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post #1481 of 11311
Well, if you read trough (or some parts of this thread) youll get the full picture.


But it's legit as in "You will get the monitor"

About the rest, like dead pixels/getting the wrong model sent over/ dust behind the screen/ if broken having to pay for returning the monitor - this is the unlegit part I guess.

There is a risk for these factors, but there is always a risk when buying trough ebay, some sellers have more some less.


p.s.

Don't see no link in ur post.
post #1482 of 11311

Anything I can get to get these monitors in portrait mode? I'm sure some of you have already bought third party stands that work. 

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Got my Catleap multi in yesterday (finally!!). I ordered from Dream-Seller and shipping was still very quick considering where it comes from, but not lightning quick like DCsamsungmall seems to be. It arrived in NY customs within 2 days and then USPS took its sweet ass time. 5 days total shipping (7 days since I ordered). This monitor is SEXY. Very happy I went with the multi-input too because PS3 games look damn good on the thing. I have yet to notice any dead pixels or uneven lighting / light bleed, improper colors or other weird issues others have reported. In short my monitor arrived in a timely manner in perfect condition with zero imperfections. Except for the stand of course which has a gangster lean and wobble.

I thought I had a "C" model but when I set a custom resolution/refresh in the Nvidia panel it let me go up to 85Hz. I've never tried this before so maybe I did something wrong - most games I have don't like 2560x1440 let alone at 85Hz but Deus Ex: HR + fraps showed it going well over 60fps. My rig is a budget build and the gtx560 ti's pixel clock is probably what's hampering me.

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post #1484 of 11311
New York. God I want to visit that place.
post #1485 of 11311
Could anyone with a NON-GLOSSY catleap please contact me if they're iterested in swapping/selling it. I'm looking for one for someone who likes my Crossover but doesn't like glossy displays.

Thanks,
Ted
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Ok, got a question bout Frapsing and scaling.


Some will say that the game will look soft/aka bad on a 1920x1080 in a game, well, If I will fraps wile playing on 1920x1080 will Fraps capture this softens effect as well? Or that only translates into a physical picture not digital ?
post #1487 of 11311
Can anyone please tell me why it says its not compatible with a 5850?

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Originally Posted by Calibra71 View Post

Hello ,well I have the same question! Some sellers say in ads that are compatible, others sellers say the opposite.

Yeah i see osme OCN members are running it with an HD5850, I jus want to be 100% sure, however, before I order this thing.


Its odd that it would say its compatible with a 5830, but not a 5850 or 5870? wth.gif
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Can anyone please tell me why it says its not compatible with a 5850?
Yeah i see osme OCN members are running it with an HD5850, I jus want to be 100% sure, however, before I order this thing.
Its odd that it would say its compatible with a 5830, but not a 5850 or 5870? wth.gif

It will be compatible as long as the 5850/70 has a dual dvi input. I cant remember if they do or not.
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Ok, got a question bout Frapsing and scaling.
Some will say that the game will look soft/aka bad on a 1920x1080 in a game, well, If I will fraps wile playing on 1920x1080 will Fraps capture this softens effect as well? Or that only translates into a physical picture not digital ?

No, as far as fraps is concerned, you're playing on 1080p regardless of how the monitor decides to scale the pixels.
What matters the most, is how and which codec you will render with.
post #1490 of 11311
Thank you Sxcerino.

Hmmmm, so, to be more clear If I were to be playing Battle field 3 on a 55 inch 28,000 × 9,334 resolution monitor (which RED epic uses) and the game would be scaled down to 1920x1080, the Video file when played back would look the same as if I would have frapsed it on a BenQ 24inch 1920x1080 monitor right ?

I got no problems with rendering, all I care about is getting a great quality video file that I can work with. And If I will get some weird fuzzy video files from this monitor I will be very disappointed about taking the 2560x1440 resolution.


Asked this already but, I can scale the game individually with out scaling the whole system from 2560x1440 to 1920x1080 right?
Edited by SkyPC - 3/25/12 at 11:27am
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