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post #1941 of 11285
I did some further testing, and my monitor is pretty much perfect. No backlight bleeding, no dead pixels, nothing. The one thing I did notice is that mine does have the AG coating. I thought it was pretty rare, but I'm not sure. I kinda prefer it that way (I absolutely HATE seeing reflections), although from what I understand colors look far better without it. Still, I'm loving this thing. Thanks for all the feedback from everyone in this thread, I would not have purchased something like this from Korea without it.
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I doubt the 100hz Catleap will happen for below 475$, even 500$. So I don't think they will produce these kind of CRDV anytime soon wink.gif

I think it'll be more feasible with this tech because the current curved monitor is huuuuge!
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Hmm thank you for the help so far, but I am having touble finding this switch but I am pretty sure that diagram does not belong to the Direct CU II 6950 because mine has no HDMI ports and just 2 DVI ports + 4 displayports.

Edit:

Nvm, it is the right picture just having trouble finding the switch
Edited by iLLmAtiCiAn - 3/30/12 at 7:19pm
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Anyone found a stand that will do portrait correctly? Wall-mount is not an option for me and most arms won't fit my desk (1.25" clearance to back support). Trying to find something under $100.

Both the 3M and the Ergotron neo-flex appear slightly too short.
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Anyone found a stand that will do portrait correctly? Wall-mount is not an option for me and most arms won't fit my desk (1.25" clearance to back support). Trying to find something under $100.
Both the 3M and the Ergotron neo-flex appear slightly too short.

http://www.ergotron.com/Products/tabid/65/PRDID/242/language/en-CA/Default.aspx
http://www.ergotron.com/Products/tabid/65/PRDID/56/Default.aspx

Both of these guys are well suited to the monitor from what I can ascertain, although they're more expensive (no surprises there). The first one can be had for around $100 if I remember correctly.
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Hmm thank you for the help so far, but I am having touble finding this switch but I am pretty sure that diagram does not belong to the Direct CU II 6950 because mine has no HDMI ports and just 2 DVI ports + 4 displayports.
Edit:
Nvm, it is the right picture just having trouble finding the switch

Found it thanks guys
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This thread is becoming huge, can anyone tell me if it's worth ordering a catleap or wait for custom PCBs? It would be cool to have 100hz+. The PCBank monitors have lower response times than this one though.
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http://www.ergotron.com/Products/tabid/65/PRDID/242/language/en-CA/Default.aspx
http://www.ergotron.com/Products/tabid/65/PRDID/56/Default.aspx
Both of these guys are well suited to the monitor from what I can ascertain, although they're more expensive (no surprises there). The first one can be had for around $100 if I remember correctly.

Using the MX arm. It is ridiculously well designed.
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This thread is becoming huge, can anyone tell me if it's worth ordering a catleap or wait for custom PCBs? It would be cool to have 100hz+. The PCBank monitors have lower response times than this one though.

I would say order one. Even at 65mhz, the clarity and color on these is outstanding. I'm getting a second one i like mine so much, and if we do ever get the pcb's to OC them, even better!
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post #1950 of 11285
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This thread is becoming huge, can anyone tell me if it's worth ordering a catleap or wait for custom PCBs? It would be cool to have 100hz+. The PCBank monitors have lower response times than this one though.

Do you need the monitor immediately? If so, buy it. If not, wait. Even if they don't get the 100 Hz electronics worked out, the price of the monitor has dropped $50 in the last month and several different models have appeared. If you figure you'll be using this monitor for 5+ years, then surely it's worth waiting another month to see how things shake out and to make sure you pick the best model.
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