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Qnix 27 inch LED 4ms monitor 2560 - 1440 £179.90 @ Ebay/ AccessoriesWhole

£179.90 @ eBay
Solid monitor for its price. Good for gamer's as I've seen this monitor overclocks nicely to 100hz and over. Its is a TN panel, but theres loads of videos and pictures out there just showing how goo… Read More
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6m, 2h agoFound 6 months, 2 hours ago
Solid monitor for its price.
Good for gamer's as I've seen this monitor overclocks nicely to 100hz and over.
Its is a TN panel, but theres loads of videos and pictures out there just showing how good the colors come out on this.
Also it comes with 1 year manufacture warranty. I cant find anything better than this for its price.

Here's a youtube review of this monitor, so you can get a ruff estimate on what it looks like and how it displays https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QD-mTa92zzw
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6m, 2h agoFound 6 months, 2 hours ago
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#1
"We cannot guarantee for no backlight bleed"
As well as 3 dead pixels, cold.
#2
had the old DVI-D overclockable qnix for a few year's now. fantastic monitor
#3
I've had a QX2710 (non TRUE10) for a couple of years now - great screen. Back in my day though the TRUE10 wasn't overclockable anywhere near 100Hz which is why the normal was always the better choice - so you may want to double check to see whether that has changed. Also bear in mind that you could be charged customs which could add a significant amount to the cost - that amount does effect whether this is a good deal or is just alright.
#4
Those bezels... ;(
#5
danhen7
I've had a QX2710 (non TRUE10) for a couple of years now - great screen. Back in my day though the TRUE10 wasn't overclockable anywhere near 100Hz which is why the normal was always the better choice - so you may want to double check to see whether that has changed. Also bear in mind that you could be charged customs which could add a significant amount to the cost - that amount does effect whether this is a good deal or is just alright.
From what ive seen and read true10 can be overclocked to 100hz and over, also there is a version going for £189 which has multi ports, so it would be good for people like me who have a graphics card which needs a displayport input.
#6
Undisclosed2
Those bezels... ;(
You should checkout this 27" Hannspree bezels, they make that monitor look awful :|.



Edited By: hamzahuk on Nov 21, 2016 22:24
#7
http://tinypic.com/r/24mztah/9
#8
hamzahuk
danhen7
I've had a QX2710 (non TRUE10) for a couple of years now - great screen. Back in my day though the TRUE10 wasn't overclockable anywhere near 100Hz which is why the normal was always the better choice - so you may want to double check to see whether that has changed. Also bear in mind that you could be charged customs which could add a significant amount to the cost - that amount does effect whether this is a good deal or is just alright.
From what ive seen and read true10 can be overclocked to 100hz and over, also there is a version going for £189 which has multi ports, so it would be good for people like me who have a graphics card which needs a displayport input.

OK - I just did a quick search and reddit seems to suggest the TRUE10 can't handle high clocks - the Anandtech review suggests the same too. If you've read that it is capable of 100hz nowadays on overclock.net then you should be fine given it is basically the bible of Korean monitors.

If it is 60hz - then something from the UK would definitely be lower risk - e.g. this
#9
danhen7
hamzahuk
[quote=danhen7] I
OK - I just did a quick search and reddit seems to suggest the TRUE10 can't handle high clocks - the Anandtech review suggests the same too. If you've read that it is capable of 100hz nowadays on overclock.net then you should be fine given it is basically the bible of Korean monitors.
If it is 60hz - then something from the UK would definitely be lower risk - e.g. this
That acer monitor is defo a solid pick, but your right about the refresh rate, as if you want a no risk refresh rate then I would choose the acer, also for the displayport for my situation (_;)

Edited By: hamzahuk on Nov 21, 2016 22:43: Shorten
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danhen7
From what ive seen and read true10 can be overclocked to 100hz and over, also there is a version going for £189 which has multi ports, so it would be good for people like me who have a graphics card which needs a displayport input.

You can easily use an adapter.

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