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post #311 of 355
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Originally Posted by piee View Post

I just got it yesterday from Korea, perfect panel no BLB,no dead stuck pxls, also has 10bit color capable, how can I do screenshot UFO,NVCP,BF4 to show you guys, this panel is real nice. I think it is a 2016 build ,on back is korean but see some numbers looks like a date. Tried higher than 80hz but got a little blink,so stopped. Thx to qourvadis123 for reply and recommending this monitor I was looking at XB321hk,almost bought one used for 1049$ but got this other one and saved $700. I do have TXP that might have something todo withit don't know.
Which one did u get?
post #312 of 355
The QnixUHD325PERFECT is a great quality panel, it came yesterday no BLB,setting max80fps(gametime.maxvariablefps 80) =smooth play hardly any tear, great colors and uniformity,response great,some glow,feels and looks just as good as my overlord tempest without the 107oc, brand new 4k 409$ 2016 build, no ghosting no lag quick response smooth play at 60hz, 4k is great detail, just didnt think 800$ premium for gsync would add substantial improvement over this great monitor,not sure havent compared, my fps usually above 60, TXP 58-91fps(ultra) in bf4, overall pretty smooth and playable quickness for 60hz, thought it oc but got skip frame in camera photo, guess will see about 4k 120hz $$, even though TXP wont hit 120fps on ultra without lowering detail settings.
Edited by piee - 10/29/16 at 10:50am
post #313 of 355
Can somebody who does NOT experience the artifacts on the XB321HK post a shot of the service menu data?

I do have the skipping artifacts and my data is:


I would just like to know whether there is a difference in version numbers. It can be accessed by holding the leftmost button while powering on.
post #314 of 355
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Originally Posted by CeeJay1337 View Post

Can somebody who does NOT experience the artifacts on the XB321HK post a shot of the service menu data?

I do have the skipping artifacts and my data is:


I would just like to know whether there is a difference in version numbers. It can be accessed by holding the leftmost button while powering on.



No issues. I dont see much difference in firmware and stuff here.

Just out of curiosity, what do these 'skipping' artifacts look like?

Not sure if relevant but i swapped the 1.5m DP cable with a 2m from another monitor as it was just a tad too short.
Edited by Marctraider - 10/29/16 at 1:35pm
post #315 of 355
hmm except for the die temp not much difference. meh
post #316 of 355
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Originally Posted by Marctraider View Post


No issues. I dont see much difference in firmware and stuff here.

Just out of curiosity, what do these 'skipping' artifacts look like?

Not sure if relevant but i swapped the 1.5m DP cable with a 2m from another monitor as it was just a tad too short.

Another user captured it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFDtw8jh-Cw

The cable has nothing to do with it, happens to me over DP or HDMI (Consoles)
Edited by CeeJay1337 - 10/29/16 at 2:05pm
post #317 of 355
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Originally Posted by CeeJay1337 View Post

Another user captured it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFDtw8jh-Cw

The cable has nothing to do with it, happens to me over DP or HDMI (Consoles)

Okay, In this case I'll have to refrain from my earlier statement.

I do have this occuring to me as well!
Luckily it happens so fast, and perhaps only once a day.

Something I can live with, I never thought much about it. Not a deal breaker for me.
It actually happened on my former LG34UM95 as well, again only once or twice for like less than 100 ms.

Does it occur more frequently on yours?

Also can you tell me how to get back out of this mode? My monitor now lits up orange led tongue.gif
Edited by Marctraider - 10/29/16 at 3:00pm
post #318 of 355
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Originally Posted by Marctraider View Post



No issues. I dont see much difference in firmware and stuff here.

Just out of curiosity, what do these 'skipping' artifacts look like?

Not sure if relevant but i swapped the 1.5m DP cable with a 2m from another monitor as it was just a tad too short.
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Originally Posted by Marctraider View Post

Okay, In this case I'll have to refrain from my earlier statement.

I do have this occuring to me as well!
Luckily it happens so fast, and perhaps only once a day.

Something I can live with, I never thought much about it. Not a deal breaker for me.
It actually happened on my former LG34UM95 as well, again only once or twice for like less than 100 ms.

Does it occur more frequently on yours?

Also can you tell me how to get back out of this mode? My monitor now lits up orange led tongue.gif

Frequency of the problem varies quite a bit. usally its not very often.

To get back to normal mode just use the power switch on the underside, switch it off for a few secs and switch back on.
post #319 of 355
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Originally Posted by CeeJay1337 View Post


Frequency of the problem varies quite a bit. usally its not very often.

To get back to normal mode just use the power switch on the underside, switch it off for a few secs and switch back on.

k fixed.

But are you really troubled by it? I'm quite a nit picky guy but I really care less about this incidental phenomenon. I've seen screens do way worse.

Sure it is not what we paid for, and theoretically it is a malfunctioning product, depending on how you look at it.

I'm in the market for a similar screen but 120hz or so, when Acer ever released one. Perhaps a XB321HU would be nice ;D
Edited by Marctraider - 10/29/16 at 3:49pm
post #320 of 355
doesnt oc but noticed if use "gametime.maxvariablefps 69" the images are sharp no blurr, I could fix it to 60 to match monitor and images are perfect no motion blurr, but there is one small wave, and as I increase fps the wave breaks up more and more as increase fps limit, past 72fps the sharp images begin to blur, motion blurr begins to increase in direct relation to distance from 60hz, supprised no motion blurr at 60 super sharp but that one wave bugs me so break it up at 69 almost no wave and sharp images, this is on qnixuhd325perfect, really pleased with result, tried fast sync and double to 120, but fps limit works better with sharp images no blur(for60hz) no ghosting no pwm 10bit,quick for fps gaming. TXP always above 60fps ultra in bf4. This panel is solid build dp1.2,hdmi 30hz.
Edited by piee - 11/1/16 at 4:54am
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