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I'm thinking about buying this monitor. I'm concerned about monitor noise. Does the monitor make any sound at all? Any buzz, whines or whatever? I will not over clock the monitor at all? What about on a all white screen? Thanks in advance everyone.
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Originally Posted by Brandonx1 View Post

I'm thinking about buying this monitor. I'm concerned about monitor noise. Does the monitor make any sound at all? Any buzz, whines or whatever? I will not over clock the monitor at all? What about on a all white screen? Thanks in advance everyone.
i have two of these monitor one i have had for a month and another for a few days and neither of them make any noises at all no"buzz, whines or whatever" at all. you will be very happy with your purchase
post #6123 of 11286
Just ordered a white one from dreamseller. Hopefully it ships soon. Is a squaretrade warranty worth it? $50 for a 3-year warranty doesn't seem so bad if Squaretrade actually covers this item.
post #6124 of 11286
Hello Everyone

Ive had my catleap for about 1 week now, and 2 weeks prior I purchased the standard 27 inch (planar monitor), needless to say Im thinking about selling the planar and getting a 2nd catleap. Does anyone know how well a nvidia gtx 260 would handle 2 catleaps, right now Im using one 8800gt and its definately feeling the strain. Also my current 8800gt has 512 megs of ram. and the gtx 260 has 896 megs. I would like to run games here and there but thats not critical what is criitcal, is photoshop, and 3d studio max, as I use these on a profesional basis.

Thanks so much for any help!!!
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Now I'm hearing from some friends since my studies abroad to South Korea. They are saying the Yamakasi 2703 has a S-IPS panel. And another seller (BCC) said "Ofcourse it has!". Just FYI.
post #6126 of 11286
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The proper way to reset a monitor with CRU is to delete the monitor and reboot. The settings you posted are correct though, so it might not help. You can safely delete every monitor just to be sure. Connected monitors will be detected on boot.
Does the monitor show a picture in the BIOS or during boot? If not, something is wrong with the monitor or power supply. Try unplugging the monitor's power for a minute and try again. The settings in CRU don't take effect until after the Windows boot animation, so you should be able to see that at least.

I just tried what you said about deleting it from CRU. Restarted and it showed the mobo startup routine fine. Showed the Windows starting up splash. I logged in, but not too long after being on the desktop, it did a slow (couple seconds) fadeout. I'm thinking it might be the cable. I think I'll go ahead and purchase this one:

http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209&cs_id=1020901&p_id=2688&seq=1&format=2
post #6127 of 11286
Hi Everyone, I ordered the Q270 SE last week & hope to get it either Monday or Tuesday. I am currently running a 2 monitor setup (2 - 24" at 1920x1080).

A couple of questions. Anybody having any issues running a multiple monitor setup where both screens have different resolution? and For the folks who were running multiple monitor setup before using this monitor, are you still constantly using a multiple monitor setup, or because the resolution is higher, you are mainly using the 27" and leaving the other monitor powered down.

Thanks
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Originally Posted by ashishnarang View Post

hi there,
i do have that funky signal next to my dvi and now know that my card is msi hd4670. mine looks exactly like your photo entitled "DL-DVI"
http://www.msi.com/product/vga/R4670-MD1G.html
but i think mine is dvi-i while the ebay listing mentions dvi-d and that is the cable they supply. i searched this thread and it seems the issue was brought up before, but please, i would like to make sure, will they supplied cable with the monitor work in my dvi-i on my card or i need some sort of adapter? thanks!
YES, it will work.

DVI-I supplies both DVI-D and an analog signal. You can choose to use either one with the appropriate cable and connector. That is how the DVI to VGA signal is supplied to VGA monitors
post #6129 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Brandonx1 View Post

I'm thinking about buying this monitor. I'm concerned about monitor noise. Does the monitor make any sound at all? Any buzz, whines or whatever? I will not over clock the monitor at all? What about on a all white screen? Thanks in advance everyone.

Have heard nothing from mine, except when I accidentally shorted it. tongue.gif back to normal now though.
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Originally Posted by shadcrkd View Post

Just ordered a white one from dreamseller. Hopefully it ships soon. Is a squaretrade warranty worth it? $50 for a 3-year warranty doesn't seem so bad if Squaretrade actually covers this item.

I'm pretty sure it is covered, but I didn't purchase it myself. $16.66 A year to make sure it works is pretty good though.
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Originally Posted by Snoops3d View Post

Hello Everyone

Ive had my catleap for about 1 week now, and 2 weeks prior I purchased the standard 27 inch (planar monitor), needless to say Im thinking about selling the planar and getting a 2nd catleap. Does anyone know how well a nvidia gtx 260 would handle 2 catleaps, right now Im using one 8800gt and its definately feeling the strain. Also my current 8800gt has 512 megs of ram. and the gtx 260 has 896 megs. I would like to run games here and there but thats not critical what is criitcal, is photoshop, and 3d studio max, as I use these on a profesional basis.

Thanks so much for any help!!!
As long as the card has two dual link DVI Ports, yes it will work. Gaming will be tough though. Even if you're running the game on just one monitor, it requires a tad bit more work to display all the pixels on the other monitor.
You'll see a difference from the larger memory at this resolution, but you should probably upgrade lol. A used 460 1gb goes for almost $100 now
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post #6130 of 11286
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Now I'm hearing from some friends since my studies abroad to South Korea. They are saying the Yamakasi 2703 has a S-IPS panel. And another seller (BCC) said "Ofcourse it has!". Just FYI.

Interesting how the box on the 2703 says S-IPS, yet some of the 2703 eBay ads will partially say IPS, and then say S-IPS.

I contacted Bigclothcraft and he said that the 2703 is IPS, and the Q270 is S-IPS. When I search online to see if there is such thing as a difference between IPS and S-IPS, results only show for S-IPS vs H-IPS. Is there even such thing as a IPS that isn't S-IPS/H-IPS?
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