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Originally Posted by quakermaas View Post

WOW  Not good at all, paying the extra for him to check for perfect pixel and he didn't even open the box.
I hope he pulls out all the stops to resolve this quickly and you must be so disappointed .
For what it's worth, "pixel perfect" is a factory option, not the sellers checking them for you.
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post #4852 of 11286
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Originally Posted by gw280 View Post


For what it's worth, "pixel perfect" is a factory option, not the sellers checking them for you.

 

That is what I wasn't sure of, my box came with a sticker on it, wasn't sure if it was the seller or the factory put it there.

 

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post #4853 of 11286
Hi guys,

First time poster here. Just got my catleap about a week ago from bigclothcraft and it's been fantastic! I ordered the q270se no class with no pixel checking and it came thru fine. No dead pixels. There are some backlight bleed on the lower right and upper right but they're only noticeable when it's a full black screen. Watching movies seems fine. The stand is wobbly as hell so last night i decided to go thru the stand removal and mount it to something else.

My question to others who've done the same, what size of screws (diameter wise) did you guys use? I saw the post about not having screws longer than 1/2 inch cuz of the shorting issue. But i can't seem to find the right size screw to make the mount sit flush. Did you guys have screws that came with monitor? Reuse the ones that you took out for the stand?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gw280 View Post


For what it's worth, "pixel perfect" is a factory option, not the sellers checking them for you.

 

Witech does not do this check - it is up to the reseller to check for pixel perfect.  

   
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post #4855 of 11286
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Hello, first post!

Can anyone confirm this monitor will work with a late 2008 Macbook Pro? Max resolution quoted for external monitors is 2560 x 1600. Video card is 9600M GT 256MB. Don't want to overclock (blasphemous, I know), just use it as an external display in clamshell mode using a Display Port to DVI-D cable.

Thanks to any and all who can help!

joi

You need the Mini-DP to HDMI adapter. Or to DVI

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post #4856 of 11286
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Now I want a 1600p monitor! 1440p is amazing!

I dunno if I would want a 1600, well I havent seen even a 1920x1200 in person but I enjoy the widescreen aspect ratio and imahine 1600 (and 1200) loose some of that. In pictures I get that feeling too. BUT the higher the res the better I guess. I wish I could see these in stores, Everywhere I go just has crappy monitors on display. Might try microcenter but thats why I have never been a monitor guru, I havent whitnessed the glory ever of high resolution lol

I have always been amazed at the apple ones but never noticed what they where till this forum actually.

Apple one been flawless to me. No dead pixel, gradient brightness or etc. thumb.gif
 
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post #4857 of 11286
Can anyone help me troubleshoot why my monitor seems to restart when I leave my computer alone for over a minute? Does it go into some kind of standby?
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450 1week now love it:thumb:
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450

no bleeding or dead pixel? If so, you are a lucky man!
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