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post #1731 of 11211
Exactly.
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Hey,
Is this adapter in-box or based on the seller? Also I know nothing about this stuff...when you say i can use 110 and 220-230v what exactly does that mean?
I just want to be sure before I make a $500 investment and not damage it.

The adapter that comes with the Yamakasi Catleap monitors are capable of 110-230v which means you basicly can use it everywhere in the world. Maybe you need to change the power cabel to fit your socket. but I guess everyone have a few of them laying around!

I have seen that some Achieva monitors comes with a 220-230v adapter only, so if you are on 110v i would defianatly go for the Yamakasi
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Ordered a Catleap (no glass, no speaker) from dcsamsungmall Saturday night and it got delivered Tuesday to Dallas, Texas via Fedex. Amazing. No dead pixels thankfully. It is the C version so no OCing, but that's ok. I'm content with 60hz for now. Adapter is 110-240v and works fine in my power strip. Best monitor I've ever had thumb.gif
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Ordered a Catleap (no glass, no speaker) from dcsamsungmall Saturday night and it got delivered Tuesday to Dallas, Texas via Fedex. Amazing. No dead pixels thankfully. It is the C version so no OCing, but that's ok. I'm content with 60hz for now. Adapter is 110-240v and works fine in my power strip. Best monitor I've ever had thumb.gif

You try overclocking it at all and see how many extra hz you can squeeze out?
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You try overclocking it at all and see how many extra hz you can squeeze out?

Got it up to 67hz. Like people said earlier it's hardly noticeable frown.gif
post #1735 of 11211
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Exactly.
The adapter that comes with the Yamakasi Catleap monitors are capable of 110-230v which means you basicly can use it everywhere in the world. Maybe you need to change the power cabel to fit your socket. but I guess everyone have a few of them laying around!
I have seen that some Achieva monitors comes with a 220-230v adapter only, so if you are on 110v i would defianatly go for the Yamakasi

This is excellent news. I live in Canada, I don't know what voltage is used here as I never had to find out. I'll go to a computer store or something and ask them. Now, all I need to do is decide wether or not it's worth the extra $130 to get the HDMI capability. I would like to play my PS3 on this.
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This is excellent news. I live in Canada, I don't know what voltage is used here as I never had to find out. I'll go to a computer store or something and ask them. Now, all I need to do is decide wether or not it's worth the extra $130 to get the HDMI capability. I would like to play my PS3 on this.

You'll just need to swap the power cord and not the power supply as Canada is the same as the US. You should have one knocking about.
post #1737 of 11211
Hey Guys,

I have an ASUS VH236H and experience screen tearing on both PC and even on game consoles, specifically PS3, @ 1080P @ 60hz


Anyone knows what this monitor is like on a game console @ 1080p? I am looking at the Catleap multi model.

Thanks!
post #1738 of 11211
There are some youtube vids of people gaming on it. I'm excited to order this. Greensum seems to have the multi model cheaper than dream-seller. Might have to go with green despite what people are saying. Not sure as of yet.
post #1739 of 11211
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Originally Posted by bQvle View Post

Exactly.
The adapter that comes with the Yamakasi Catleap monitors are capable of 110-230v which means you basicly can use it everywhere in the world. Maybe you need to change the power cabel to fit your socket. but I guess everyone have a few of them laying around!
I have seen that some Achieva monitors comes with a 220-230v adapter only, so if you are on 110v i would defianatly go for the Yamakasi

Out of curiosity, why does dream-seller mention "* Plug type is C for Korea. So, you need to have a multi plug or voltage transformer for your contry plug type and voltage. *" in the ad if it comes with the adapter inside?

Could this help me out? http://www.amazon.ca/Kensington-33117-International-Travel-Adapter/dp/B0002H4YUI/ref=pd_sxp_f_pt
Edited by darrenb123 - 3/28/12 at 8:49am
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Out of curiosity, why does dream-seller mention "* Plug type is C for Korea. So, you need to have a multi plug or voltage transformer for your contry plug type and voltage. *" in the ad if it comes with the adapter inside?
Could this help me out? http://www.amazon.ca/Kensington-33117-International-Travel-Adapter/dp/B0002H4YUI/ref=pd_sxp_f_pt

Everyone asking about the power supplies read this. All you need is the AC cable that goes from the supply to the outlet. If you have ever bought any big electronic item then you have one somewhere. Here is a picture of what you need.

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