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post #10861 of 11286
dumb question that I've been unable to easily find an answer to...

The Yamakasi 2703 LED IPS monitor.... is it overclockable, or is that just the Q models that are?
post #10862 of 11286
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Originally Posted by TheInternal View Post

dumb question that I've been unable to easily find an answer to...

The Yamakasi 2703 LED IPS monitor.... is it overclockable, or is that just the Q models that are?

Not advisable. 2703 is going to be technically overclockable but will not have the 2B board.

Q270 2B OC is the only way to go and its a lottery on the PWM status and overclockability.
post #10863 of 11286
good to know. thanks.
post #10864 of 11286
yeah i've got the single connection going to the one board at the top of the panels, i tried switching them and instead broke one entire and the other now has more purty colors frown.gif Guess i need to see if i can find entire replacement packages, i know the panels are good as they both displayed he same black bar so i'm certain thats one of the boards. What sellers have both boards? both the input and the one at the top of the panel that the two separate half PCB's connect to? Otherwise i'm gonna throw these cheap ****ers in the trash and buy soemthing else.
post #10865 of 11286
EDIT: Proven to be fake!

G-Sync on Yamakasi?

Does anyone here have a new NVIDIA graphics card? Just wondering who here has tried these modified drivers for to enable G-Sync on your Yamakasi with a displayport input? Is this real?

http://gamenab.net/2015/01/24/nvidia-g-sync-hack-working-on-every-monitor/

Also read this about Nivdia lying about G-Sync
http://gamenab.net/2015/01/26/truth-about-the-g-sync-marketing-module-nvidia-using-vesa-adaptive-sync-technology-freesync


EDIT: Proven to be fake!
Edited by }SkOrPn--' - 1/29/15 at 1:20pm
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post #10866 of 11286
i Everyone,

I recently got obtained two Dual Korean 1440p DVI-D Monitors.
"YAMAKASI Q270 "2B Extreme OC" IPS 2560x1440 120Hz PC Monitor" to be specific.

I'm do not have a video card that can currently support these monitors.

I'm looking to buy a video card:

I'm wondering if I can buy a single GTX980 and have a working dual monitor setup with the good stuff like the 120hz.
Heres what the bottom "might" look like:

http://images.bit-tech.net/content_images/2014/09/nvidi...

Or am I forced to get two videoscard, (maybe GTX970) and put them into a SLI formation to obtain the dual monitors.

Please let me know smile.gif

Thanks!!!
post #10867 of 11286
Need two nvidia cards. I would strongly advise against over clocking with AMD cards. Nvidia is the way to go. I would also strongly advise against sli 970s. Recent discoveries about segmented ram on the 970s seems to be the explanation for sli problems above 3.5gb ram usage.
post #10868 of 11286
Thank you Electro2u!

What about all those DisplayPort on the back. None of those would be useful?

With regards to the 970's, I saw this post: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2876802/nvidia-plans-geforce-gtx-970-driver-update-for-memory-performance-concerns.html . I wonder if that would fix things.

If you do not recommend sli 970s, what would you recommend?
post #10869 of 11286
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Originally Posted by EvaNeT View Post

Thank you Electro2u!

What about all those DisplayPort on the back. None of those would be useful?

With regards to the 970's, I saw this post: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2876802/nvidia-plans-geforce-gtx-970-driver-update-for-memory-performance-concerns.html . I wonder if that would fix things.

If you do not recommend sli 970s, what would you recommend?

You know what? I'm wrong. SLI can use just 1 card for multi-monitor setup. The only issue is that for the Catleaps you'll need an *active* miniDisplay Port to DVI adapter to run both the monitors off one card. I would suggest a single 980 for that now that I've had my coffee. Of course... 2 would be much better and eliminates the need for the active adapter, which tend to be expensive (70-100$). And as long as you can keep your VRAM usage below 3.5GB 2x970s is probably best. Sorry for misleading you.
post #10870 of 11286
Okay, So I'm going to pull the trigger on this video card...

1 x GTX 980 should be able to support both of these monitors in a dual monitor formation + full 1440p + overclocking.
+with an *active* mini-DP or DP to DVI adapter.

^
Can someone confirm that above statement?
Edited by EvaNeT - 1/29/15 at 3:30pm
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