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post #1781 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Samurai Batgirl View Post

Green-sum is who has the lowest price I saw right now.
Why are there different models? What difference does it make with them?

Afaik it's the stand+bezel, I'm sure there's some differences in pcb used but I think it's a little early to find a pattern.
This one's cheap, perfect pixel & w/o glass http://www.ebay.com/itm/150784366471

I'm still checking a bunch of fora for more info but this one is at the top of my list right now, even though the stand sucks, I would rather have "perfact pixel".
Just wish I could get some feedback about cool-guys on here (packaging, customs etc.)
post #1782 of 11286
My new comp is delayed to next week mad.gif. I will try to find a computer somewhere for a weekend. Anyone knows if i can test this Catleap with nvidia GTS450 with 1 gb mem? Monitor advertisement said it would have "dos error". What does that mean?
Edited by esaase - 3/29/12 at 3:48am
post #1783 of 11286
Q270 SE has arrived today. There is no failure or no dead pixel.smile.gif

But the back of the monitor is slightly too hot. I think. . .
My country is 100V, but now I'm using Catleap's AC adapter(220V).
Will it cause of the fever? Or This monitor is normal or is it hot?
post #1784 of 11286
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Originally Posted by holic-lolic View Post

Q270 SE has arrived today. There is no failure or no dead pixel.smile.gif
But the back of the monitor is slightly too hot. I think. . .
My country is 100V, but now I'm using Catleap's AC adapter(220V).
Will it cause of the fever? Or This monitor is normal or is it hot?

Can't say for sure but I've read 110v-240v over & over.
I wouldn't use it until you have a definitive answer from someone.
post #1785 of 11286
A big thanks to HyperMatrix for posting the OC guide. It's much appreciated!
post #1786 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

I misread. Lol. Did you restart the PC afterwards? And do you have a B or C version monitor? Because this method is still only for the B monitors. Also describe what happens when you try to test it running at 100hz, for example.

I've restarted a number of times, and it still does not let me set or add a custom resolution with higher refresh rates, just 59-61. I do indeed have a 2B monitor (I could overclock to 85 hz with my HD 5770). Would the version of Nvidia control panel make a difference?

Did you have to do anything special after you got your GTX 680 to get it to work (other than what you posted above)?
post #1787 of 11286
Sorry of being impatient, but does anyone know if Catleap works with nvidia gts 450?
post #1788 of 11286
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

I've restarted a number of times, and it still does not let me set or add a custom resolution with higher refresh rates, just 59-61. I do indeed have a 2B monitor (I could overclock to 85 hz with my HD 5770). Would the version of Nvidia control panel make a difference?
Did you have to do anything special after you got your GTX 680 to get it to work (other than what you posted above)?

Don't believe I did anything else...I'm just using the latest control panel that came with forceware 301.10. What error are you getting or what is happening when you try to do a refresh rate change? Have you tried leaving the bottom portion of the custom resolution screen in Automatic mode instead of manual mode?
post #1789 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Don't believe I did anything else...I'm just using the latest control panel that came with forceware 301.10. What error are you getting or what is happening when you try to do a refresh rate change? Have you tried leaving the bottom portion of the custom resolution screen in Automatic mode instead of manual mode?

I simply can't select higher refresh rates. It does not give me any option to go higher than 59-61. When I try to select higher, it tells me "you must select a refresh rate between 59 and 61".

EDIT: OH! I think I'm trying to change the wrong field!
post #1790 of 11286
So probably the #1 question that has been answered before, but I haven't seen the answer...

Why is this monitor so cheap? Are we really paying an extra 500 something dollars for the extra inputs/adjustable stand on something like a U2711? Corporate greed?
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