Discussion in 'Computer Monitor Forum' started by k3vst3r, Nov 21, 2013.
Oops, I meant pixel clock overclocking.
Yay! I just checked the patcher thread for no reason and happened to see the update. Three cheers for Toasty.
EDIT: Just noticed I'll have to disable hardware acceleration in Chrome or else HTML5 video won't display. Oh well. At least it works.
I haven't been closely following this thread, but I don't think there's been any mention of problems with nvidia stuff.
OMG its so nice being able to use the 14.6 driver. I can actually drive in Watch Dogs without it turning into a slideshow. I might have to replay the whole game now.
Holy craps this screen is amazeballz all though I'm just watching a 720p stream of the Sony e3 presser right now the desktop looked amazing. Will be playing with it more come tomorrow night.
If you're coming from a 60Hz TN panel, this monitor is just flat out smexy. I don't even really know what that means, but it's gotta be better than sexy. :banana:
This, I came from a 60Hz TN Samsung XL2370 and my mind was blown by how excellent this monitor is. I had never even thought about investing into a decent screen until I got the Qnix. I think it was Yasa who said something along the lines of "the monitor is what you actually look at, why invest so much on a great rig if you're gunna skimp on what you stare at 24/7"
It was about then that I discovered the Korean overclockable monitors and brought me to make one of the most significant purchases I've ever made.
Nope came from an ASUS 60Hz eIPS panel Matte finish. happy to be back on a tempered glass screen. this thing is huge and the stand is very suspect but it has vesa mounts so may invest in a nice stand for it.
What kinda oc u get on that monitor? I have profiles for 70 75 80 85 96 100 depending on ambient temps. Vsync on.
Have not played around with the overclock yet. I had limitted time with it last night and most of that time was spent watching the Sony E3 presser. I will be hitting it hard when I get home tonight (the wife's late night :banana: ).
Finally you got one.
Yep now I get to run out of VRAM more often......... I couldn't pass up the price on it.
EDIT: Just got home and tried it out just plugging in 100Hz is working great so I'll just leave it here. Fired up GRID2 and played a bit at 100FPS locked holy sh*t that is smooth.
Smooth it is glad I bought it.
Does this monitor dim when it is overclocked or is the dimming only limited to 120hz
it doesn't dim, what you will experience is gamma shift, image getting darker and to a point less accurate the more you overclock. This happens with every overclockable monitor. The solution is easy, getting a colorimeter and using Yasamoka's Color Sustainer app to apply accurate color profiles to all your refresh rates. Or you can meddle with other people's color profiles. Qnix QX2710 is a bit of a cult monitor right now with a plethora of color profiles available on the net, I personally use Yasamoka's profiles, they work great, our panels must be very similar.
Glad it got there in one piece!! Enjoy man :banana:
Ordered from here
I don't know if is a good price. will be delivered by DHL to Montreal. any body know how about Import duties, taxes, and charges../?
Price = good
Seller = good
Canada has free trading with South Korea http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada–South_Korea_Free_Trade_Agreement. You'll still have to pay some handling fees, and VAT. My fees in total came to around £20.
gratz on the new monitor, shout if you need any help
I have been reading and correct me if I'm wrong
-hooked everything up indeed
-clean install of CCC 14.6
-patch with ToastyX AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher
-use CRU to created a new custom resolution
-use Yasamoka profiles
Now I plan to run 96hz 24/7 use Yasamoka Qnix 5000K g2.2 S 96Hz
do i need color Sustainer...?
p/s forget the brightness only 4 ticks from bottom...
Thinking of maybe getting a Qnix QX2710 later this year I've seen them for sale on amazon anyone have any experience with ordering them from amazon in the us to the uk they work out £187 with free delivery not sure if its worldwide what sort of duty bill can I expect? or is there anywhere else worth me keeping an eye on for a better deal?