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post #4331 of 26154 (permalink) Old 07-15-2013, 09:53 AM
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Uh I think they all should appear in the GPU CP refresh rate list now but you do need to move the higher Hz ones to the top in CRU. Topmost is the default Windows will choose each boot.

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Planning on purchasing a QNIX matte this week, I'm so excited! Is there a DVI cable included, and if so how long?
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Planning on purchasing a QNIX matte this week, I'm so excited! Is there a DVI cable included, and if so how long?

Yes. It's a Dual Link DVI, which makes sense since it's needed. I think it's around 6' or so but I have yet to measure.
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Uh I think they all should appear in the GPU CP refresh rate list now but you do need to move the higher Hz ones to the top in CRU. Topmost is the default Windows will choose each boot.

Thanks! I actually figured that out slightly after posting but it still didn't solve the problem at the time. It was the custom settings in NCP that did it.



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Just got my QNIX from green-sum for $309. Extremely satisfied with its performance. No dead pixel as promised, minor glow on the side but no biggie.

Haven't try to overclock this baby yet.
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Alot of people getting there monitors today.. Don't forget guys to follow the OP to become members.. smile.gif
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Alot of people getting there monitors today.. Don't forget guys to follow the OP to become members.. smile.gif

Will do soon enough. Just want to have some solid time with my baby first biggrin.gif

The sweet spot seems to be 105hz. Any decent color corrections for this OC?



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Will do soon enough. Just want to have some solid time with my baby first biggrin.gif

The sweet spot seems to be 105hz. Any decent color corrections for this OC?
I use the Menacing Tuba 96hz ICC profile from the first page..And when at 120hz i use the 120hz ICC profile from this site..

http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/13500-qnix-qx2710-review-2560x1440-matte-overclock-able-pls-2.html#post1016117
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I use the Menacing Tuba 96hz ICC profile from the first page..And when at 120hz i use the 120hz ICC profile from this site..

http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/13500-qnix-qx2710-review-2560x1440-matte-overclock-able-pls-2.html#post1016117

I believe that's what I am currently running but I actually backed down the OC to the suggested 96hz to do so.



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Made new profiles, changed the gamma curve from flat 2.2 to sRGB gamma which is the industry standard for use on monitors, printers, and the Internet.

60hz

96hz

Been using 2.2 for years until I tried using the sRGB gamma recently, dark details become easier to see and movies & TV shows look more natural.

Google (insert monitor) review before making a thread about it. Research (Google) before buying a monitor and then asking if it is good.

10 Bit Monitors: 99% are 8 bit+FRC and AMD Quadro or Nvidia Firepro gpu's are required to send+receive a true 10 bit signal. 10 bit consumer content (games, movies TV) does not exist.
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Made new profiles, changed the gamma curve from flat 2.2 to sRGB gamma which is the industry standard for use on monitors, printers, and the Internet.

60hz

96hz

Been using 2.2 for years until I tried using the sRGB gamma recently, dark details become easier to see and movies & TV shows look more natural.
How many clicks of brightness should we use on these new ones?
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