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Originally Posted by plum View Post

Not sure where you see that but this is what I see with green-sum []http://www.overclock.net/image/id/2402760/width/497/height/498[/]
hmm where is it that I read that some seller pays returning shipping for when a situation like this arrives?

Can I have the item number?

I'm seeing this:

252
post #4122 of 11304
Anyone that is hesitant about the 5 dead pixel warranty, here is a reference:
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Originally Posted by Alienware 
"Dark defects
More than eight dark sub-pixels are found anywhere on the LCD.

More than three clusters of two adjacent dark sub-pixels are found anywhere on the LCD.

More than one cluster of three adjacent dark sub-pixels are found anywhere on the LCD.

Two or more complete dark pixels."
Quote:
Originally Posted by Apple 
Many Apple products use active-matrix LCD panels, including the iMac (Flat Panel), MacBook Pro, MacBook, iBook, PowerBook, Apple Cinema displays, and iPod models with a color display. In addition to being slim and light, active-matrix LCD technology provides customers with many visual performance advantages when compared to traditional cathode-ray tube- (CRT) based displays, such as increased brightness, sharpness, and contrast ratio.

Active-matrix LCD technology uses rows and columns of addressable locations (pixels) that render text and images on screen. Each pixel location has three separate subpixels (red, green and blue) that allow the image to be rendered in full color. Each subpixel has a corresponding transistor responsible for turning the subpixel on or off.

There are typically millions of these subpixels on an LCD display. For example, the LCD panel used in the Apple Cinema HD display is made up of 2.3 million pixels and 6.9 million red, green, and blue subpixels. Occasionally, a transistor does not work perfectly, which may result in the affected subpixel being turned on (bright) or turned off (dark). With the millions of subpixels on a display, it is quite possible to have a low number of faulty transistors on an LCD. Therefore, a certain number of subpixel anomalies is considered acceptable. Rejecting all but perfect LCD panels would significantly increase the retail price for products using LCD displays. These factors apply to all manufacturers using LCD technology--not just Apple products.

If you suspect your display contains a high number of pixel anomalies, take your Apple product to an Apple Authorized Service Provider for closer examination. There may be a charge for the evaluation.
post #4123 of 11304
Thank you for the help so far. I really appreciate it.

i REALLLY hope I can get all this sorted out. I just got the monitor apart and re-seated all the cables. nothing seemed to be lose... but... its back together... ran for about 5 minutes.. then it started the off-on-off-on-off-on crap again.....

I ordered a new power brick too... We will see if that works. i guess when it arrives....

Green-sum replied via ebay this morning. He asked for my computer specs and about the power brick... i responded this morning with the info... still no reply back yet....

Im starting to feel that for all this trouble I am going through i should have forked out the extra dough and just got a dell ultrasharp....


any more ideas?
post #4124 of 11304
Orderd one by bigclothcraft!

We will see how it goes!
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i think the colors on my monitor are a bit off. almost like there not as bight, but i have the brightness maxxed out
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post #4126 of 11304
Great news about the Accell 330MHz DP to DVI adapter: http://www.accellcables.com/products/DisplayPort/DP/dp330_dvid.htm

They must have used a nice chip in here as I can overclock this bad boy to ~425 MHz pixel clock, or about 108 Hz on the Catleap. It's good to know that I can make one of my monster Eyefinity setups now and be at pretty good refresh rate. wink.gif
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post #4127 of 11304
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Can I have the item number?
I'm seeing this:
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140738200221
140723272177
Edited by plum - 5/25/12 at 3:41pm
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post #4128 of 11304
Just ordered mine today from Green-sum. Fingers crossed for a smooth delivery smile.gif

Will report back with the quality.
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post #4129 of 11304
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140738200221
140723272177

Nice!

Those weren't coming up for me.

I wonder why he has some listed as standard shipping.
post #4130 of 11304
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I Just got my catleap from green-sum yesterday.
I hooked it up... it ran fine for about 5 minutes... then the screen shut off... complete black... 10 seconds later it turns back on.... 10 seconds later it turns back off... then on.... then off... then on... etc...
the little green light on the power brick stays on the entire time... the indicator light on the actual monitor itself is green while its on... then the light turns off when the screen goes off... while the screen is off the indicator light comes on, but red.... then the screen comes on and the light turns green again...
its like the monitor is rebooting every 10 seconds or so.
My graphics card is a Nvidia GTX275. 1Gb.
I have contacted green-sum and Im still waitng for a resolution....
does anyone have any suggestions in the mean time?? let me know. thanks.

 

That sounds like something is over heating to me.

 

If you let is sit and  turned off for 30 minutes, will it work again for 5 minutes before it starts switching on and off again ?

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