Multi input is not OC'able from what I've read. Correct me if I'm wrong.
This is the one I have. Overclocks just fine.
I think you might have to debezel the display since the stem for the base is stuck to the housing. I could be wrong though, I have one in my closet attached to a vesa mount collecting dust for over a year...
Indeed. I have a Qnix WX2710, Run mine at 110hz which passes fine. It's a SINGLE dvi input model. This is the only version to overclock solidly. The multi input versions tend to have issues when oc'ed. If you are buying this monitor in the OP, it is not a solid unit for oc'ing. You're going to want to look for the single input version.
I purchased 1 of these and it's getting delivered Mon - Weds so I will have a look at it and see if it oc's as wellSo am I right in saying, based on what everyone said in this thread, that this version: New QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution Ⅱ 27" QHD 2560x1440 PLS Computer Monitor *Glossy would be one that would overclock? It's the QX2710 Evolution II, but NOT the True10 and NOT the Multi input version. This is correct?
I don't know if they changed their panels but the seller on newegg lists it as a VA panel.
None. Read the link you quoted from and you'll have your answer. Hell, it's even in the text you copy-pasted.Per Newegg:
• Model name: QX2710 LED Evolution II multi TRUE10
• Panel: AH-VA Panel
Per TFT Central: Again like Samsung's PLS technology, AU Optronics have invested in their own IPS-type technology since 2012, dubbed AHVA. This technology is designed by AU Optronics as another alternative to IPS. Confusingly the AHVA name makes it sound like it's a VA-type panel, which AU Optronics have been manufacturing for many years. It should not be confused with AMVA which is their current "true" VA technology produced. - TFT Central
I like VA (AMVA), much better blacks, which is of utmost importance to me until better comes along. So anyone know which "VA" were talking about here?