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post #5521 of 11285
I seem to have an issue where if I turn my monitor off, when I turn it back on the monitor has a blank screen (led is solid green), I have a dual monitor setup and the other monitor will display fine. if I change to duplicate displays rather than extend desktops, it kicks the yamakasi back into life, and then I can change back to extend desktop and set the yamakasi as primary screen. Have tried reinstalling the drivers, didn't make any change. Odd thing is also if I reboot the computer, I can't see the bios screen on the yamakasi while it is in a bad state, but if I have previously corrected it via the method mentioned above, I will see the bios screen, so it is beyond a graphic drivers issue. Bit of a pain in the ass, using an ati hd6450, thinking of trying an nvidia card to see if that makes any difference.

Anyone else experienced this?
post #5522 of 11285
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For cables are reasonable price:
http://www.monoprice.com/products/subdepartment.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209
I would try a new cable first and once the display works. Then I would look at a ATI HD 7750.

Hi Wiz33,
Finally I got my monitor to work the problem was the DVI Cable (defective) so after connecting the NEW one, I finally I got my monitor to work. thumb.gif

What a luck ... power supply was bad and DVI cable as well ... any way all is good now ... the vendor will refund the cost of my new cable (and had send a new power supply )

I did get the second GPU (HD6570) just for testing and after running both (my original one is GeForce GT 430 ) the Nvidia is much better on performance and color reproduction, so I will return the Radeon one ....

I probably will be ordering the DVI cable from monoprice.com (and then return the one I got from officedepot ) as the price is much better ....

Now that I got my monitor working do I need to calibrate ? what is my next steep ...

Ones again thank you very much for your help
Charly03
post #5523 of 11285
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For cables are reasonable price:
http://www.monoprice.com/products/subdepartment.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209
I would try a new cable first and once the display works. Then I would look at a ATI HD 7750.

These cables are awesome. There really beefy, high quality and 6ft help if your machines farther away from your desk. I got some just for that reason and they work great.
post #5524 of 11285
So finally, over a week later my 23" glorious Catleap shows up. Score! Only to wait the rest of work to go home and plug it in, to find it has a European style plug. What the hell man! This computer just doesn't want to come together. At any rate, now it seems I have to go buy an adapter for the plug. Problem is I'm flat broke until Friday, and I'd rather go to the store and pick something up rather than order online. I'd love to be up and finally functional by Friday.
post #5525 of 11285
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Hey guys,

Two things, anyone with a colorimeter, could you please run it on the catleap and let me know the % of the RGB color spectrum it's capable of displaying?

Second, I'm looking to buy a desk mount bracket from Monoprice. What sort of a screw size/layout does Catleap have? How about any of the other Korean displays?

Thanks!

I was thinking about these. http://www.memoryexpress.com/Search/Products?Search=arctic+z2
 
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post #5526 of 11285
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So finally, over a week later my 23" glorious Catleap shows up. Score! Only to wait the rest of work to go home and plug it in, to find it has a European style plug. What the hell man! This computer just doesn't want to come together. At any rate, now it seems I have to go buy an adapter for the plug. Problem is I'm flat broke until Friday, and I'd rather go to the store and pick something up rather than order online. I'd love to be up and finally functional by Friday.
The brick doesn't allow you to swap it out for a standard power cord?
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The brick doesn't allow you to swap it out for a standard power cord?
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The brick doesn't allow you to swap it out for a standard power cord?



Dude, you just made my 4th of July. :-)
post #5528 of 11285
Just received my Catleap from Green_Sum today!

1. The shipping speed from Seoul to San Francisco is ridiculously fast!
2. The screen is purfect, no dead pixels or much light bleeding (from what I can detect)
3. The stand, as everyone suggested, is pathetically wobbly
4. Attached the included DL-DVI to the Apple DL-DVI/Mini Display port adapter to my 2011 MBP works flawlessly
post #5529 of 11285
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Here is my new 23" Catleap! It is absolutely beautiful. I'm colorblind but the colors are so vibrant it's much easier on me! I would highly, highly, HIGHLY recommend this monitor to anyone. I'm actually thinking of picking up a second for a dual setup. As for the stand, I disagree with anyone who calls it flimsy. The stand is excellent! The overall monitor build is very well done. I can't think of a flaw on it.
Edited by Whitechapel - 7/3/12 at 11:30pm
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Dude, you just made my 4th of July. :-)
Happy 4th of July !!!
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