguishable where 120 to 152 there is a slight noticeable difference to me when swinging windows around and also when playing videos with madvr smooth motion on. I can also tell you that after using the monoprice cable my brightness at 120hz is a lot better and is almost comparable to my crossover blade(rendering the blade completely obsolete to me)

The one thing i have not tested is the burn-in effect at those higher refresh rates and for obvious reasons. I would advise most of us over 100hz to set a nice short screensaver timeout.
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post #16 of 20
If you want Korean IPS get the CrossOver 27Q LED because it has the best build quality.

If you want Korean PLS get the QNIX or X-STAR.
post #17 of 20
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I have a Qnix monitor overclocked to 120hz. I also have a Crossover blade edition. I have several friends working in digital design and have had the pleasure of seeing the Apple thunderbolt, Qnix, Crossover blade, The asus 144hz monitor, several dell monitors(all high end), and a legit samsung PLS display all side by side at one time or another. Over all the monitors i have compared i would take the Qnix at 120hz over all of them. You are not going to beat PLS + 120hz + 2560x1440p for a long time. Also unless you are worried about the extra ports it does not have an internal scaler so ghosting and input lag are virtually none existent. On the negative side(always got to play devils advocate) the stand is pretty limited and can be wobbly(is not an issue with aftermarket stand), the warranty is lacking(i recommend square trade), and you can only ever use it with a PC due to no scaler(but helps input lag). I would also not expect to run 3D vision on the Qnix it just doesn't have the extra features to do it.

Hope this helps

thats pretty cool spartan smile.gif

+rep

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If you want Korean PLS get the QNIX or X-STAR.

i already bought Qnix ..thanx mate
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I have a Qnix monitor overclocked to 120hz. I also have a Crossover blade edition. I have several friends working in digital design and have had the pleasure of seeing the Apple thunderbolt, Qnix, Crossover blade, The asus 144hz monitor, several dell monitors(all high end), and a legit samsung PLS display all side by side at one time or another. Over all the monitors i have compared i would take the Qnix at 120hz over all of them. You are not going to beat PLS + 120hz + 2560x1440p for a long time. Also unless you are worried about the extra ports it does not have an internal scaler so ghosting and input lag are virtually none existent. On the negative side(always got to play devils advocate) the stand is pretty limited and can be wobbly(is not an issue with aftermarket stand), the warranty is lacking(i recommend square trade), and you can only ever use it with a PC due to no scaler(but helps input lag). I would also not expect to run 3D vision on the Qnix it just doesn't have the extra features to do it.

Hope this helps thumb.gif

Just wanted to chime in and say I prefer the image quality of my new QNIX more than my IPS Apple 27" Cinema Display. I think it's the black levels. It's really noticeable side by side how much deeper the black is on the PLS. I had to change my ACD to a real picture wallpaper from the blank black I usually use !

Still going to keep this ACD though, since I believe it is much more color accurate, and I'm not confident in ever getting this QNIX to an accurate photo-editing, etc. level.
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Just wanted to chime in and say I prefer the image quality of my new QNIX more than my IPS Apple 27" Cinema Display. I think it's the black levels. It's really noticeable side by side how much deeper the black is on the PLS. I had to change my ACD to a real picture wallpaper from the blank black I usually use !

Still going to keep this ACD though, since I believe it is much more color accurate, and I'm not confident in ever getting this QNIX to an accurate photo-editing, etc. level.

This is a very good point. I would not suggest anyone that is going to try to do in depth editing with these korean displays. This is one of the one things that is a draw back unless you have a professional display calibrator(not likely for most of us) as they are not factory calibrated and a lot of times are in a korean display because the perfect color accuracy could not be achieved. This COULD be a deal breaker for some of us if it is a must.
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all right guys

i am going deep to mentioned club and make decision.

Rep to all

To be technical, PLS technology is superior to the current IPS variations seen in the korean monitors. Amongst other benefits, the PLS lets through more backlight which means it can have a higher maximum brightness, and will take less energy to have the same brightness as an IPS, which saves energy. PLS has the same if not better image quality.
I was hesitant about getting into the korean 1440p monitor market (especially on ebay) but I am glad that I did. I bought a Qnix from hulustar. There are many other good sellers too, like green-sum, dream-seller, bigclothcraft, etc.. Like mentioned above, check out the Korean PLS monitor club (link is in my signature). I have tried to compile a thorough amount of information on the monitors and provide buyer statistics as well. Let me know if I can answer any questions about PLS that you have.

edit: Sorry I didn't read the second page of this thread. Congrats on the qnix purchase
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