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06-04-2019 03:40 PM
uncleshady Dude this is genius, probably cheaper than a job search agency. Good luck
06-04-2019 01:38 PM
Quote: Originally Posted by vato3001 View Post
Why you cant ship?
The shipping would have been to much for me to cover. I wound up giving it to one of the city’s tech guys at City Hall. If a position ever opens there I am done with this animal control job.
06-02-2019 02:13 AM
vato3001 @BulletSponge
Why you cant ship?
05-30-2019 09:22 AM
BulletSponge If anyone in West Texas wants a DVI only 2710 that is fully functional I have one to give away. I cannot ship, it must be picked up.
05-28-2019 05:45 PM
Quote: Originally Posted by nms43 View Post
Anyone need a board or PSU from a Qnix QX2710?

Sadly, something collided with and cracked my screen last weekend, and I don't imagine there are new panels floating around to replace it with.

RIP. Might try replacing with a Dell U2719d.
do you still have the PCB?
I got 2 Qnix with blown PCBs
05-22-2019 01:34 AM
Junra Mystery Monitor: I recently purchased what I thought was a secondhand QX2710 Multi True 10 here in India. I was quite happy with the display--it was a massive step up from the 21.5 in panel I was using before. But right off the bat, I noticed there was something really weird about the monitor. For starters, the panel has a slight curve to it, visible with the bezel removed, and which was causing the bezel to jut out a little at the top and bottom. But second, the monitor's OSD is COMPLETELY different from a regular 2710. One of the complaints with the Multi true 10 is that it's got input lag and no game mode feature to reduce the same. But, as seen in the screenshots below, my monitor's got 3 game modes AND low blue light modes, all of which work as they ought to. I've managed to overclock to 75 Hz without frameskipping (HDMI 1.4 tops out there...I've ordered a displayport cable to try setting it higher). I did some digging around and a Korean review site had a review of the QX2716R. Its OSD looks identical to my monitor's and it has the same functionality-- multiple Game and Low Blue Light modes--as my monitor does, which QX2710s apparently don't have. It'd be hilarious if someone on the QNIX assembly line accidentally stuck a 2716R panel in a 2710 bezel. I'd really appreciate some input here, and perhaps from 2716R owners too.
05-21-2019 09:36 AM
vato3001 what are these for? i forget it

Or what i must do with this ringholes? ^^

EDIT: My Old Panel just worked again with nms43's Power Adapter

Thank you nms43
04-19-2019 04:04 AM
nms43 Check your email mate

All good! Glad to help you bring yours back to life.
04-19-2019 12:42 AM
vato3001 ------


Sry about that, i must learn to have more patience
Maybe you can forgive me that
04-16-2019 01:51 AM
vato3001 Now, i waiting for the Trackingnumber
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