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post #7941 of 11285
http://120hz.net/content.php?125-Do-Not-Buy-Nvidia-Cards!
uh oh... Well I suppose I'll just by the standard Q270 then...
post #7942 of 11285
HELP! I tried the overclocking guide for AMD on youtube and after trying 70hz my monitor will only do this even in 60hz!

EDIT nevermind.... it was having troubles switching back to 60hz, we're fine now... dang that was scary. Get this and think I broke it withing 2 days.


Edited by kimbernator - 8/23/12 at 5:54pm
post #7943 of 11285
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Originally Posted by debaser View Post

I bought a Catleap Q270 SE from green-sum and it's faulty. Green-sum has not yet responded to messages after 3 days, and I'm about to escalate a PayPal dispute. Will let you know how it goes.

With great disappointment, it looks like I'll be checking out of the Catleap owners club. Despite numerous polite queries, green-sum never once responded to my emails about the faulty screen. The Paypal dispute was resolved in my favour, so I'll be getting a full refund , but I still need to pay over $100 to ship the faulty screen back. Ouch.

As a result of this experience I'd encourage potential buyers to think very carefully before buying from green-sum. They have a very good feedback rating, and most likely you'll get a good screen and have no problems. But if you do run into trouble, be aware you'll receive no help or service whatsoever.
post #7944 of 11285
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With great disappointment, it looks like I'll be checking out of the Catleap owners club. Despite numerous polite queries, green-sum never once responded to my emails about the faulty screen. The Paypal dispute was resolved in my favour, so I'll be getting a full refund , but I still need to pay over $100 to ship the faulty screen back. Ouch.
As a result of this experience I'd encourage potential buyers to think very carefully before buying from green-sum. They have a very good feedback rating, and most likely you'll get a good screen and have no problems. But if you do run into trouble, be aware you'll receive no help or service whatsoever.

I can vouch for Bigclothcraft if anyone is looking for an alternative.
post #7945 of 11285
Ya im thinking about cheating for now and going with that gorgeous crossover and using my U.S base company for the other two monitors. Decisions Decisions Decisions biggrin.gif
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post #7946 of 11285
Got my catleap tempered glass q270se yesterday. Hooked it up and it looked great!
Powered everything down and went to bed. Came home from work today and started up my PC. I could smell burning plastic from the back of the monitor... Powered everything off ASAP. Checked power connection, re-seated it and gave it another go.

PC won't post, throwing 7F error for no gfx card present. Monitor won't display any signs of life, not even a red light. Power brick shows solid green.
Monitor won't show anything on another working dual-link PC, and the gfx card isn't working on another PC either.

Already messaged Green-Sum, but after reading 50 or so pages of this thread, it looks like he doesn't enjoy responding to messages about problems, and i might just be out $360.
post #7947 of 11285
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I can vouch for Bigclothcraft if anyone is looking for an alternative.

Thanks, I think I might try with them. It was a great screen for all of two days.
post #7948 of 11285
Here's to hoping that green-sum gets back to me about my monitor. I really don't want to file a dispute, but only because shipping this thing back to korea is going to suck
post #7949 of 11285
I got my Catleap OCed to 67 Hz. At 68 Hz it looks like this.



Back in March 2012, post #997, someone did a PCB swap and talked about sourcing the components. Whatever happened to that?
post #7950 of 11285
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Here's to hoping that green-sum gets back to me about my monitor. I really don't want to file a dispute, but only because shipping this thing back to korea is going to suck

Based on my recent experience, I suggest you file a dispute immediately and don't expect any response. Conduct any interactions through Paypal resolution centre. I never received any response from Green-sum at all, even after escalating the dispute to paypal. The only thing I heard was from Paypal, saying that the dispute had been resolved in my favour.
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