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YAMAKASI Q270 JUPITER or QNIX QX2710 or WASABI MANGO QH275?

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Among the three monitors, i would get one. sincerely need your help!!
YAMAKASI Q270 JUPITER has various ports at a reasonable price. QNIX QX2710, has been one of the most popular model with some chance of OC-ability. And just found another monitor called WASABI MANGO, but there does not seem to any thread about it. Anyone has it? for comparison, some brief infos about them

YAMAKASI Q270 JUPITER
D-sub, DVI-D(dual link), HDMI v1.4a
27" QHD
pretty reasonable price as a multi-port model

QNIX QX2710
DVI-D(dual link), D-Sub
27" QHD
has been around $300 or even lower. Non-AD board monitor.

WASABI MANGO QH275
Funny name.
27" QHD
DVI-D(dual link), D-Sub, HDMI v1.4a (two HDMI ports)
online, it says it supports 2560*1440 via the both HDMI ports. If it is true, very tempting. but, can't find any other information about it. anyone has it?
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THe Jupiter has DISPLAYPORT though?
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Originally Posted by orangepita View Post

THe Jupiter has DISPLAYPORT though?

You're right. It does have a display port. Missed it.
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1- What is the difference between the Yamakasi Q270 and the Jupiter edition?

2- Any real disadvantage of having no AD board in the monitor? Also what about the advantages exacty.


I don't know why the Yamakasi is so much more expensive than the Qnix and so far the Qnix seems to be the most popular model, not only among those who want to overclock it.
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Originally Posted by PanzerIV View Post

1- What is the difference between the Yamakasi Q270 and the Jupiter edition?

2- Any real disadvantage of having no AD board in the monitor? Also what about the advantages exacty.


I don't know why the Yamakasi is so much more expensive than the Qnix and so far the Qnix seems to be the most popular model, not only among those who want to overclock it.

As far as i know,

1. Panel
Q270 SE - IPS
Jupiter - AOU

2. Inputs
Q270 SE - DVI-D, D-Sub(?)
Jupiter - DVI-D, D-Sub, HDMI, Display

3. Speaker
Q270 SE - No
Jupiter - Yes

Anything else? If so, please share!!

the advantage of non-AD board monitors would be.. hmm.... price? And some chance of overclocking?
post #6 of 8
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Oh, btw, my friend just pulled a trigger on the wasabi mango one, qhd277. It very seems to be same as yamakasi ds270 se, which i once considered a few months ago. if it turns out to be same as ds270 se, i would also get it. the price is tempting. since it only has a dvi port, i would go for my office though.

Anyway, reading a reply from another thread, it might be good to have 21:9 monitor for works. it sounds good.
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Here's some pictures of QHD277. Just some pictures in my friend's room to check light bleeding. For me, looks very good.



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Originally Posted by nevereasy View Post

Here's some pictures of QHD277. Just some pictures in my friend's room to check light bleeding. For me, looks very good.




Thanks for posting that. I just went ahead and ordered this exact monitor since the price for the Yamakasi monitors is through the roof.
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