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Hey, nice for making a PLS club thread.

But can you remove this post of mine?
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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.
This one is pretty much the same as the 96Hz colorprofile in the new post.

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Added to the member list. Swapped out my 27" IPS Iruns for one QNIX running at 120hz. Better color, blacks, 120hz, and cheaper! These monitors are outstanding values. Too bad they are 8ms panels, as there is some blur to fast movement.
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Just wanted to post some of my overclocking experiences. I was able to take my monitor up to 96Hz but in games, with Vsync on, I was only getting half that, 48 FPS. When I went to 120Hz, the picture looked fine but the monitor would freeze up and stutter every couple seconds. I used the overclocking tutorial here to patch my drivers but that still didn't work. Turns out that setting Vsync (smooth) in the Nvidia Control Panel was the problem, I set it to just Vsync and now I can get the full frame rate, 120Hz runs without stuttering too. This monitor is looking better and better by the second!
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Just wanted to post some of my overclocking experiences. I was able to take my monitor up to 96Hz but in games, with Vsync on, I was only getting half that, 48 FPS. When I went to 120Hz, the picture looked fine but the monitor would freeze up and stutter every couple seconds. I used the overclocking tutorial here to patch my drivers but that still didn't work. Turns out that setting Vsync (smooth) in the Nvidia Control Panel was the problem, I set it to just Vsync and now I can get the full frame rate, 120Hz runs without stuttering too. This monitor is looking better and better by the second!

Are you using both ingame Vsync and nvidia control panel Vsync?
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