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Originally Posted by quakermaas View Post

On mine (older model ) the buttons for volume are beside the brightness and on/off button/s and I don't have any speaker or input socket for sound, so it could be them.

I was thinking that they were volume adjusters as well. Kind of lazy of them to not remove them if the model does not include any speakers (mine don't either).
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^ For the price I'm not surprised. Manufacture one frame, throw different guts in it. Profit!
   
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Wester Digital Scorpio Black Mushkin Chronos Deluxe Swiftech H20-220 Elite Noiseblocker Multiframe M12-s3hs x2 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7  Yamakasi Leonidas 30" 2560x1600 (LG) Ducky Shine II Silverstone 450w Gold 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Lazerwerx Custom Razer Naga Cyber Snipa XL Corsair Vengeance 1500 
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Lamptron FC Touch Fan Controller 
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post #6013 of 11297
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Originally Posted by voltaire2030 View Post

Nice setup indeed !
I am looking to possibly add another catleap also but just a quick question , how the impact on fsp When you run both monitor while gaming ?

Sorry, i can't answer you. the picture is not from me.
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Originally Posted by baldbrah View Post

got my 2 catleap 27" today. have 1 stuck bright green pixel on each screen, about the same area. doesn't bother me at all since i can only see it on a dark screen. no regrets selling the u3011 for these two beauties. never knew a monitor can look this nice without the antiglare bs. construction of the stand is cheap but idgaf. will probably get a monitor arm and put these on there.
does anyone know any good methods of getting rid of two stuck bright green pixels?
fPXRe.jpg

it's from him. Apologize to "baldbrah"i don't quote his post ,now it's done smile.gif
post #6014 of 11297
mmm so these monitors are high rez monitors at half price of the dells etc? Just stumbled upon this thread.
post #6015 of 11297
Guys, I'm developing some problems with the display. So I don't think it's the GPU. I do think it's either the DVI cable that came with the monitor, the power brick, or the display itself. What happens is that I sit in Windows for some time, idling, and the display just kind of fades away. If I turn on/off the monitor or replug in the DVI cable, the display's alright again, but then fades away after sometime. I've tried both DVI ports on my GPU.
post #6016 of 11297
sounds like the monitor is going to sleep lol
post #6017 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Onions View Post

sounds like the monitor is going to sleep lol

It's not. Like just then, I turned it back on, left it on for five seconds, and the display went out again. The backlighting is still there, but it's just a black screen.
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Sorry, i can't answer you. the picture is not from me.
it's from him. Apologize to "baldbrah"i don't quote his post ,now it's done smile.gif

i haven't gamed on it yet. just loaded up diablo 3 and it looks gorgeous. i suspect gaming on two montiors will decrease the performance level but i dunno. dont really care to test and i run a gtx 670 and only play d3 and sc2. not the most graphic intense games.
post #6019 of 11297
So my second monitor arrived from initial overlook no dead or stuck pixels but the only thing I noticed is that one is brighter than the other or has different color saturation us there any way to fix or adjust this.
post #6020 of 11297
I've been a Catleap SE (DVI only) owner for about a week now. One of things that sold me was the claim that it had low to virtually no input lag. I did a fair amount of reading online before i bought the monitor and there are plenty of posts in this thread and others that explain why this monitor has low lag. Well I tried some shooters in the past week and it just didnt feel right so i ran some tests with my limited equipment. I setup the Catleap against another panel that i had in the house and this is what i got:

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The Catleap was transitioning from 100-130ms while the Dell ST2410 (5ms response) was already at 130-150ms. Correct me if im wrong but this means that the Catleap is slower than the ST2410, which is already pretty laggy with an OSD, scaler and multiple inputs like HDMI/RGB. I'm not sure if this is due to the fact that there are just more pixels to process on the panel itself? Or maybe the quality of the electronics? I wish i had a DSLR camera with a fast shutter so i could capture this better. Im assuming you need a tube monitor + DSLR to measure the actual lag in ms.. if any of the owners here happen to have this equipment i urge you to please run a proper test so we can put the numbers up against similar monitors like the Crossover, Shimian or Apple Cinema.
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