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QNIX QX2400 LED Phantom 24" 1920X1200 PLS

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I just found this monitor on ebay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-QNIX-QX2400-LED-Phantom-24-FULL-HD-1920X1200-D-sub-DVI-Monitor-/321052363216?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item4ac03649d0

Has anybody got one or know anything about them. if there anything like the QNIX 27" PLS maybe it will overclock
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Might as well pay $50 more for an X-Star 27" 2560x1440 from the same seller.
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You got a good point, but if you don't have horsepower to push 2560X1440 this might be a good alternative. I see he has non perfect for $219

http://www.ebay.com/itm/QNIX-QX2400-LED-Phantom-24inch-1920-X-1200-High-Definition-D-sub-DVI-in-Monitor-/221174801915?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item337f0ba5fb
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Originally Posted by Kid 0 View Post

You got a good point, but if you don't have horsepower to push 2560X1440 this might be a good alternative. I see he has non perfect for $219

http://www.ebay.com/itm/QNIX-QX2400-LED-Phantom-24inch-1920-X-1200-High-Definition-D-sub-DVI-in-Monitor-/221174801915?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item337f0ba5fb
Not worth it. The 27" QHD versions, you save maybe $200 over brand name versions.

This one? You save $30. Maybe. And you don't get the same warranty terms, and you don't get nearly the same monitor quality.
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Not worth it. The 27" QHD versions, you save maybe $200 over brand name versions.

This one? You save $30. Maybe. And you don't get the same warranty terms, and you don't get nearly the same monitor quality.

+1

You could get the 144hz Asus monitor for marginally more money and get all the perks of name brand + 144hz and lightboost.
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