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post #10521 of 11297
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Originally Posted by saruin View Post

I was able to use CRU on my AMD rig but my custom resolutions I try to set with CRU aren't showing in the Nvidia Control Panel nor through Windows on my Intel rig. Not sure what I'm doing wrong but I did install the Catleap_Q270_OC.inf driver if that has anything to do with it. So far the only custom settings I can set up are through Nvidia only. Even then, I can't seem to delete custom settings unless I go through reinstalling Nvidia's display drivers which isn't a big deal.

I don't think the inf is necessary. I don't use it on my Intel rig with an amd GPU. Are you using the nvidia pixel clock patch?
post #10522 of 11297
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Originally Posted by shremi View Post

I am having the same issue purchased a catleap this week and anything above 100 gives me this dots lines did you solved this ???

Also could it be we are limited to a 100hz overclock????

I haven't been able to solve it no. Not sure why its lower.

I also think I may have tempered glass version but I can't tell the difference. When I shine a flashlight at the panel I see rainbow reflections, but the reflections are overall not that reflective in day time. So thats why I'm not sure. My glossy SA950 samsung monitor is more reflective than this but doesn't have that rainbow effect when light is shinning on it.
 
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post #10523 of 11297
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I haven't been able to solve it no. Not sure why its lower.

I also think I may have tempered glass version but I can't tell the difference. When I shine a flashlight at the panel I see rainbow reflections, but the reflections are overall not that reflective in day time. So thats why I'm not sure. My glossy SA950 samsung monitor is more reflective than this but doesn't have that rainbow effect when light is shinning on it.

Did you tried reconnecting the cables as you mentioned ??? I

Im out for the weekend but when i get home on monday i will remove and reconnect since i will be using my vesa mount
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post #10524 of 11297
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Did you tried reconnecting the cables as you mentioned ??? I

Im out for the weekend but when i get home on monday i will remove and reconnect since i will be using my vesa mount

No, I plan to do the same but not sure what day I will get a chance to do it.

100hz is fine with me though. Even though the Qnix runs 12hz higher. This looks so much better so I don't really care to much. Still leaving qnix at work.
 
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post #10525 of 11297
Holymoly,

Remember when i told about that i had small lightbleed, so yeah i read somewhere that when you takeout your bezel and install some screws on the metal (it already had readymade holes for screws) then tightened them (i used small screws just to be on safeside). I now have perfect monitor qualitywise i dont have any backlight bleed, nor dead pixels. That got me thinkin why did not they add screws on the metal when they were manufacturing these monitors if it strastically affect the blacklight bleed. Now if i only get that 2B board and im more than happy for the monitor, hopfully mine wont burn out like the guy couple posts above. (btw i think if u change new cables your monitor might be in working condition..)


Quick Guide:

What you need:
-Screwdriver
-Small screws (use the monitors screws as an example of max lenght and size)
-Butterknife or fingernails or somethings else to unlock those clips

Steps: (i know there is another guide at the first page)
1. Unplug your monitor
2. Put it on your bed or table, panel downside (carefully dont scratch it)
3. Use screwdrivers on the eight holes and get those screws out.
4. Then flip monitor on backside so the panel is looking upwards.
5. Use butterknife carefully to unclip the clips there are about 8 clips on everyside, try to push outwards from your way (dont try too much at a time or you gonna break the plastic)
6. Then take of the monitor bezel (you dont need to even take it off completely if you only have backlight bleed only one side, just unclip that side and put some screws in).
7. Add the screws on the holes and tighten.
Just remembered you can only add screws to the top and bottom part of the metal holding the panel, because sides already have screws (i did tighten them a little).

Additional Step, you can plug in and turn monitor on when bezel is off and then tighten the screws and you can see the effect happeniing immedietaly, this is the way i did it.
Edited by aomas - 10/18/14 at 4:43pm
post #10526 of 11297
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Originally Posted by electro2u View Post

I don't think the inf is necessary. I don't use it on my Intel rig with an amd GPU. Are you using the nvidia pixel clock patch?

Ok, this did the trick it looks like! I installed the patcher and now my custom resolutions are showing up in the control panel. Under PowerStrip, double clicking the camera icon shows that I'm running at 110Hz refresh rate that I've tested with no artifacts showing. However, of the few games I've tested and observing the Fraps counter, it appears I'm looking at a 73/74hz (or fps) max refresh rate still running at 110Hz (some games are just stuck at 60hz/fps). Gameplay doesn't appear smoother compared to 60hz (or 60fps) but actually jittery in some regards. During some loading here and there I'll see the fps counter jump to 110fps but never the case during actual gameplay where it seems stuck at that 73/74hz rate.
post #10527 of 11297
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Originally Posted by saruin View Post

Ok, this did the trick it looks like! I installed the patcher and now my custom resolutions are showing up in the control panel. Under PowerStrip, double clicking the camera icon shows that I'm running at 110Hz refresh rate that I've tested with no artifacts showing. However, of the few games I've tested and observing the Fraps counter, it appears I'm looking at a 73/74hz (or fps) max refresh rate still running at 110Hz (some games are just stuck at 60hz/fps). Gameplay doesn't appear smoother compared to 60hz (or 60fps) but actually jittery in some regards. During some loading here and there I'll see the fps counter jump to 110fps but never the case during actual gameplay where it seems stuck at that 73/74hz rate.

Well, we're on the right track smile.gif
Refresh rate and FPS are completely different things. The only thing that will keep your FPS from going higher is Vsync or a software framerate limiter. I suspect you have entered a 73/74FPS framerate cap in powerstrip or something.

Edit: Actually, 73/74 is pretty much exactly 2/3rds of 110. It's possible that your Nvidia settings are limiting the framerate to that number because of Vsync. What is happening if that's the case is that when your settings are too high for your graphics card to push 110FPS (when you aren't able to match your framerate to your refresh rate) the driver is reducing the framerate to 2/3rds of the refresh rate. Usually it's half, but Nvidia Vsync is smart and I haven't used their cards in a bit, maybe that's how it works. Try lowering your graphics settings. It would account for the stutter.
Edited by electro2u - 10/18/14 at 9:00pm
post #10528 of 11297
I'm so sad right now =/

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post #10529 of 11297
At the moment I have a return case that ebay opened up for me since my seller was playing a waiting game for 30 days to pass till he could ignore me outright. Thankfully ebay was reasonable to my issues and worked with me make my seller refund me my purchase. I don't think I will be joining the yamakasi catleap monitor club after this, not after dealing with this seller.
post #10530 of 11297
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I'm so sad right now =/

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Why would your customs dept do that to you? Did you try contacting DHL immediately for an explanation? Wouldn't FedEx have been a better service going to Brazil?

I am so sorry you have to experience seeing that happen. I hope it is taken care of in a timely manner.
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