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post #11021 of 11298
Anyone know what type of cable the blue and white one in this picture is? The one that says '12-pin' in the description.

http://img04.taobaocdn.com/imgextra/i4/651732152/T2AjldXmYMBJNXXXXX_!!651732152.jpg

I've had my Catleap for nearly three years and it's always had the flashing green light issue, but now it's refusing to switch on no matter what I do. Taking it apart, I've noticed the cable in the picture above is fragmented at one end (missing a contact too), so I figure before buying an entire replacement board (if I can find one) I can try a new one of these first.
post #11022 of 11298
Is this a glossy finish panel?
How is it in FPS regarding input lag?
post #11023 of 11298
Does anyone know a monitor listing on ebay (or elsewhere) that contains the LM270WQ1 SLA1 panel? It is the glossy panel on the Catleap 2B and the Overlord Tempest X27OC. I see many glossy 27" QHD monitors but I'm not sure they got the SLA1 panel. I currently have an OC kit and looking for a glossy LG 27" QHD compatible panel to make my 2nd DIY overclockable monitor. So if it's just the panel being sold I'm ok with it. Any useful info would be appreciated.
post #11024 of 11298
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Originally Posted by Zahix View Post

Does anyone know a monitor listing on ebay (or elsewhere) that contains the LM270WQ1 SLA1 panel? It is the glossy panel on the Catleap 2B and the Overlord Tempest X27OC. I see many glossy 27" QHD monitors but I'm not sure they got the SLA1 panel. I currently have an OC kit and looking for a glossy LG 27" QHD compatible panel to make my 2nd DIY overclockable monitor. So if it's just the panel being sold I'm ok with it. Any useful info would be appreciated.

What do you exactly have in that OC kit?
post #11025 of 11298
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Originally Posted by Kronin View Post

What do you exactly have in that OC kit?

SLA1 TCON,2 LVDS cables, Input PCB (DVI and power) and buttons PCB.
post #11026 of 11298
Aha thats that OC kit from Overlord Computers right?
Well I upgraded my Achieva Shimian 27"2560x1440 to 120 Hz (it can work even at 130hz) using those parts so I would say that you are safe to try.

post #11027 of 11298
Do you know the model number of your panel when you disassembled the monitor?
edit: is it true glossy?
Edited by Zahix - 9/30/15 at 10:53am
post #11028 of 11298
Its LM270WQ1 panel, thats all you need to know.
Dont you see me recording in the monitor reflection?
post #11029 of 11298
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Originally Posted by Kronin View Post

Its LM270WQ1 panel, thats all you need to know.
Dont you see me recording in the monitor reflection?

There are many variants for the LM270WQ1 with different coatings and different color presets. It would be pretty stupid if I just wanted this bit of info. Some glossy monitors on the market aren't true glossy but matte with tempered glass over them.
post #11030 of 11298
SmarterGlass.com has them for North America, just have to somehow contact them.
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