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post #551 of 3099 (permalink) Old 04-19-2013, 08:00 AM
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Hello guys! I am looking to buy this monitor, and I am wondering if somebody could point me in the right direction for a matte monitor with the best conditions (amount of dead pixels etc) that is around 300$.

I looked for them but i only find glossy monitors for thsi price... Did they already raise the price?

Thanks for the help.
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Hello guys! I am looking to buy this monitor, and I am wondering if somebody could point me in the right direction for a matte monitor with the best conditions (amount of dead pixels etc) that is around 300$.

I looked for them but i only find glossy monitors for thsi price... Did they already raise the price?

Thanks for the help.

The cheapest matte perfect pixel is $349.90. It was 339.90 yesterday.
If i am in your shoes, i would consider the non perfect version while the prices still low. As your greatest fear should come from the light bleeding, not dead/ stuck pixels.

I myself got a supposedly "perfect pixel" on the way to me. It is a glossy for 314.9$. but for 350$, i would turn away to the now cheapest glossy 290$ (as we speak). It is all about Risk and benefit.

Anyway, you better decide sooner than later.
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New to the monitor scene, how do I load an icc profile?

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hmm, how do these profiles work? Are they GPU settings, windows? From what I've heard you cannot change any display preferences in these monitors.
I'm still waiting for my qx2710 but does coating affect calibration settings? I'm getting a matte model and I mainly play games.

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http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/icc_profiles.htm#install
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Can someone that has the Qnix do me a small favor please? Can you make your monitor face straight forward (so it's not tilting too far up or down), take a ruler or tape measure and measure from the bottom of the screen (top of the bottom part of the bezel) to the surface of your desk? I want to see how high it is since you can't adjust the height. Thanks so much smile.gif
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Can someone that has the Qnix do me a small favor please? Can you make your monitor face straight forward (so it's not tilting too far up or down), take a ruler or tape measure and measure from the bottom of the screen (top of the bottom part of the bezel) to the surface of your desk? I want to see how high it is since you can't adjust the height. Thanks so much smile.gif

I don't have a tape measure sitting around, but it's a little more than a credit card from my desk to the top of the bottom bezel. I would say 4 inches maybe 4.5. Hopefully that is at least a little helpful.
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I don't have a tape measure sitting around, but it's a little more than a credit card from my desk to the top of the bottom bezel. I would say 4 inches maybe 4.5. Hopefully that is at least a little helpful.

Thank you, +rep. Hmm that sounds pretty low. With my Catleap, the most bottom part of the bezel is barely above a credit card, and its bezel is pretty fat. It would take about a credit card and a half to reach the most bottom part of my Catleap's screen. Looks like I'll be tilting this QNIX up a bit.
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Ok thanks, but are you sure about glossy? I don't like the idea of it as I always have lamps on in my room when it is not bright outside.

Also, what seller is the most reputable and handles problems the best?
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I've calibrated mine today with a Spyder4 Elite which a friend of mine borrowed me.
I have a glossy Qnix QX2710 with the backlight on 145cd/m²
Here's the calibration profile: http://woabou.eu/files/Qnix%20QX2710.icm
That was on 96Hz but I don't think it matters. I'd suggest using a profile and checking out the difference by yourself.
Amazing monitor.
See https://www.overclock.net/t/1374065/korean-qnix-qx2710-evolution-ll-27-2560x1440-matte-samsung-pls-panel/640#post_19800281 for updated profiles.
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Can someone that has the Qnix do me a small favor please? Can you make your monitor face straight forward (so it's not tilting too far up or down), take a ruler or tape measure and measure from the bottom of the screen (top of the bottom part of the bezel) to the surface of your desk? I want to see how high it is since you can't adjust the height. Thanks so much smile.gif

Measured, 4 inches dead on.
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Measured, 4 inches dead on.

Yep, will definitely be tilting! tongue.gif too low for me but oh well. Can't remove that white plastic part from the monitor anyway.
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