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Poll Results: Vote when your Achieva/Catleap monitor comes in.

 
  • 41% (232)
    Achieva QH270
  • 2% (12)
    Achieva QH270 (DOA / didn't recieve)
  • 8% (46)
    Achieva QH270 (Dead pixel(s) / flawed panel)
  • 40% (224)
    Catleap Q270
  • 1% (8)
    Catleap Q270 (DOA / didn't recieve)
  • 5% (33)
    Catleap Q270 (Dead pixel(s) / flawed panel)
555 Total Votes  
post #1451 of 4784
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I never contacted dream-seller as to why my tracking info wasn't found, but as most have said that did contact him, he mentioned that ebay had the tracking before it actually made it to shipping/sorting facility, and that waiting to the 8th at least for any type of update.
This is true. I have finally gotten info, but it's still in BUSANJIN. I'm expecting delivery sometime next week, unless this starts moving fast. Good to know there is tracking for it now.

Finally i see the same status but i'm dissapointed of his slow shipping while DCsamsungmall is getting the monitor to people withing 2 days after purchase. Hopefully i'll be here on saturday or monday.
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post #1452 of 4784
ahh took a week to leave korea frown.gif. was hoping id have it by tomorrow latest!
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I am thinking about the future...I don't want to have to replace a good monitor after a year or two of ownership if I don't have to wink.gif. I also, like most people here, don't want the ****ty display lag that comes w/ the multi-input version.

Can you use a HDMI to dual-link DVI adapter and achieve high resolutions still? 2560x1600 or 1440?

What about a DisplayPort to dual-link DVI adapter?
post #1454 of 4784
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Okay, this is getting a little bit annoying. I have been holding off on buying one of these and hopeing a multi-input one becomes available. Now they are and I learn they have higher input lag. I was looking forward to the added OSD as well which apparently they come with. So no multi-input monitor for me apparently but is there ever going to be a single input version with a working OSD?

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I am thinking about the future...I don't want to have to replace a good monitor after a year or two of ownership if I don't have to wink.gif. I also, like most people here, don't want the ****ty display lag that comes w/ the multi-input version.
Can you use a HDMI to dual-link DVI adapter and achieve high resolutions still? 2560x1600 or 1440?
What about a DisplayPort to dual-link DVI adapter?

I am definitely not going to say anyone is wrong here because I am far from an expert on monitors but as far as I know, we haven't seen any actual proof of this being a fact. We have had quite a bit of evidence leading us to believe that the multiple input version of this monitor has a significantly higher input lag, but it doesn't seem like it's been declared a fact.

Trust me, I would love to see something that makes this assumption a fact so I can stop giving myself reasons to not buy one yet.

I really don't want to give up on the multiple input Catleap just yet..
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post #1455 of 4784
I think because these are almost exactly the same as the Hazro monitors (just re-branded, even the cases look the same) and they have been proven to show lag these are assumed to as well. Add to the fact that almost every monitor that has multi-inputs has this lag vs ones that don't makes it seem very, very likely that these will be the same.

multi-input is completely moot for most people as they only use this with their computer. Other people have 2-3 things hooked up at once to a monitor. Only thing I am worried about is future compatibility with newer cards as everyone moves away from DVI to DisplayPort.
post #1456 of 4784
Trigger has been pulled on a Catleap w/ tempered glass. Thanks for bringing these monitors to light Bruce! Now I can only hope the wife doesn't notice this beauty sitting on my desk. biggrin.gif
post #1457 of 4784
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I think because these are almost exactly the same as the Hazro monitors (just re-branded, even the cases look the same) and they have been proven to show lag these are assumed to as well. Add to the fact that almost every monitor that has multi-inputs has this lag vs ones that don't makes it seem very, very likely that these will be the same.
multi-input is completely moot for most people as they only use this with their computer. Other people have 2-3 things hooked up at once to a monitor. Only thing I am worried about is future compatibility with newer cards as everyone moves away from DVI to DisplayPort.

As far as I know you can use an active Display Port adapter to dual link DVI.
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post #1458 of 4784
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I think because these are almost exactly the same as the Hazro monitors (just re-branded, even the cases look the same) and they have been proven to show lag these are assumed to as well. Add to the fact that almost every monitor that has multi-inputs has this lag vs ones that don't makes it seem very, very likely that these will be the same.
multi-input is completely moot for most people as they only use this with their computer. Other people have 2-3 things hooked up at once to a monitor. Only thing I am worried about is future compatibility with newer cards as everyone moves away from DVI to DisplayPort.

Definitely understood. I know there is quite a bit of evidence to show that the high input lag is very probable but I just think i'm being stubborn..I want that multiple input one!

I've read every post in this thread from day one and know that quite a few people that are pretty experienced with displays have posted on this issue, I guess I just want to make sure.

I do have a question though, I know that from what I read it seems that an internal scaler and functioning OSD are the two things that cause higher input lag. Is it possible for this type of monitor to have multiple inputs but no internal scaler?

Also, why is it that my 24inch Asus 1920x1080 has several inputs but no noticeable input lag? Is it because of the resolution or the fact that it is a TN panel?
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post #1459 of 4784
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Definitely understood. I know there is quite a bit of evidence to show that the high input lag is very probable but I just think i'm being stubborn..I want that multiple input one!
I've read every post in this thread from day one and know that quite a few people that are pretty experienced with displays have posted on this issue, I guess I just want to make sure.
I do have a question though, I know that from what I read it seems that an internal scaler and functioning OSD are the two things that cause higher input lag. Is it possible for this type of monitor to have multiple inputs but no internal scaler?
Also, why is it that my 24inch Asus 1920x1080 has several inputs but no noticeable input lag? Is it because of the resolution or the fact that it is a TN panel?

Don't think just do it besides if you really don't like it I am sure someone on forum will buy it off your hands for a little loss on your end. =] I pulled the triggered the night I found our on this forum since my belief in spending a lot on a monitor is worth it since you are looking at it all the time.

Remember just do it!
post #1460 of 4784
So is Green-Sum a tried seller? He seems to have a reputation for quick shipping on ebay. Dont want to make a mistake...
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