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I am never going to get another nonglass monitor.

The smudging on these are crazy.
Edited by SkyPC - 4/9/12 at 10:19pm
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I am never going to get another nonglass monitor.
The smudging these are crazy, well on any thins kind of monitor in that case.

too many negatives.

so, you got the non-glass or glass one? you like the glass or non-glass one?
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Hi All, I am new to the forums. I've been lurking the past few days, and purchased a Catleap from bigclothcraft.

Question I have about the non-native resolutions:

Say I want to game on a lower 16:9 resolution. (ex. 1920x1080) Will it scale properly on my GTX 480?

I plan on using the native resolution for my desktop, but i'm sure some games will have a tough time keeping up at 2560x1440.

Thanks in advance! Can't wait to get my monitor!
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Hi All, I am new to the forums. I've been lurking the past few days, and purchased a Catleap from bigclothcraft.
Question I have about the non-native resolutions:
Say I want to game on a lower 16:9 resolution. (ex. 1920x1080) Will it scale properly on my GTX 480?
I plan on using the native resolution for my desktop, but i'm sure some games will have a tough time keeping up at 2560x1440.
Thanks in advance! Can't wait to get my monitor!

Yes it will scale fine. But if you have a second monitor hooked up, the second monitor will usually look all messed up.
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Yes it will scale fine. But if you have a second monitor hooked up, the second monitor will usually look all messed up.

Nope, just the one. Thanks for the answer.
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Nope, just the one. Thanks for the answer.

it'll scale, but it's not gonna look good
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Are you getting artifacts if running at 120hz after you sleep the pc/monitor?

120hz is perfect, cold boots fine no artifacts.

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Noticed you do some painting, from the videos in your channel. What are your opinions on this monitor in respect to to its color quality and use for painting?

2B has tiny scanlines, which aren't really visible at 60hz but bit of a problem at 120hz. So for digital work I'd go back down to 60hz. 2C doesn't have this problem afaik. Colors are superb. So go ahead and pick one up if it won't be used for gaming.
Edited by necriss - 4/9/12 at 6:01pm
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In the videos you posted, those look like scan lines too; are they just emphasized @ 120+hz?
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anyone know if Asus 6850 (EAH6850) will work with Catleap ? will it be able to handle games (mw3, bf3) at high settings?
Edited by eshiku - 4/9/12 at 8:32pm
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anyone know if Asus 6850 will work with Catleap ? And will it be able to handle games (mw3, bf3) at high settings?

I received my 3View SB2700 Super today, so I'll test it on my old XFX 6850 (now my girlfriend's) and also on my old XFX 5770 (now put aside as an emergency backup to my Sapphire 7970) and let you know how it goes. But without even testing I can answer most of this:

1) Yes, a Radeon HD 6850 will work with any of the 2560x1440p panels being sold right now, and your Asus model is no exception. (However, I do not know if some of the other models are without a Dual DVI port.)

2) No, a Radeon HD 6850 will not have enough power to run Battlefield 3 on High settings at 2560x1440p. However, it will be fine for lower settings, provided you turn AA completely off.

3) Yes, a Radeon HD 6850 will have enough power to run MW3 on High Settings at 2560x1440p; however, I have not played this yet, so I'm just speaking from second-hand experience. (And also from knowing that MW3 is a console port and doesn't require much power to run at max settings because of this.)
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