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Yeah, thanks, I thought that might be the answer. I'll just have to make sure I don't look at a 27" as to diminish my 24" joy.

Any Catleap 24" sellers anyone has tried?
I bought my 27", and 2 others for friends off bigclothcraft, great seller and they arrived in around 3 days.
they sell some 24" ones aswell, although not very cheap.

I think they had the 27" up for £247 and i bought 2 at £210 each.

heres the 24"
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New24-Yamakasi-Catleap-240-LED-iSMART-iphone-Dock-HD-MVA-Panel-PC-Monitor-/130843576683?pt=AU_comp_monitor&hash=item1e76e2896b

Just measured it against mine and its not much smaller, mine is 65x40cm
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post #9582 of 11286
I am sure these questions have been answered somewhere in the nearly 1000 pages on this forum, but I was hoping someone would have mercy on me and simply answer them for me so I don't have to spend hours searching.

I bought a Q270 LED SE today from ebay so it should be arriving sometime next week, I was simply wondering after seeing all the posts about 60 to 120 hz and I am sure the model I am getting isn't one of the desired 100-120hz ones, am I stuck at 60hz? Is there any wiggle room up to 75hz or more? If so how do you do it?

I was also wondering about wall mounts, I have a very small desk so I would like to put it on the wall behind my desk but from the pictures of it it doesn't look like it has any way to do it, are there any viable options?

Thanks!

Daniel

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post #9583 of 11286
Well I guess I'm soon to be in the club... just paid a ridiculous amount of cash for a OCed 2b extreme...my fingers are crossed and I will pray every night that my very expensive but worth every penny too me monitor has no issues.

bought from Green-sum btw. I will report back upon delivery.
post #9584 of 11286
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Originally Posted by hellomoto View Post

I bought my 27", and 2 others for friends off bigclothcraft, great seller and they arrived in around 3 days.
they sell some 24" ones aswell, although not very cheap.

I think they had the 27" up for £247 and i bought 2 at £210 each.

heres the 24"
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New24-Yamakasi-Catleap-240-LED-iSMART-iphone-Dock-HD-MVA-Panel-PC-Monitor-/130843576683?pt=AU_comp_monitor&hash=item1e76e2896b

Just measured it against mine and its not much smaller, mine is 65x40cm

Thanks for the tip
post #9585 of 11286
By and large, you should be able to attain an overclock of single digit proportions. The overclocking guide with software links is in the very first post of this thread.

Higher overclocks are possible if you meet one of the following criteria:

1) you have a 2B version that has this extended capability
2) you order an aftermarket 2B PCB kit from Overlord Computers

Monoprice has a nice selection of wallmounts as well as better stands at a reasonable price. You can remove the "silver arc" from the back of the Catleaps by debezelling it and cracking it open - links and pictures in the first post of this thread. From there, you can easily see the VESA mount points.

Good luck!
post #9586 of 11286
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Originally Posted by lusal View Post

By and large, you should be able to attain an overclock of single digit proportions. The overclocking guide with software links is in the very first post of this thread.

Higher overclocks are possible if you meet one of the following criteria:

1) you have a 2B version that has this extended capability
2) you order an aftermarket 2B PCB kit from Overlord Computers

Monoprice has a nice selection of wallmounts as well as better stands at a reasonable price. You can remove the "silver arc" from the back of the Catleaps by debezelling it and cracking it open - links and pictures in the first post of this thread. From there, you can easily see the VESA mount points.

Good luck!
Removing the bezel is a little trick y so I've read, if I like the height and there is is not noticeable lean I will probably keep the stock stand.

I do have a stand from Monoprice I used with my previous monitor, the one linked below is awesome...you just need to put some kind of rubber pads on the bottom so it wont scratch you deask.

http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?seq=1&format=2&p_id=5970&CAWELAID=1329452118&cagpspn=pla&gclid=CPGrqcjxjbYCFe1_QgodpVQAOw
post #9587 of 11286
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Have been reading a lot about this monitor. Finally took the plunge today and bought one.

Anybody have any experience from this ebay vendor?
korexmall

I bought Q270 LED Multi White S-IPS 27" Monitor WQHD 2560x1440 (Perfert Pixel) for $399. I wanted the White one, this is the best price I could find for the white one.

Wish me luck, crossing my fingers i get a good unit.

By the way. Has anybody try running this on a Intel HD4000? It will take me about 2-3 weeks before I get a new video card. Want to test the monitor first on the built-in one first.

It took 3 days door to door from Korea. I received it yesterday.
The Monitor is HUGE!!. I thought it would be smaller.
No dead pixel, I was emailing the seller back and forth and the monitor was tested before he shipped it. He marked it on the box. Tested, no dead pixels. Very happy with the transaction. Will take pictures tomorrow.

I am using HDMI at the moment, because I dont have a video card to drive the display.
My Asrock Z77E-ITX DVI is not working when hooked to the monitor (Bios freezes at post), it's really weird. Most likely this is an issue with the Built-in HD4000. (- Supports DVI with max. resolution up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz)
Need to wait for a deal on a video card.
post #9588 of 11286
What refresh rate can I overclock to if I have a new Catleap? I am hoping the newer models have some wiggle room and can maybe go up to 75hz or more, is there a limit people are experiencing?
post #9589 of 11286
66-67hz. Same as ever before.
post #9590 of 11286
Is it worth it? I thought I read somewhere that if you don't keep it at 60 or 120 (multiples of 60) you get tearing or ghosting
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