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Originally Posted by siberx View Post

I don't think it's a question of 10-bit vs 8-bit; the Parade T-con on the non-OC panels is specced to support up to 30-bit color anyways. The difference is the non-C Parade-based one uses eDP for input, and the OC-capable one is LVDS.

The timing controller on the overclockable Catleaps had a model of LM270WQ1-SLA1, which is listed as a 10-bit panel. I would imagine the 10-bit panels need more bandwidth to carry the signal, thus are equipped with a higher bandwidth interface. A byproduct of this is allows them to support higher refresh rates.
post #942 of 11286
Hmm... I wonder if my monitor is the infamous "evaluation" version... It very well could be, but I'm not going to open up my monitor until I get the mount.
post #943 of 11286
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Originally Posted by KuuFA View Post

I bought from green sum you can see how he packs things in my post....
http://www.overclock.net/t/1225919/yamakasi-catleap-monitor-club/550#post_16704944
Although he is being swamped with orders it took him 3 days to ship my monitor out (didn't really care). But i got a perfect monitor no defects.

Greensum is also relocating their warehouse on Monday. Expect an extra 1-2 day delay before shipping.
post #944 of 11286
So anyone have a link to a decent desktop single monitor stand that isn't too expensive for my Q270? I can deal with this wobbliness only so much!
post #945 of 11286
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Originally Posted by csm725 View Post

What do you guys have to say about dcsamsungmall's shipping?

Friggin awesome!! I got mine in two days and the box was wrapped in about 4 inch thick bubble wrap. There was no damage to the box inside or out, however my silver bracket on the back was broken, probably happened during packing at the factory since there was literally no damage to the box itself. I am in Dallas, TX, so delivery to your country could take longer, but it does come via Fedex if that helps.
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Friggin awesome!! I got mine in two days and the box was wrapped in about 4 inch thick bubble wrap. There was no damage to the box inside or out, however my silver bracket on the back was broken, probably happened during packing at the factory since there was literally no damage to the box itself. I am in Dallas, TX, so delivery to your country could take longer, but it does come via Fedex if that helps.

Yes. I recieve my monitor faster than if I were buying from someone within the states. Unbelieveably fast!
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So anyone have a link to a decent desktop single monitor stand that isn't too expensive for my Q270? I can deal with this wobbliness only so much!

I just picked this up, it should do the trick: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824994039

I need to post up a pic to be in the club I guess... Here it is:

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This monitor does wonders in Star Trek Online biggrin.gif
Edited by erocker - 3/18/12 at 4:05pm
post #947 of 11286
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Originally Posted by kazenagi View Post

Perfect pixel models might just be the A+ gradings from the manufacturers while the non perfect pixel ones and the ones the other sellers have are A- models so they'll all have the same chance of having dead/stuck pixels. There won't be a greater chance than the other sellers unless he purposely opens up every monitor to filter out the bad ones but then he can't sell them as new.
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Unlikely. They are all A- rejects imo. The Perfect Pixel policy still allows for dark dead pixels. They are only testing for bright stuck pixels. However, dark dead pixels are preferable to bright ones. You'll barely notice them on such a display.

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post #948 of 11286
@ Scribby...

I'm having a hard time understanding where you screwed in your mount:

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With the pictures of the monitor taken apart, I don't see the screw holes?
post #949 of 11286
You pull the gray arch off the back? They're under there.
post #950 of 11286
Yeah, I'm dumb. I just had to reach around there and there they are!. Kind of a shame you have to disassemble everything just to put a VESA mount on.
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