Originally Posted by zerocraft
Yeah I'm seeing an achieva from dreamseller around 50$ cheaper, is there any advantage catleap has on the achieva at all ?
Achieva based on some polls taken a while back (yeah, not extremely scientific, but there is more credibility in numbers) had a slightly higher rate of getting a 'bad monitor'. (Could be over 5 dead pixels, bad power brick, etc). Achieva has a better stand and looks better IMO.
Originally Posted by cryfreedom66
Is this monitor compatible with nvidia 3d vision?
Are there different versions of this monitor? If so, what (in your opinion) is the best version for gaming?
Where is the best place to order this from (link please and thank you
Thank you all! 1440p 27" IPS for under 500???? Seems too good to be true!
1) No, you need a 120 hz PCB. You'd have to buy from the right places.
2) Yes. A non-multi version without speakers. Tempered glass is neither good or bad. Easier cleaning, looks better, but chance of having dust trapped under the glass.
Originally Posted by dcelander
All the instructions described in the thread content about how to OC a catleap monitor with INVIDIA graphics card are spot-on, except for one little snag: I could not upload the catleap monitor driver into my windows 7 OS using the instructions provided. Not that I am saying this is the fault of the author of the thread. My Windows 7 prompt in response to attempting this upload/update was to curtly tell me that Windows already knew the best driver to use for the monitor and denied the request. My video card is a ASUS GT640-2GD3, if that helps. Any thoughts about how to do this in a Windows 7 OS environment without that "error" message?
Catleap monitor driver? You mean color profiles? I did it on Windows 7 also, 32 bit, no problems. I don't recall the monitor needing drivers.
Originally Posted by assassinafro
Also im in the UK has anyone bought these monitors to be shipped to the UK and had any problems with customs, do these companies bypass with labelling as a £30 package or do they put the actual price on and you have to pay the customs taxes.
Thanks for all of the help
I don't live in UK, so I don't know. For reference for the USA people, you will probably pay $0 in duties.
I like BCC. Seems nice and fair. Greensum did the job, but gave me the wrong monitor version... mine came without tempered glass. Not a HUGE problem. but annoying. It's not like he shipped me a toaster or something lol.Edited by Darkwizzie - 9/27/12 at 3:42pm