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