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It will feel extremely hot smile.gif

Flashing green light means your monitor's not getting an input signal, I believe. Try logging into Windows and displaying something different, like your desktop background. It takes a few seconds for a monitor to turn on and start displaying information after powering it on. Some things make it temporarily black out, more noticeable than monitors with internal PCBs, not controlled by graphics card - for example BIOS load can go entirely without anything displayed, until you get to the windows loading screen (that's only with some cards and drivers).

P.S.: at worst, your issue could be the same as this guy had:
http://www.overclock.net/forums/posts/by_user/id/292931

Not sure what came of it in the end.

P.P.S.: try all the troubleshooting steps with both of your existing Dual-link DVI cables - just in case. Make sure your monitor's power brick is plugged into a good socket with steady current.
Edited by ElevenEleven - 7/19/12 at 4:32pm
   
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I still am not getting anything. =( Not really a nightmare yet. I just have to invest in maybe a new power brick (Should I invest in one just in case?) and definitely a new Dual Link dvi cable.

I need some sleep. I'll post up news on whats happening tomorrow afternoon. I have a feeling it might work.
post #6263 of 11297
Seller shipped mine yesterday and I got it today. Bigclothcraft +1, can't believe it overnighted from overseas. Unfortunately I can't create custom profiles for some reason. Oh well it still works great
post #6264 of 11297
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Don't worry we didn't just have have one problem group buy and decide we weren't going to allow them, we have never allowed them as management don't want to take the chance of people losing out.
We (OCN) actually arranged that group buy after a member came up with the idea and started the ball rolling, the same as the monitor group buy but for some reason it never happened. Either the manufacturer/seller or members involved didn't want OCN management involved.
Here is Chipp's post in that thread
ok... So Chip failed? lol

I had to do days of research/reading to find out that the Overclockable aka "2b" version of the Catleap is still available. You could probably save members of this forum that come here looking for the best... alot of time and energy by just letting people know that these still exist! Just can't tell them why,who,where,when or how.
post #6265 of 11297
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Originally Posted by ElevenEleven View Post

It will feel extremely hot smile.gif
Flashing green light means your monitor's not getting an input signal, I believe. Try logging into Windows and displaying something different, like your desktop background. It takes a few seconds for a monitor to turn on and start displaying information after powering it on. Some things make it temporarily black out, more noticeable than monitors with internal PCBs, not controlled by graphics card - for example BIOS load can go entirely without anything displayed, until you get to the windows loading screen (that's only with some cards and drivers).
P.S.: at worst, your issue could be the same as this guy had:
http://www.overclock.net/forums/posts/by_user/id/292931
Not sure what came of it in the end.
P.P.S.: try all the troubleshooting steps with both of your existing Dual-link DVI cables - just in case. Make sure your monitor's power brick is plugged into a good socket with steady current.

Thanks Eleven. This is weird I just saw my monitor flash for a milisecond. Then went black again. This gives me a whole lot of hope. I think it definitely might be the dvi cable. hmmm.. oh the drama!
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ok... So Chip failed? lol
I had to do days of research/reading to find out that the Overclockable aka "2b" version of the Catleap is still available. You could probably save members of this forum that come here looking for the best... alot of time and energy by just letting people know that these still exist! Just can't tell them why,who,where,when or how.

They should make all catleaps that model and not be chargeing a prem for them heh.
    
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post #6267 of 11297
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They should make all catleaps that model and not be chargeing a prem for them heh.
I agree! Unfortunately, reality works much different. In my utopia everyone would have the exact same opportunities as anyone else from birth to death.
post #6268 of 11297
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No, you do not need to run your monitor off the integrated GPU to use Virtu. You need to have your iGPU enabled, with up-to-date HD graphics driver, and with Virtu installed. Virtu is just software that uses the resources of iGPU to assist your discrete GPU

Awesome. Thanks for the reply.
post #6269 of 11297
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I still am not getting anything. =( Not really a nightmare yet. I just have to invest in maybe a new power brick (Should I invest in one just in case?) and definitely a new Dual Link dvi cable.

I need some sleep. I'll post up news on whats happening tomorrow afternoon. I have a feeling it might work.

Who did you purchase from?

When you hold down power button do you get some weird white lines on the screen?

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Who did you purchase from?
When you hold down power button do you get some weird white lines on the screen?
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Sometimes yeah. Why do you?
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