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Hi,
Can't decide which 3 screens to buy. This will be used exclusively on sim racing rig, and sim is iRacing. There's no 4k support in iracing and dx11 implementation is just in its first steps smile.gif
Currently torn between the Crossover 27" fast, the crossover 27" ganjidog and QNIX QHD2730R.
Is there a point to look into 144hz if I'm not willing/able to invest in HW that will always be able to output power for it? The qnix seem to have less bezel, but then there are some posts that they photoshop pictures on their pages and it's actually bigger?

I'm going mad from this frown.gif
Edited by DiNet - 6/4/16 at 1:06am
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I can't speak to the other 3 but I have had a good experience with my Qnix.
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I have 3 27" QNIX Perfect Pixel QX2710's and I've had no issues. A friend has one with a small gap between the bottom bezel and the screen on his but besides that it's all fine.

One thing.. If you plan to get 3 get the same one cuz the different models can differ in picture colour and the on screen menu options can be different like one has a brightness adjust and the other may not.

I run them at 1440p.

If your rig can handle triple monitors then they will do.. Just make sure they are 4ms refresh rate or lower. Some of them can be 5,6,8ms and you don't want that.
My frequency is 30~90Hz.


Edited by CptnSlow - 6/5/16 at 5:32am
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I have 3 27" QNIX Perfect Pixel QX2710's and I've had no issues. A friend has one with a small gap between the bottom bezel and the screen on his but besides that it's all fine.

One thing.. If you plan to get 3 get the same one cuz the different models can differ in picture colour and the on screen menu options can be different like one has a brightness adjust and the other may not.

I run them at 1440p.

If your rig can handle triple monitors then they will do.. Just make sure they are 4ms refresh rate or lower. Some of them can be 5,6,8ms and you don't want that.
My frequency is 30~90Hz.


I'm skeptical to trust their ms rating, yours are 6ms or 8ms as per ebay pages smile.gif
I'm sure I've read many times that <10 is ok for gaming anyway, not doing pro FPS so I'm not overly worried about that. I mean I'm on phillips tv as main monitor and have no complains...
Actually I'm debating myself if I should take korean monitor and kinda force myself to get gpu that will actually drive 144hz or get gsync screen and save on gpu's.
The gsync includes also a hefty bonus of ideal monitor with warranty frown.gif

yep, this is killing me for over a week now frown.gif
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