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post #4631 of 11297
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Exactly. They are working with people just ensure they are checking. Greensum is a company name BTW not a person.
Yes, not using real world names here though.
post #4632 of 11297
catleap 120 hz being del today dhl 2 miles from house come on korea to michigan 2 days fast
post #4633 of 11297
My Catleap from greensum sometimes powers on in a state with the correct image on the screen, but overlaid is a lot of static noise. It resembles the picture you get on an analog TV set if you are receiving a channel from a faraway city. If I unplug my Apple mDP->DVI-D or my Monoprice adapter and then plug it back in, the static disappears.

Is this a sign of a defective monitor?
post #4634 of 11297
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Originally Posted by mxgt View Post

First post here, I've been following this thread (with great worry I may add with the news of some DOA greensum monitors).
I ordered a catleap off greensum for £199 on Saturday and it turned up this morning. It would've arrived yesterday but I had to pay a £34 customs charge which isn't too bad.
It was well boxed, just wish the dual link DVI cable was a bit longer, probably going to buy a longer one. So far I've had no problems, plugged it in and it works fine, no dead pixels, no defects from what I can see. Extremely impressed so far, it's a ridiculously good upgrade over my previous 21" 1080p monitor.
Just hoping it lasts me for a while smile.gif
Now I just need to order my GTX 670!

Did anyone from the UK buy from BCC and pay customs? mine is arriving on Monday and not sure if i'll have to pay..
post #4635 of 11297
So i want to clean my catleap! My screen has no ag coating smile.gif

i had already purchased this kit, from work

the spray is Deionized Water with proprietary polymers. The polymers are suppose to protect plastic from scratches and reduce previous scuffs/marks.

I heard to use distilled water only? How do you clean your Catleap screen?
post #4636 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Lapua View Post

My Catleap from greensum sometimes powers on in a state with the correct image on the screen, but overlaid is a lot of static noise. It resembles the picture you get on an analog TV set if you are receiving a channel from a faraway city. If I unplug my Apple mDP->DVI-D or my Monoprice adapter and then plug it back in, the static disappears.
Is this a sign of a defective monitor?
I have had this on a BenQ monitor as well, happened when restoring from a display 'sleep'. When did yours occur?
post #4637 of 11297
Yes, it occurs on resume from sleep. Is this likely to be a fault with my MBP rather than the monitor? It occurs with both the Apple and Monoprice adapters, so I think the problem doesn't lie with the adapter.
post #4638 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Lapua View Post

Yes, it occurs on resume from sleep. Is this likely to be a fault with my MBP rather than the monitor? It occurs with both the Apple and Monoprice adapters, so I think the problem doesn't lie with the adapter.
It is a fairly common issue, at least with cheaper adapters. I have not heard of it happening with Apple branded adapters. Do you have another monitor you can test the adapters with to eliminate the Catleap?

apple thread on the issue
Edited by rollOver - 6/8/12 at 9:11am
post #4639 of 11297
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Originally Posted by apav View Post

Just curious guys.
I bought a stand for this mount. If I get a perfectly fine monitor, I will go ahead and take the old stand off (as tedious as that is) and mount the new stand. But let's say after I mount it I encounter a problem and I need to return the monitor.
Does taking the stand off void the warranty? Also is it easy or possible to put the old stand back on? Or will the seller know somehow that I took the stand off if it voids the warranty?

Technically, the second you pry that bezel you void your warranty. You can always take the chance, and try to reattach it to send it back for repair, but if they wanted to be thorough, they probably could deny you. I took mine off, and if something happens to my Catleap, knock on wood, I guess I'll be seeing what I'd do. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Ferling Design View Post

So i want to clean my catleap! My screen has no ag coating smile.gif
i had already purchased this kit, from work
the spray is Deionized Water with proprietary polymers. The polymers are suppose to protect plastic from scratches and reduce previous scuffs/marks.
I heard to use distilled water only? How do you clean your Catleap screen?

I just use an old scrap of t-shirt material that I only use to clean screens. I wet that with the hottest water I can stand(tap water in my case), and wring it out good. Then I wipe the screen, drying it with a separate handkerchief that I only use to dry cleaned screens. smile.gif

I never have an issue.
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Mine, from greensum, is still at "Incheon outskirt of Seoul" frown.gif
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