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09-17-2019 09:13 PM
Some Tech Nub Monitor reselling is never great ROI. I managed to sell mine for $180 shipped two years ago. Probably a bit less now.
09-17-2019 11:57 AM
JMattes Hey Guys,

Are these monitors still in demand?
I have two QX2710LED, the ones with only the DVI-D slot and was looking to sell them.

Any idea what I can get for them?
09-06-2019 11:46 AM
Screemi
Quote: Originally Posted by PhotonFanatic View Post
Was there even any permanent solution to the light bleed problem with some of these monitors? The one I have just barely has the issue, but it is there in one of the corners.
i taped over the metal frame under the plastic frame and the bleeding was nearly gone. The problem is that you have to open the whole panel and lift the bl, defuser and panel. You need to be extremely careful.
09-03-2019 03:01 PM
kingnothing7 Just an update on my previously mentioned issue:

Quote: Originally Posted by kingnothing7 View Post
I have a question for fellow QX2710 owners here. Mine died yesterday, and I'm wondering if it's something inside the monitor that went bad or the power switching adapter. The indicator light on the power switching adapter does not come on. Is it worth buying a replacement adapter on the chance that that's the issue?
I ordered this: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DN6DXC6/

Got it today, and my monitor is working as good as new now.
09-02-2019 05:09 PM
PhotonFanatic Was there even any permanent solution to the light bleed problem with some of these monitors? The one I have just barely has the issue, but it is there in one of the corners.
09-02-2019 12:37 PM
Quisp Hello once more-

Here’s my fifth update regarding my three X-Star purchases from September, 2014...Post #21863 on page 2187 of this thread.

https://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/...#post_23169288

After five years of ownership and continuous usage, my three X-Stars are still working just fine...No issues to report...

All three monitors are powered 24/7 at a 96Hz overclock.

OS: Windows 10 Pro v.1903 Build 18362.295
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Classified (x2)







08-31-2019 01:21 AM
Screemi I had a very similar issue with mine about 2 years ago. Thought some of the pcbs died but actually it was the power supply. I replaced it an had no issues since then.
08-30-2019 08:24 PM
kingnothing7 I have a question for fellow QX2710 owners here. Mine died yesterday, and I'm wondering if it's something inside the monitor that went bad or the power switching adapter. The indicator light on the power switching adapter does not come on. Is it worth buying a replacement adapter on the chance that that's the issue?
08-27-2019 07:11 PM
sinnedone
Quote: Originally Posted by MonChoon View Post
Ive got a QNIX 2710 That I used for a while with zero issues. I have since been trying to get rid of it since I had to get rid of my desktop, but I cant seem to get it to work for my buddies computer. Rather, he cant seem to get it to work. He tried a DVI - HDMI cable, and also a DVI - DVI, cable, though im not 100% sure if its a DVI-D cable or not. He is using Windows 10 and says that it recognizes that a device was connected but wont let him install the driver. Any thoughts?

Do you mean he can't install GPU driver or the modded qnix monitor driver?

If the latter you disable driver verification in start up settings in Windows.



Regardless the monitor should work out of the box

If you
08-27-2019 07:00 PM
MonChoon Ive got a QNIX 2710 That I used for a while with zero issues. I have since been trying to get rid of it since I had to get rid of my desktop, but I cant seem to get it to work for my buddies computer. Rather, he cant seem to get it to work. He tried a DVI - HDMI cable, and also a DVI - DVI, cable, though im not 100% sure if its a DVI-D cable or not. He is using Windows 10 and says that it recognizes that a device was connected but wont let him install the driver. Any thoughts?
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