I would recommend against buying "Pixel Perfect" versions since users on reddit and overclockers. By way of example, I have a semi-stuck pixel in the top left of my QNIX that took me around 7 months to notice.
On the topic of pixels, the One risk of the QNIX is the chance of receiving one with very bad backlight bleed. The backlight bleed will generally be worse than more expensive name-brand monitors using similar panels, but the QNIX is a fair amount cheaper.
Luckily, backlight bleed can be reduced — which we review later -- so the overall color quality of the panel is still good. At Overclocking the QNIX has not been shown reduce its lifespan noticeably but does change colors a bit and reduce brightness. Reaching Hz is considered lucky. Overclocking in multiples of 24 due to some media -- movies -- being shot in 24 FPS will allow for smoother playback of cinematic media.
We will post a guide on how to overclock monitor shortly. Many of the QNIX 's flaws are actually quite fixable with a little courage, know-how, and elbow grease. Use a small flathead screwdriver to open the monitor along the incision line. Push the tabs from the inside and slowly separate it. Be careful not to let the panel weigh down and pull on the internal cables. I personally dislike this method since bending my new p panel makes my heart skip a beat.
Another method to fix backlight bleed on the QNIX is to apply electrical tape to where the panel bezel meets the monitor, but the issue with this method that it's very easy to cover pixels or for the tape to come undone. My favorite approach is similar to the previous, in which you apply electrical tape like before, but then use a very small flathead screwdriver to carefully tuck the tape under the panel bezel. After this, apply light pressure to the panel bezel to help set it in place.
I used this method for my QNIX and fixed most of my backlight bleed. This is due to the abysmal stand to which the QNIX is mounted. An easy fix is to simply tighten the bolt on the bottom of the stand as tight as possible with a wrench; after doing this, mine has been fairly stable, but still wobbles some.
As previously said, this is due to the QNIX 's cheap read: bad solution to holding the panel in place. An easy solution is to take the front of the monitor, then find where it is lacking proper support. To remove this, take the casing off, then unscrew and pull out the stub. Sadly there is no good solution for dead or stuck pixels.
The only fixes I have heard of -- but I cannot comment on their efficacy -- are rubbing the pixel with a little force or using this website. The QNIX is a very interesting and unique product. Michael Kerns first found us when GN's Editor-in-Chief was tirelessly answering questions on reddit pertaining to a new product launch, likely after the Editor had stayed up all night writing the news post.
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