A lot of rudeness going on here, the OP clearly states "Which 144p display", why do you people keep talking about 21:9 which is 2560x1080?
Go start your own thread, you people need to realize this information is not just for your discussion here and now, this thread will live on and will be accessed via Google searches and OCN searches, and at this point, if someone else wants to get info on 1440p displays, all they have you you guys arguing and talking about 21:9 displays.
It makes OCN look bad when someone arrives here hoping to get information and just see this rubbish.
OCN should be a good source on experience and info for others on the internet.
OP I have a QNIX QX2710, the one I got was from accessories whole and it has massive light bleed and stuck pixels.
I can easily deal with the stuck pixels, because of the pixel density of 2560x1440 screens, at a normal viewing distance the stuck ones are too small to see.
The light bleed is a killer for me however, I cannot play movies, or dark games, its too much.
If I could go back I would have spent the extra money and not purchased a Korean monitor... That is my experience, obviously others have received great Korean screens.
Also I went from using a 32 inch 1080p HTDTV to this 27 inch screen, I found the smaller physical size was hard to get used to as well.
For me, a 4K 31.5 inch screen would be perfect and when the prices are affordable, ill get one.
Originally Posted by rancor
I don't think anyone has said this yet but Qnix/X-Star PLS monitors get dimer when overclocked and can have problems with burn in (going back to 60Hz has been said to fix this).
I don't own a Qnix/X-Star but I can say the Overlords have better stands, power supplies, and can run at 120Hz 24/7 without problems.
This is very true, the burn in does disappear after some time if you remove the overclock, its not permanent.