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Originally Posted by ScribbyDaGreat View Post

Ok I just read that post and it has nothing to do with the Catleap monitor.  It has to do with a completely different set up.  So I am now not believing it has anything to do with the boards we are trying to source.  

 

Here is the monitor it is in reference to:  CLICKY

 

I don't buy these are the same thing since ours are tuned from the factory at 60hz and not rated at 120hz.  Furthermore, we could never get 120hz out of these things.

Well, actually...

I found the monitor will display a usable picture at a lower resolution as long as the horizontal resolution stays at 2560, although part of the next frame is shown at the bottom of the screen. Doing that, I was able to get 2560x1000 @ 122 Hz. I could not get 125 Hz at any resolution, so it seems like the timing controller was actually designed to handle 120 Hz and not much more.
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Originally Posted by ToastyX View Post

Well, actually...
I found the monitor will display a usable picture at a lower resolution as long as the horizontal resolution stays at 2560, although part of the next frame is shown at the bottom of the screen. Doing that, I was able to get 2560x1000 @ 122 Hz. I could not get 125 Hz at any resolution, so it seems like the timing controller was actually designed to handle 120 Hz and not much more.

Man, this plot is getting so thick I could walk on it...
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post #1103 of 11286
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Originally Posted by larrydavid View Post

From Hardforum
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1038513826&postcount=358
"Dear Mr. C W,
Thanks for your email.
I confirm again with our technical staff today, was told that the model with 2560x1440@120Hz has been stopped production from now on, since supporting 120Hz drive board that we used to import from South Korea can not be found now.
The model with 2560x1440@120Hz use the panel with LVDS Logic board which has two screen lines to connect the drive board and panel to achieve 120Hz refresh rate.
Now what we can supply is 2560x1440@60Hz, this model use the panel with DP logic board which has only one screen line and consequently support 60Hz.
I apologize for my mistake, I did not get the updating news from our technical department as I was busy with the preparing for the Canton Fair next month.
Attached is the panel data for your reference, hope it is helpful for you to make your decision.
Best regards,
Josh
"
Doesn't sound like our chances of finding the board are so good.

I really like the prospect of a 120hz board though....my god.
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Originally Posted by DreamTwister View Post

Got my Yamakasi Catleap Q270 LED Multi monitor [the one with extra video inputs]. Ordered it on 3/11, got it on 3/19. There are enough unboxing pictures so instead I just wanted to show how this monitor is capable of displaying PS3 at 1080p. Somebody mentioned it would not be possible because the monitor didn't have a scaler and to be honest, I'm not that technical when it comes to monitors nor did I research much on the topic but, wouldn't this prove otherwise? Sound off and tell me what you think. Also, apologies for the crappy quality of my pictures. My little MetroPCS cel its doing the best it can.
[[[ PS3 doesn't lie... or does it? ]]]
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[[[ NO OVERSCAN = Picture perfect ]]]
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[[[ RESISTANCE 3 on Yama...wait eek.gif, ah... hold on... I can explain!... ]]]
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[[[ These videos are terrible quality, but they make the point ]]]
http://youtu.be/ZvF2_op6D80
http://youtu.be/yizjHFYmQ-4
I purchased this monitor from dream-seller for $427.00 a week ago. Since then it has been creeping up and it sits at $499.00 as of this writing. The seller green-sum still had it at ~ $430 until today when he priced it up $100 more! YIKES! All in all, I'm pretty satisfied with the monitor. For the price it can't be beat. smile.gif Hope it helps those who are considering between models.
P.S.: Oh yeah, the speakers are not worth it on this thing. Of course I wasn't expecting Dolby here... tongue.gif

The multi or "game edition" monitors as they call them, lol, do have scalers. That's why they're more expensive. But they also have 3-4x the input lag which is why most stuck with the dual dvi. But we're still talking minimal I put lag. Monitor looks great bud. Congrats!
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Edited by r506 - 7/7/12 at 2:36pm
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You can still use the single input one with consoles at 720P (tested with xbox at least),
although swapping the DVI cable is a bit of a hassle.
post #1107 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

I really like the prospect of a 120hz board though....my god.

With the right displayport to LVDS controller board and the LVDS variants (two cable, 2B) of the panels, it may be possible.... sourcing such a converter board is fairly challenging however wink.gif
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post #1108 of 11286
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Originally Posted by alamone View Post

You can still use the single input one with consoles at 720P (tested with xbox at least),
although swapping the DVI cable is a bit of a hassle.
That doesn't work for me on the 2B version.
post #1109 of 11286
I bought Catleap on like, 18.03 but the thing is, usually when I buy an item, they update the status with "Shipped" in the next day +-. But for this purchase it's still the same as it was when I paid for it, same status.

Is this the same for others who bought from green-sum. Does he just send the monitor w/o even marking it as shipped ? And did he sent an tracking number right away or you had to beg for it?
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Edited by r506 - 7/7/12 at 2:42pm
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