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post #1271 of 1999
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Originally Posted by djeck12 View Post

Thanks! imma take a look at this once I get home. I did update my bios a day after I built my PC, but it causes my games to slow down a bit, fps drops and lowered my scores in benchmarks. At first I thought it was the monitor after overclcocking. So I decided to re-format/clean install and use the older version of the bios and OC'd the monitor again and gave me good results. But yea! Thanks! I'll try it later and see what will happen. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by BadRobot View Post

I think it's related to the monitor because it has no board for an OSD and such. It relies solely on the feed the video card gives. What is your OS, gpu, motherboard? Maybe it's in the sleep settings of the OS or motherboard? I have W10 and from sleep to login screen the monitor takes about 3s to wake up (same for hours on sleep).

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Originally Posted by rissie View Post

Sleep states are typically software or motherboard bios problems... http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2449984

May not be the latest but from a quick Google.

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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

I didn't get the pixel perfect one since I missed the discount.... I had one stuck pixel on the side so not too bad, at least it's not dead.... so hopefully it will **** off after some extensive usage

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Originally Posted by Advil000 View Post

Both. I use the 2795 QHD for gaming, positioned right in front of me and the 47" TV for secondary monitor and shows while gaming. It's just off to the side and a few feet farther away. I have very deep desks.

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Originally Posted by vsseracer View Post

I do see a warm yellowing. Pretty sure it can be filtered out using NVidia control panel. Just don't have tools to do it properly so I am winging it. Bought from dream-seller. No bad pixels and only slight lower left backlight bleed. Took 5 days to receive from when I clicked buy on EBay.
does anyone else have random flcikering issue ? like @badrobot previously ? so i could test it before the warranty ends ?
post #1272 of 1999
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Originally Posted by EyeChoose View Post

does anyone else have random flcikering issue ? like @badrobot previously ? so i could test it before the warranty ends ?

It just did it again. Purely light browsing with no intensive tasks in the background. The only thing I could thing it could be is the heating thing drawing too much power from the wall because it happened when it turned on? I tried replicating it but it doesn't seem to be that. This is incredibly weird. Maybe it's just the power supply not doing well.

edit: just 1 time so far.
post #1273 of 1999
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Originally Posted by BadRobot View Post

It just did it again. Purely light browsing with no intensive tasks in the background. The only thing I could thing it could be is the heating thing drawing too much power from the wall because it happened when it turned on? I tried replicating it but it doesn't seem to be that. This is incredibly weird. Maybe it's just the power supply not doing well.

edit: just 1 time so far.
it happen twice already? are you planning to contact your seller? for a fix or something?
post #1274 of 1999
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Originally Posted by EyeChoose View Post

it happen twice already? are you planning to contact your seller? for a fix or something?

Twice yes. Now a third this morning (about 4h ago from this post). And no, I don't think I will. At best they could send me a replacement power supply and at worst I'd have to send back my monitor. Not too bummed about it happening
post #1275 of 1999
Anyone else here that has mounted the monitor on a VESA arm? When I touch the monitor or hit the desk which makes the screen wobble the screen flashes to black and sometimes stays black. Like its short-circuiting or something. Are the screws touching something inside the monitor?
post #1276 of 1999
Mine is mounted on vesa mounts and the screws are bottomed out but no flashing or black screens on mine.
post #1277 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Vimm View Post

Anyone else here that has mounted the monitor on a VESA arm? When I touch the monitor or hit the desk which makes the screen wobble the screen flashes to black and sometimes stays black. Like its short-circuiting or something. Are the screws touching something inside the monitor?

I don't have a custom stand... but from the reports, the vesa screw mounts are fairly shallow... are you using the right screw length? If not are you over tightening the screws?

To make things more distinct... when you say it flashes to black - what about the LED power indicator? If that remains powered on (blue on mine) it may mean your DVI-D cable/mount point is loose.
post #1278 of 1999
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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

I just took it apart, you can't debezel it without replacing the case, because the internal parts are held together by the case. I am going to spray paint the bezel with plasti dip to give it a matte finish though, will update when the can gets here



PS: that piece of tape is for marking where my one dreaded stuck pixel is....

Hey there, I'm planning to de-bezel my monitors once my other 2 arrive, and I've just gone ahead and done my first one (almost).

What does it look like underneath yours? I got the C2 panel for my first monitor from Helloemart, but my other two are coming from Green-Sum and I really hope they are the same!

If yours looks like my first one does

this was taken from the top, then you should be good to go if you follow this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnVkA6ZcoQv5piavGXZDJv3Wj2E4MT_iE up until he removes the panel from the case.

I've taken out the backlighting cable and it looks like this


Does yours look the same?

edit: I forgot to mention, this is how it can be done http://www.overclock.net/t/1404407/how-to-create-a-vesa-mount-after-debezelling-your-monitor-qnix-qx2710 there's heaps of examples of how people have done theirs.

ALSO! For anyone with a C1 monitor (I'm looking at you BadRobot), does yours look the same? I just want to be prepared in case I receive C1 monitors as my other two. I really hope they are the same though.
Edited by chris92 - 11/5/15 at 1:49am
post #1279 of 1999
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Originally Posted by chris92 View Post

Hey there, I'm planning to de-bezel my monitors once my other 2 arrive, and I've just gone ahead and done my first one (almost).

What does it look like underneath yours? I got the C2 panel for my first monitor from Helloemart, but my other two are coming from Green-Sum and I really hope they are the same!

If yours looks like my first one does

this was taken from the top, then you should be good to go if you follow this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnVkA6ZcoQv5piavGXZDJv3Wj2E4MT_iE up until he removes the panel from the case.

I've taken out the backlighting cable and it looks like this


Does yours look the same?

edit: I forgot to mention, this is how it can be done http://www.overclock.net/t/1404407/how-to-create-a-vesa-mount-after-debezelling-your-monitor-qnix-qx2710 there's heaps of examples of how people have done theirs.

ALSO! For anyone with a C1 monitor (I'm looking at you BadRobot), does yours look the same? I just want to be prepared in case I receive C1 monitors as my other two. I really hope they are the same though.

Oh I debezelled it already, just waiting for my new mount and stand to arrive
post #1280 of 1999
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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

I just took it apart, you can't debezel it without replacing the case, because the internal parts are held together by the case. I am going to spray paint the bezel with plasti dip to give it a matte finish though, will update when the can gets here



PS: that piece of tape is for marking where my one dreaded stuck pixel is....
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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

Oh I debezelled it already, just waiting for my new mount and stand to arrive

Oh, I didn't see an update. Must have missed it, haha. Did it go alright? I just took mine apart then. How did you go about sticking the PCB box to the panel?

Was your monitor a C1 monitor or a C2 monitor?
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