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post #8971 of 10379
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Originally Posted by evilferret View Post

Hey guys, was about to pull the trigger on one of these till I saw the warning on green-sum about issues with certain models.
Should I avoid these and just gamble again with one of the new korean ips brands?

Most posters on overclock.net are satisfied with their purchase.
post #8972 of 10379
dcsamsungmall was pretty good as well.
post #8973 of 10379
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Originally Posted by eternal7trance View Post

dcsamsungmall was pretty good as well.

My friends mostly brought from BCC, green-sum and TA Planet. Not sure about the other sellers.
post #8974 of 10379
So if i understand this correctly.. there are no 120hz capable monitors anymore, because they have changed the PCB and the new one is not able to OC?
post #8975 of 10379
Can overclocking the monitor damage the monitor or the pixelclockgenerator on the gpu?
post #8976 of 10379
Got my Yamakasi Catleap monitor in last week. Awesome picture. No obvious pixel issues. Fired up just fine. I've not attempted to overclock / alter it in any fashion. Gaming is pleasant. The stand rather sucks though, but it suffices.

When I'm not at my computer, I turn my monitors off (well, "standby" these days). Twice in less than a week, when I've put the monitor on standby for over a few hours and come back to turn it on, the screen is nothing but visual noise / lines / static until I turn it off then back on again.

I assume this is an indication of a failing monitor? I've already contacted "bigclothcraft" on ebay about the problem and am waiting to hear back.

Any thoughts?

The screen is hooked to a Core i5 3570k thoroughly burned-in / test to 4.4GHz OC with dual Geforce 670 GTX in SLI mode at stock speeds. I also have an old Dell 24" hooked up and running in portrait mode.
Edited by TheInternal - 11/28/12 at 9:55am
post #8977 of 10379
I have had this happend twice. Screen is all jumled horizontal lines.
Not a big deal. Has more to do with waking from sleep. Has not done it in a wile. I have updated the video card drivers.thumb.gif
post #8978 of 10379
Quote:
Originally Posted by evilferret View Post

Hey guys, was about to pull the trigger on one of these till I saw the warning on green-sum about issues with certain models.
Should I avoid these and just gamble again with one of the new korean ips brands?

i ordered a catleap white q270 from green sum and other then a complete mess of the import ticket everything was fine and dandy no dead pixels and 3 days shipped
post #8979 of 10379
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

Most posters on overclock.net are satisfied with their purchase.

Well green-sum been mentioned a lot as a trusted seller.

If you check all his new listing he warns about problems with current production runs on most of the known korean brands.

Got me confused, it wasn't there (or I didn't see it) when I was checking a few weeks ago.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I7-2600k Asus Maximus Gene-Z MSI GTX 680 Lightning 8 gig (2x4gig) G.skill eco 8CL 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
Samsung 830 - 128 gig VelociRaptor 300gig Samsung Spinpoint F3 1tb Liteon 24x DVD-RW OEM  
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Cosair H100 Windows 7 Pro x64 Benq XL2410T Ducky 9008 Shining 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
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Audio
Fiio E10 
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post #8980 of 10379
Bought and paid for a Yamakasi Catleap Pixel Perfect on sunday 25/11/2012.
No shipping info or update yet of order on his site.
Monitor was in stock, waiting for his reply.
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