Originally Posted by hli53194
Can someone clear up some things for me? So "overclocking" these monitors is simply a software adjustment? Is it limited by the monitor itself or the GPU? What's with pre GTX680s not being able to do 100Hz+?
Also, is the model with glass super reflective?
When overclocking a monitor it's simply setting a custom resolution in Nvidia control panel to do 120hz or whatever you can get to. For AMD cards it's a different procedure. The OC capability is limited mostly by the monitor. Only the "2B" models are able to OC past 67hz. A 680 is the only card that can get to 120hz. Everything else can get to ~100hz.
The tempered glass model should be the same reflectiveness as a regular model.
i have a 23 inch asus 120 hertz monitor now and am really looking into a catleap. just a few questions will i notice the lower hertz and which model there seem to be like 10 versions se le de no idea for me any help would be great i have a 680 as gpu so should be fine there
You'll definitely notice a difference going from 120hz to 60hz. Which would you rather have, smooth movement or hi res?
I'd recommend the most basic model, the Yamakasi Catleap Q270 SE with no tempered glass, and no multi input. If you need speakers (which are garbage in this monitor) then go with the Non-SE.Edited by bjgrenke - 7/3/12 at 12:27pm