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Yes, I'm sure the drivers/CCC is up to date.

It's less a "lag" than it is like a frame of hesitation. Perhaps because of the smaller resolution this wasn't as obvious to my eyes? For example, when resizing from windowed to full screen Firefox, I can now see the frames during resize instead of one blur.

Or perhaps her Dell U2311, being E-IPS and slower response time, did not show that extra frame? In any case, I don't want to go too off topic here, else I'll the hall monitor might blow his whistle again. I'll take your comment into consideration, test things, then reply on that other thread. You know, the one where we can actually discuss things?

And like I said, please take it to PM. Gracias mi amigo, gracias thumb.gif

 

You're asking me to PM when you didn't?  Wow.  Look you clearly missed my point and got your panties bunched.  I simply wanted to make sure you kept it relevant to all Catleap owners, which you are.  I didn't want you to start going on about specifics to thePC Bank monitor.  So take it as you want, but my point is still relevant.  Sorry you cannot take a little corrective request in a 2500 post thread.
 

 

 

   
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post #2492 of 11297
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How did you get a 2B from him? I asked him (Jason) and he said that they only had 2C version.

Ordered a SE and when it arrived it was a 2b. After i set it up, i emailed him to see if he had any more. He replied saying he had a 2b and a 2c. So i ordered another and he sent the 2b just got it today too biggrin.gif. He didnt realize there was a difference between them, and he told me that the manufacture controls what models are sent to him ( and all the other sellers Im assuming ).
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post #2493 of 11297
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Yeah, and I had told him before that I would test this for him. You want to have a mod remove my post, then go ahead, otherwise I'd appreciate it if you would keep stuff like that in a PM.
Are you serious with this? This isn't your thread, nor is it your forum. If I want to discuss another panel which is similar to the one in this thread, then I will. It's about as off topic as discussing a different flavor of ice cream in a Vanilla Lovers thread. Give me a break, buddy

I don't see anything you did wrong.
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Can someone confirm if the the above table is correct with regards to the ati cards being incompatible? How can it be that they are not compatible considering they explicitly support 2560x1440 over DVI? I have 6770 and get bios screen and everything.
post #2495 of 11297
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DVI cable was junk; display would totally blank randomly between 20 and 30 seconds after turning it on, green light stayed on. Put a new cable on and its working.

http://www.overclock.net/image/id/2150629/width/600/height/402

The provided DVI didn't work? Where did you get the cable you you replace it with?
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Anyway, my catleap is also leaning to the right side
i rmb i saw some1 posted the same, he use some plastic waste cup to stack up and hold the monitor from leaning to the right
any1 else the same? how to solve this in a better way beside buying a vesa mount?

Just put something under one side of the base , like this:

http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/296/fixm.jpg

About 5mm thick should do.
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^ The above table is a load of junk as there are 2 owners with 5770's and 2 with 5850's who are running this monitor.

Is it safe to assume that any video card capable of 2560x1440 over dual link DVI will run this monitor? I can't imagine why it would not be.
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Is it safe to assume that any video card capable of 2560x1440 over dual link DVI will run this monitor? I can't imagine why it would not be.

Logic would dictate this to be true, and I have seen no hard evidence to the contrary. I think that if you've got a dual-link DVI you're fine regardless of what card you have.
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post #2499 of 11297
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Has anyone got pics of the Catleap without bezel yet. Thanks

Here you go. See second pic.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1225919/yamakasi-catleap-monitor-club/1320#post_16784901
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I've already got two of these bad-boys for my PC, but I may be getting a Mac-Mini. According to the Apple site, a Mac Mini has an HDMI (which I already know won't work), a Thunderbolt port, USB connectors. Thunderbolt looks a lot like a mini-dp adapter (and apparently is electrically similar). Has anyone tried using one of these with a Mac Mini? My guess is it won't work, but it can't hurt to ask.
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