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Dell U2312HM - 8ms G2G 23"WS - LG.Display e-IPS (LM230WF3-SLD1) - 16.7M (6-bit+A-FRC)

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PCB OP Update.

whoa! that is great news that it is working smile.gif
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I have exhausted every option for troubleshooting, my computer is still recognizing the monitor but as always says "unable to save display settings"
either I broke the monitor while dissembling it and putting it back together or the LED power light is broken which could be a possibility, I had trouble with the corner screw right behind it and I used a little bit of force to get it out... either way monitor is still useless....any other possibilities what causes the display settings to say that error?

So I have the same sapphire 6950 2GB w/ 1x DVI output, 1x HDMI, and 2x display ports on the first row, while at the bottom row it only has 1x DVI output.
I only can connect the catleap with the DVI output on the first row, I have tried with other outputs, none works.

Long story short, I opened up the catleap to remove the fixed stand and the plastic arch. When I put everything back again, I messed up the connection (the white cable was connected in reverse) - on the OP page for instruction to remove the stand, you'd see the white wires I was referring to.

Without knowing I made this mistake, I powered catleap and connected it to the supplied DVI cable which was working fine yesterday and this morning - but I only get blank display.
LED on monitor is solid green, windows display properties detects it (w/ the correct resolution) - but still only blank screen and I can't save the resolution changes done on the catleap. Exactly what you experiencing.

So I opened up the monitor again, and found out the white cable was wrongly connected. Tested it out perfectly, catleap displayed images. Not sure if yakamasi did QA control on every monitor they made but that maybe some connections are loose.

Later, I put the bezel again and screwed up the OSD PCB board connection to the monitor PCB - but that's another story.

I don't know if you'd like to try opening up the monitor and see anything wrong w/ any of the connectors? There are only 3 wires to check.
post #2664 of 11304
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PCB OP Update.

Scribby the amazing, are you getting the PCB board from yakamasi or another supplier?
If the former, could you also check whether they can sell the OSD PCB board together with the wires that are soldered to it? Thanks.
post #2665 of 11304
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Originally Posted by ScribbyDaGreat View Post

PCB OP Update.

Scribby the amazing, are you getting the PCB board from yakamasi or another supplier?
If the former, could you also check whether they can sell the OSD PCB board together with the wires that are soldered to it? Thanks.


Another supplier - PM sent.

   
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I just experienced something similar to yours.  Here's what happened and what I did.  If you have been following along, I just took apart my non-OC monitor to test the OC PCBs I just received today.  OC success, cleared the buzz (for future reference in my case), and then dropped the non-OC PCBs back into the monitor (boo hoo, bye bye 100hz!)

I don't consider myself an expert here by any means, but am aware of how these things come apart and go back together.  Having said that, once my non-OC monitor was together, and before I installed the bezel, VESA mount, etc., I wanted to confirm everything was ok.  Initially, it wasn't.  In my case I had three things that created the issue (one of which won't apply in your case.)

First - the monitor didn't show up at all in the nVidia control panel.  Crap!  Something is loose and I don't want to tear it apart again!  So I unplugged power and DVI.  Then plugged power, turned on monitor by pressing power button, then plugged in DVI (heard the Windows sound that something new is connected), but no joy in the control panel.


Second, I simply unplugged and then plugged in the DVI (monitor side) this time pressing pretty hard (some people have reported that their DVI plug barely connects due to the back's design).  Success!  nVidia control panel saw the monitor, I switch to native, and all is good (this is the third thing).

Could your issue be as simple as pushing the cable in a tad harder?  No idea, but heck try it.  I would still love for you to connect it to another computer with an aftermarket DVI cable to see what happens (no other monitors connected when you try it.) 

Report back!

This wasn't the issue to begin with but it looks like I have run into another problem, the power connector near all the buttons was slanted, I touched it like it was a feather and it came loose... now I have a detached power connector not sure if this could have been the culprit either way, I need to get this sucker back on, what are my steps from here? I have access to a soldering gun but I have no experience.


PICS: GPU+ it's bios switch ( Its a sapphire radeon 6950 2g version.)
also the disconnected power connecter and the rear panel of my monitor.
third image is of the side of the GPU it's really hard to tell but the bios switch is to the right of the red wire near the top.

http://imgur.com/a/QzPR7
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Another supplier - PM sent.

Are these PCBs available? or is everyone waiting for the 100Hz monitor guarantee?
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Hi, I own 2xHD5850s crossfire and I'm looking into these monitors.

...I can pretty much play everything maxed at 1080p so I said -what the hell- let me try greater resolutions, and since these are the only economical monitors of such resolutions on the market I was meaning to inquire: Would I be able to make HD5850 work with this monitor?
I know that it is not officially support and everything, but is there any hack to make my cards play well with this 4Mpixel deliciousness? biggrin.gif
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Hi, I own 2xHD5850s crossfire and I'm looking into these monitors.
...I can pretty much play everything maxed at 1080p so I said -what the hell- let me try greater resolutions, and since these are the only economical monitors of such resolutions on the market I was meaning to inquire: Would I be able to make HD5850 work with this monitor?
I know that it is not officially support and everything, but is there any hack to make my cards play well with this 4Mpixel deliciousness? biggrin.gif

5850s don't seem to be compatible.

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This wasn't the issue to begin with but it looks like I have run into another problem, the power connector near all the buttons was slanted, I touched it like it was a feather and it came loose... now I have a detached power connector not sure if this could have been the culprit either way, I need to get this sucker back on, what are my steps from here? I have access to a soldering gun but I have no experience.
PICS: GPU+ it's bios switch ( Its a sapphire radeon 6950 2g version.)
also the disconnected power connecter and the rear panel of my monitor.
third image is of the side of the GPU it's really hard to tell but the bios switch is to the right of the red wire near the top.
http://imgur.com/a/QzPR7

Oh gosh! that is exactly what happened to me! But I inflicted the pain myself...I went to ask my friend for favor and he'll try to solder them back. If all pins are stil intact and they're cleanly seperated it should be OK to solder them back again. When this happened, my screen just stay blank. Can't swith the monitor from standby mode (sold red light) to on (green solid) w/ the connection broke...

I belive this could be the culprit of your problem.

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