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Have read a couple of reviews that discuss light bleeding and dead pixels with the QNIX. Any people here have any personal experience of the monitor?

Backlight bleeding is fixable by yourself and dead pixels aren't that huge of a deal as long as there aren't more than 2 of them. Just buy a pixel perfect one from green-sum.

For 2560x1600 120Hz, it might be possible if you have a CrossOver 30Q5 with an Overlord Overclock PCB, but you'll need to contact Overlord to find out if the two are compatible...

I'd say to just get the Qnix though, as the CrossOver + Overlord PCB if it works is about $800.
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Originally Posted by Remmib View Post

Backlight bleeding is fixable by yourself and dead pixels aren't that huge of a deal as long as there aren't more than 2 of them. Just buy a pixel perfect one from green-sum.

For 2560x1600 120Hz, it might be possible if you have a CrossOver 30Q5 with an Overlord Overclock PCB, but you'll need to contact Overlord to find out if the two are compatible...

I'd say to just get the Qnix though, as the CrossOver + Overlord PCB if it works is about $800.

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I have a Qnix.

1. Fixed the backlight bleed with tape.
2. I did not get a perfect pixel one but it has no dead pixels.
3. I can overclock to 120hz but with color shift. This is easily corrected with the ICC profiles in the club thread
4. Got a squaretrade warranty for ease of mind.

I cannot justify spending 200 on a PCB. Maybe 100 but it is seriously a PCB board you are paying 200 for? These sell for practically nothing elsewhere and the Qnix is seriously only 100 bucks more than the PCB.
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