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So.... Green lines are back after switching monitor on and off.arggh. But i thought of something. Do they use lsdv cables in the qnix too? Cuz i got an old one with a broken screen
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post #10592 of 11297
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Originally Posted by latprod View Post

So.... Green lines are back after switching monitor on and off.arggh. But i thought of something. Do they use lsdv cables in the qnix too? Cuz i got an old one with a broken screen

Glad you got one problem solved, but have to work on another.

Unless the Qnix uses the S-IPS panel from LG, you might not be able to use the cables. Qnix uses the Samsung PLS panel doesn't it or am I getting mixed up?

You could explore that issue like you mentioned by checking the internal wire of the catleap itself. I know I had to reseat the cables as mine was acting funny even at default refresh rate. Just be careful not to tug on the wires too hard...and no you wont go blind because of it either:p
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Is there a way to be sure that a Catleap 2B was delivered? ontariotl posted a picture with a serial number like Q270SE4... and mine is like that.

I ordered my Yamakasi last week from green-sum and it was delivered with two stuck pixel in the absolute middle of the screen. On bright green pixel and a red one which is only visible on black background when you know where to look. But because of these two pixels i demanded an exchange with positive feedback from green-sum.

Besides the annoyance with these stuck pixels i wasn't able to raise the hz to a level some others here have reached. I tried 96, 100, 110, 112, 115, 120hz but there are always some complications. Because of these fails and thaht i read somewhere here that the real 2B Versions have a 2B in the serial numberr i'm quite unsure if it is the 'real deal'.

Hopefully someone can clear that up for me how to properly check if it is a 2B monitor.
Thanks
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Is there a way to be sure that a Catleap 2B was delivered? ontariotl posted a picture with a serial number like Q270SE4... and mine is like that.

I ordered my Yamakasi last week from green-sum and it was delivered with two stuck pixel in the absolute middle of the screen. On bright green pixel and a red one which is only visible on black background when you know where to look. But because of these two pixels i demanded an exchange with positive feedback from green-sum.

Besides the annoyance with these stuck pixels i wasn't able to raise the hz to a level some others here have reached. I tried 96, 100, 110, 112, 115, 120hz but there are always some complications. Because of these fails and thaht i read somewhere here that the real 2B Versions have a 2B in the serial numberr i'm quite unsure if it is the 'real deal'.

Hopefully someone can clear that up for me how to properly check if it is a 2B monitor.
Thanks

Mine was also a SE in the serial number and in the box also also ordered from greensum last week
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Originally Posted by Ben Sisko View Post

Is there a way to be sure that a Catleap 2B was delivered? ontariotl posted a picture with a serial number like Q270SE4... and mine is like that.

I ordered my Yamakasi last week from green-sum and it was delivered with two stuck pixel in the absolute middle of the screen. On bright green pixel and a red one which is only visible on black background when you know where to look. But because of these two pixels i demanded an exchange with positive feedback from green-sum.

Besides the annoyance with these stuck pixels i wasn't able to raise the hz to a level some others here have reached. I tried 96, 100, 110, 112, 115, 120hz but there are always some complications. Because of these fails and thaht i read somewhere here that the real 2B Versions have a 2B in the serial numberr i'm quite unsure if it is the 'real deal'.

Hopefully someone can clear that up for me how to properly check if it is a 2B monitor.
Thanks

When I was comparing the differences between the 2C and 2B boards, I noticed that the 2B board has an audio jack input next fo the DVI input. The 2C apparently does not, just a DVI and power socket. That might help you to confirm its a proper 2B installed without disassembly.
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@shremi: Does it goe like Q270SE2B... or Q270SE4....

@qontariotl: Than it seems more likely to be a real 2B. An audio jack is present.

Think i need to try different cables too once the replacement is here. Still no luck with overlocking.
I ordered a Qnix QX270 from another seller and it has no problem to switch from 60hz to 120hz.
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@shremi: Does it goe like Q270SE2B... or Q270SE4....

@qontariotl: Than it seems more likely to be a real 2B. An audio jack is present.

Think i need to try different cables too once the replacement is here. Still no luck with overlocking.
I ordered a Qnix QX270 from another seller and it has no problem to switch from 60hz to 120hz.

It could have the same problem I had when I recieved mine. Overclocking was jumping through hoops and even then still wasn't working right. Even at default refresh I noticed some anomylies. I took the bezel apart and reseated the two main cables to the LCD panel and the problem was solved.

I think with transport being as fast as it is, will cause the monitor to be bumped around enough to shake cables loose inside. The only adhesive I saw inside was holding the power cable for the LEDs, nothing for the main cables to the panel.
Edited by ontariotl - 10/21/14 at 12:39pm
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I keep that in mind, thanks. Wanted to remove the stand anyway
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So.... Green lines are back after switching monitor on and off.arggh. But i thought of something. Do they use lsdv cables in the qnix too? Cuz i got an old one with a broken screen
It may be a different connector. I think Qnix only has one cable and the Yamakasi has two going to the panel. I'm still trying to understand LVDS myself.
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I read a post about LVDS last night that stated out of 5 macs they all had different connectors...
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