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QNIX QX2710LED damaged bezel on delivery

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So as the title states, my QNIX QX2710LED arrived the other day with the bezel in the top left corner slightly separated. When I try and push the two sides together, they won't snap back into place and I stop applying pressure, because it starts to get to a point where I become nervous about doing damage to the display underneath. Now I bought this monitor from newegg and I purchased the glossy, (personal preference) Pixel Perfect, Samsung PLS Panel, and it only has the DVI-D port on the monitor. From everything I read, that particular version of the QX2710 are ideal if you plan to overclock the monitor. Now when I received the display this issue with the bezel I noticed right away, but I thought to myself that I should at least plug it in and see the display and if it is in pristine condition IE no dead pixels and minimal back light bleed then I should see how far I can get it to overclock. Low and behold this unit has no dead pixels and the back light bleed is a non-issue, now compared to many reviews on this monitor I feel that I got lucky in this regard. I only have four more days to submit an RMA so I will be trying to overclock it today to see how far it goes, but what are your opinions on whether to send it back or not considering my good fortunes on the panel? Now obviously if it only overclocks to lets say 96hz stable, then I will send it for RMA. I will post my overclock results soon. Second question is if anyone has any tips or tricks to overclock this thing. First time overclocking a display, but I have overclocked a few different PC. If you guys say to keep this unit, any suggestions on doing a custom frame for the panel? I already feel like its necessary to get some kind of mount for it, because the stand is not very sturdy. Thanks in advance for your help and advice.
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Some people actually debzelll these. Makes them look more "industrial" looking. So that could be a idea.
    
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel 5820K ASUS X99-DELUXE Nvidia GTX 970 16GB Crucial Ballistix  
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 840 EVO 500GB Toshiba 1TB Liteon bluray burner Corsair H100 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Win7 Ultimate 64bit X-STAR 27" PLS LED 1440P ASUS 25" TN LED 1080P Logitech G510 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
EVGA 850 G2 Corsair 780T White logitech G300 Sound Baster Z 
Other
JVC HARX700 headphones 
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