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    Default Think its time for a new monitor?

    iv noticed it getting harder and harder to see stuff in games i play. I thought it was just me. But wathcing a movie i had a full black screen and holy cow. i have TERRIBLE "white noise" on my monitor, it looks like its snowing on my screen when im looking at a dark or black screen. Im guessing its time to upgrade to either 4k or 1440p? i swapped HDMI's and still have it, im guessing that could have been the only problem?

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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    Also. if a new monitor is whats needed, has anyone used a Dell P2815Q? i can get one for $289 right now,

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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    This monitor has only 30MHz max refresh rate, probably it has slow input lag, also you'll need at least SLI/Cross of high end GPU to move it. In my opinion better goto with 1440p. Check this one:
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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    Pc specs in my profile, I have a 290x which should handle 4k without too much of a problem, however I couldn't deal with a 30fps cap in all my games, I'm not familiar at all with 4k/1440p is there a noticeable difference between 1080 and 1440?

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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    I can't tell (never used 1440), but check this thread:
    120hz 1080p vs. 60hz 1440p monitor

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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    I am using 2 Qnix 27" 1440p monitors right now, these are great Korean monitors.
    I paid about $300 each, mine weren't able to OC as high as some of the ones I've seen online, but mine are at about 88Hz.

    I am running 780's in SLI and I can't run everything on Ultra, but most of games in high and maintain above 70FPS.
    My other system running 290s in crossfire and I can't run everything in Ultra either, but most games in high to stay above 60FPS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    I am using 2 Qnix 27" 1440p monitors right now, these are great Korean monitors.
    I paid about $300 each, mine weren't able to OC as high as some of the ones I've seen online, but mine are at about 88Hz.

    I am running 780's in SLI and I can't run everything on Ultra, but most of games in high and maintain above 70FPS.
    My other system running 290s in crossfire and I can't run everything in Ultra either, but most games in high to stay above 60FPS.

    If i went 1440p those were what i was looking at. Its kinda a shame to see that xfire 290's cant drive 1440p maxed out and still get good FPS, i guess its time to decide if its worth the hit in settings for better resolution. But even if i buy a 1440p. I could still run games at 1920x1080 and it wont look like crap will it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrelljames91 View Post
    If i went 1440p those were what i was looking at. Its kinda a shame to see that xfire 290's cant drive 1440p maxed out and still get good FPS, i guess its time to decide if its worth the hit in settings for better resolution. But even if i buy a 1440p. I could still run games at 1920x1080 and it wont look like crap will it?
    TBH, bumping down from Ultra to High (at least in BF4), I didn't notice the graphics change much in 1440p. So Yes, while you are not playing at the highest settings, you still get very very good graphics on high.

    You can run it in 1080p, but due to the large screen, there is some pixelation, but not bad. I play all my games in 1440, I just turn down the settings on the games that can't handle it with everything turned on or boosted.

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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    hey, anything has got to be better then what i have right now, besides, its only a little while till the new 300 series, and im sure those will be able to handle all of 1440p

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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    so what is this "virtual 4k" i see on the qnix? i googled and cant really find an explanation to it, Also for gaming, im seeing that TN is better then IPS ?

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    Default Re: Think its time for a new monitor?

    found a NIB pixal perfect qnix for $315 on ebay, and its in NY so i should have it in 2-3days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrelljames91 View Post
    found a NIB pixal perfect qnix for $315 on ebay, and its in NY so i should have it in 2-3days!

    Just looked up that monitor. Very nice get. Post some pics of that display in action when you get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrelljames91 View Post
    so what is this "virtual 4k" i see on the qnix? i googled and cant really find an explanation to it, Also for gaming, im seeing that TN is better then IPS ?
    The model I haven't doesn't have anything about the Virtual 4K, but if anything its more like a scaling feature than actual true 4K. I'd rather stick to the true 1440p and leave it at that. The 2 I have are also the pixel perfect models. Just be sure to have a Dual link DVI cable ready. You'll need it to get the resolution.

    Also nice pick up. $315 isn't a bad price at all. was is the glossy finish or matte? the 2 I picked up were matte finish. I've heard issue with the glossy finish due to glare problems.

    Either way, nice pick up and have fun with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    The model I haven't doesn't have anything about the Virtual 4K, but if anything its more like a scaling feature than actual true 4K. I'd rather stick to the true 1440p and leave it at that. The 2 I have are also the pixel perfect models. Just be sure to have a Dual link DVI cable ready. You'll need it to get the resolution.

    Also nice pick up. $315 isn't a bad price at all. was is the glossy finish or matte? the 2 I picked up were matte finish. I've heard issue with the glossy finish due to glare problems.

    Either way, nice pick up and have fun with it.

    Matte. I cannot do glossy it bugs the hell out of me. It's also the model that ONLY has dvi since there is 2 different model qnix I guess and the one with HDMI is the bad one... I already ordered a DVID cable so I'm good to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrelljames91 View Post
    Matte. I cannot do glossy it bugs the hell out of me. It's also the model that ONLY has dvi since there is 2 different model qnix I guess and the one with HDMI is the bad one... I already ordered a DVID cable so I'm good to go
    Yea, the HDMI versions are the ones that had some OC issues and backlight bleed.
    I have the DVI models also. So looks like you probably are picking up the same one I have.

    Sounds like you are all set!

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    Stick with the 1440, not scaling one.

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