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successfully OC'd to 96hz. tried 120hz but had a couple of scan lines pop up every now and then. i'm perfectly content with 96hz biggrin.gif

also i've read that it's probably not a good idea to keep it OC'd 24/7, is that right?

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successfully OC'd to 96hz. tried 120hz but had a couple of scan lines pop up every now and then. i'm perfectly content with 96hz biggrin.gif

also i've read that it's probably not a good idea to keep it OC'd 24/7, is that right?

Mine is running 120hz 24/27. Have not seen any side effects thus far.
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By the end of this month I can almost afford a QNIX biggrin.gif
Though i really really dont want any BLB or dead/stuck pixels so im wondering about purchasing a qnix from another member possibly, or buying one off ebay that is 100% perfect. THat or finding a good auria or something on craigslist.

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By the end of this month I can almost afford a QNIX biggrin.gif
Though i really really dont want any BLB or dead/stuck pixels so im wondering about purchasing a qnix from another member possibly, or buying one off ebay that is 100% perfect. THat or finding a good auria or something on craigslist.
Auria are horrible monitors even the sales reps my local MicroCenter told me that.. Why not get a monoprice?
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Auria are horrible monitors even the sales reps my local MicroCenter told me that.. Why not get a monoprice?
Forgot about that. Maybe. But do you know if those have little or know BLB (in general)?

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Ok my Qnix 2710 EVO II came today. I have 1 bright? (can only see it on black screens) pixel. It is semi center of the screen. Absolutely no back light bleed though. If not for that one pixel the monitor would be flawless.

Bought from dream-seller. $288

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So seeing as there is only a $30 difference between PP and non-PP from greensum, I think I will go with PP. Simply because 1 bright pixel will drive me absolutely crazy. I wouldn't care at all about dark ones. My question now is, can I wait a week or two after the monitor is shipped to buy Square trade protection for it? I know there is an option on the item page on ebay, but on squaretrade itself there is no monitor section. Thoughts? Is SQ worth $50? Seems like a a lot for a $300 investment.


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Just ordered the Pixel Perfect QNIX QX2710 Matte for $309 from Green-Sum!

 

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