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post #1661 of 1997
ok thanks
post #1662 of 1997
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Originally Posted by Shogun0 View Post

I LOVE THIS MONITOR.

It came in last night. NOT A SINGLE DEAD PIXEL. I am anal about that and was worried. If there is one.. I can't find it. Didn't bother with the Perfect Pixel option after reading here. Minimal backlight bleeding, just fantastic.

Colors were warm out of the gate. Downloaded the 8-25-2015 ICC profile from here.. much better.

Overclocked to 110hz but had minor color artifacting. I did get to 120hz with no skipping but lots of artifacting. I could prob run at 105ish but decided meh. Just dropped it to 96hz like most here and runs flawless.

I also ordered the Ergotron LX monitor arm. As others have said- the screws will be too long. I just put 3 washes behind each screw and it worked great.

I LOVE 1440P IPS.

In regular gaming/browsing/working mode:



In flight sim mode:





This monitor is fantastic. I was a little worried but no longer. It is great.

I did notice, as post above me said, that some games wouldn't register above 60fps. Turns out that I had to modify some of the games config files because it still thought I was running a 60hz monitor. Once I changed that to 96.. perfect.


Looking good! I went out and bought a monitor stand too for two of three monitors. Sadly, I can't get a wallpaper that works for 1080x1920 resolution with a setup like this frown.gif



Using Crimson control panel I even managed to get the right monitor up to 75Hz with no artifacts. The 2795 refuses any settings from Crimson though.
post #1663 of 1997
Has the newer nvidia driver solved the dual monitor issues with overclocking? I'm still running 358.50 as it didn't have the issue.
post #1664 of 1997
I just got this monitor delivered to me today with no stuck pixels, which is great. I do have a problem with the colors on it though. At 6500K color temperature the monitor has this yellow tint, even with the ICC profile provided somewhere earlier in this thread. I have to bring it up to 10K (max) to use it at all and even then it's really obviously still yellow instead of white.

Images (2795 left, Asus VG248QE on right):
10K
6.5K

It doesn't come out to well on photo but it's very obvious in person.

Any ideas?
post #1665 of 1997
In Color Sustainer I just use pre-defined -> Linear, not the ICC profiles. My Q is much whiter than my asus monitor.
Asus Left | Q Right
post #1666 of 1997
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Originally Posted by Dockson View Post

I just got this monitor delivered to me today with no stuck pixels, which is great. I do have a problem with the colors on it though. At 6500K color temperature the monitor has this yellow tint, even with the ICC profile provided somewhere earlier in this thread. I have to bring it up to 10K (max) to use it at all and even then it's really obviously still yellow instead of white.

Images (2795 left, Asus VG248QE on right):
10K
6.5K

It doesn't come out to well on photo but it's very obvious in person.

Any ideas?

No ideas (sorry), but I can confirm that it definitely shouldn't look like that.
post #1667 of 1997
So i had the same problem as this man:
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Originally Posted by matt4765 View Post

Just tested it, and when unplugging the cable while the monitor is on (blue LED and is use) the light will go to red and the flashing problem won't occur. However, if I unplug the cable while the monitor is already blinking, it will continue to do so.

After unplugging/reconnecting the monitor while it was on, the blinking seemed to stop when the PC shutdown/slept! smile.gif I will test it more to see if it will stay in standby correctly, but now everything looks pretty good.

I can recreate the blinking by simply turning the monitor off then on again when the computer is either on or off/sleeping (could somebody test this?), and the blinking will occur when the monitor goes into standby mode (if not already there) and it won't stop until I disconnect/reconnect the monitor while it is powered on and in use (blue LED). It seems that as long as I don't touch the power button, the monitor will standby correctly!

Thanks guys! Hope everything stays working correctly.

EDIT: Unfortunately it seems like the good news from before wasn't actually accurate drool.gif .. Now the monitor is back to its blinking ways, however I can sometimes stop it from blinking by disconnecting/reconnecting the DVI-D cable, but the effect wears off after a couple of hours or sooner. Overall, it is really quite finicky, sometimes it will sleep (after removing/reinserting the cable), sometimes it won't, etc. Also, now sometimes when unplugging the DVI-D cable when the monitor is in use (blue LED) it will not go red but blink..so I really don't know what causes it at this point.

I have tried a couple of different dual link DVI-D cables and all have has this problem, but if there is a specific one that you recommend I'd be interested in trying it.

Аfter a long correspondence with the seller, we found that the problem is a / d board. As a result, he sent me a new one with instructions how to replace it. However, I am not sure that I have enough skills to disassemble and assemble the monitor without incident, so I put her for better times.
post #1668 of 1997
After reading a lot about this monitor in this thread I decided to get one instead of a Qstar. I actually ended up getting three of them biggrin.gif We'll see how they all turn out once they arrive!
post #1669 of 1997
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Originally Posted by Fedex View Post

So i had the same problem as this man:
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Аfter a long correspondence with the seller, we found that the problem is a / d board. As a result, he sent me a new one with instructions how to replace it. However, I am not sure that I have enough skills to disassemble and assemble the monitor without incident, so I put her for better times.

Wow, thanks for finding and posting the problem. Can you also post or send me those instructions? I think I will try to ask the seller (I bought from green-sum) for a new board and attempt to replace it.

Thanks.
post #1670 of 1997
So is this a worthwhile upgrade from the QNIX 2710? Looking for something to hold me over until we get decent 10 bit IPS displays at 120hz+. Seems like the perfect monitor to me because it doesn't suffer from the PWM flickering and the gamma shift of the Qnix, and it doesn't seem to be as bad as the Acer/Asus monitors that cost 2-3 times as much.
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