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Originally Posted by Admiral Mudkipz View Post

No, the current Catleaps that you buy from eBay (unless it specifically states so) are not meant to be overclocked. If you can overclock them, it'll probably be very little.
Although the Catleaps are nice and I don't have any problems with mine, I should have and probably would have went with the Crossover. My monitor in addition to the custom third-party stand costs as much as one Crossover. Regardless, I am happy with my purchase, and you'll be happy with either one of these monitors.

Really could have used this information on the main page of the thread before I attempted the overclock. It would have saved me an hour of work and a hard reboot... did I do any damage to my monitor / card? Everything seems to be working ok...

I found this forum because I was searching for a solution to why my screen was tearing while scrolling on Firefox. I have an ASUS GTX 670 and a new Yamakasi catleap q270. I get the feeling from reviews that I should have gone for the 680... Does anybody have any input on this problem?
Edited by Humanodude - 8/13/12 at 8:19pm
post #7592 of 11297
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Does anybody have any input on this problem?
There are 759 pages with every Question and Response that can every be asked on these screens
By page 12, It was said that there are NO More of the Not on Propose Overclockable Monitors

If someone claims they have some for sale they are selling for $600.oo+
Not worth it most people
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screen was tearing while scrolling on Firefox
If a browser which uses very little computer resources is giving you such Massive Trouble.
Then a new Screen or Video card will not change much.

Try using Chrome
Maybe it is just that Your eyes are super sensitive
Edited by wkstar - 8/13/12 at 9:21pm
post #7593 of 11297
Is it true that the difference between the Leapcat 2703 and the Leapcat 270Q is that the stand is better on the 2703?

If that is so, why is the 270Q more expensive on ebay than the 2703? Wouldn't a better stand = more expensive.

I feel like I'm missing something here.

I was thinking of getting a Crossover 27Q because some users mention that it has a better stand over the Leapcat 270Q. However, if the 2703 has a better stand (and if someone can comment if it is better or equivalent to the Crossover 270Q stand) then I will be more inclined to get the 2703.

As of current, the Leapcat 2703 is about $40.00 (USD) cheaper than the Crossover 27Q.
post #7594 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Queesy View Post

Is it true that the difference between the Leapcat 2703 and the Leapcat 270Q is that the stand is better on the 2703?
If that is so, why is the 270Q more expensive on ebay than the 2703? Wouldn't a better stand = more expensive.
I feel like I'm missing something here.
I was thinking of getting a Crossover 27Q because some users mention that it has a better stand over the Leapcat 270Q. However, if the 2703 has a better stand (and if someone can comment if it is better or equivalent to the Crossover 270Q stand) then I will be more inclined to get the 2703.
As of current, the Leapcat 2703 is about $40.00 (USD) cheaper than the Crossover 27Q.

 

 

I will make a guess, BUT I could be completely wrong.

 

2703 can have up to 15 dead pixels before it is considered faulty, so maybe using slightly cheaper panel and slightly more chance of getting a defective panels  headscratch.gif

 

 

Think I would buy from DreamSeller if I was getting a 2703

 

But I did ask BCC if that was a typo and he said it wasn't.

His reply

"Hello
In this monitor,
according to our dule, accepted dae pixel is up to 15pcs.
Thanks

 

- bigclothcraft"

 

 

 

 

For the 2703 monitor

Bigclothcraft

700

 

Dream Seller

700


Edited by quakermaas - 8/14/12 at 12:50am
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post #7595 of 11297
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I will make a guess, BUT I could be completely wrong.

2703 can have up to 15 dead pixels before it is considered faulty, so maybe using slightly cheaper, slightly more defective panels  headscratch.gif

Ewwww. That would make sense too.

I think I will go with the Crossover 27Q LED-P for $350 from Ebay. I was debating between the P and the non-P model and finally decided on the P-model because of how awesome viewing word docs, pdfs, and forum threads are in portrait.

Thank you for your reply smile.gif
post #7596 of 11297
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Originally Posted by quakermaas View Post


I will make a guess, BUT I could be completely wrong.

2703 can have up to 15 dead pixels before it is considered faulty, so maybe using slightly cheaper, slightly more defective panels  headscratch.gif

You are correct!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Tempered-Glass-27-Yamakasi-Catleap-2703-LED-IPS-2560x1440-WQHD-Monitor-/130724901986?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item1e6fcfb462

Anything less then 15 dead pixels it is okay!

P.S. Are you a wizard?
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post #7597 of 11297
Hi guys you can check a short review of Yamakasi Catleap Q270 LED Review that I made smile.gif
post #7598 of 11297
New to the site but i have read alot of this forum everyone here does a great job of getting information out there thank you.
Bit the bullet and purachsed mine yesterday from BCC who so far are fast and helpful.
One thing i noticed wasnt discussed too much was that when you purchase these montiors you are given the choice to mark it as a gift and select the invoice price to avoid some high price import tax.
I selected $100 because thats what i have read people from america have been doing. Being from the UK I hope there isnt any difference but ill have to wait and see I guess.
Thank you again to all you active forum members and to ScribbyDaGreat for putting together a great OP.
post #7599 of 11297
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Originally Posted by King4x4 View Post

You are correct!
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Tempered-Glass-27-Yamakasi-Catleap-2703-LED-IPS-2560x1440-WQHD-Monitor-/130724901986?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item1e6fcfb462
Anything less then 15 dead pixels it is okay!
P.S. Are you a wizard?

I ended up buying the 2703 LED and while my experience might not be conclusive and reflective of another person's experience, I was fairly fortunate to get a flawless monitor, with the exception of some minor backlight bleeding.

I also apparently didn't notice the fifteen dead pixel limit, although it could have been five when I bought it.
post #7600 of 11297
Full setup completed...
http://i.imgur.com/UNVH9.jpg
The middle screen is the Yamakasi Q271. Tbh I didn't need the extra inputs. But the stand is nice.

The most impressive thing for me is that I now have 7.4 Million pixels infront of my eyes now. (including the Samsung Galaxy S3). We've come so far!


I'm going to make a video review tomorrow, any questions of things you'd like me to cover?
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