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Has anyone tried calibrating theirs yet? I'm thinking about picking up a HueyPRO

I was curious about the calibration as well. Do the cheap ones suffice? If you have multi monitors and want them all to match you're looking at spending about $200 to get one... kinda absurd.

Maybe we can all go together and buy one, and send it around... then once every 3 months, it makes the circuit again. at $10 shipped each time, it's a WAY cheaper solution than the $200 one time buy.
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Also, has anyone noticed a slight humming noise from the monitor when looking at certain pages with text on white background? (e.g. Wikipedia with a browser maximized to take up the entire screen).

I've noticed this on both of my PB2700s, one SUPER and one Non-SUPER.
Edited by 996gt2 - 4/7/12 at 7:34pm
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You do realize I have a decently beefy computer in my sig right? I never mentioned that I wasn't gonna be using it for my PC
when I buy stuff, I tend to buy 'em to use em for almost everything I have...I like versatility for the price i pay for stuff

No, I didn't realize this, especially when I noticed this was posted in 2012 and not 2010. This is not "decently beefy" by any stretch of the imagination unless you're comparing it to a prebuilt you'd buy at Walmart or Best Buy. Your videocard needs an upgrade, you have a 750W PSU for no reason whatsoever, and you could stand to upgrade your RAM to 12GB unless all you're doing is surfing the web and playing a game with AV running in the background.

I normally would not have even responded, but the way this guy wrote his response prompted me to write my own. Are these the types of people who tout their Rice Rocket Civics off as pieces of art?
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No, I didn't realize this, especially when I noticed this was posted in 2012 and not 2010. This is not "decently beefy" by any stretch of the imagination unless you're comparing it to a prebuilt you'd buy at Walmart or Best Buy. Your videocard needs an upgrade, you have a 750W PSU for no reason whatsoever, and you could stand to upgrade your RAM to 12GB unless all you're doing is surfing the web and playing a game with AV running in the background.
I normally would not have even responded, but the way this guy wrote his response prompted me to write my own. Are these the types of people who tout their Rice Rocket Civics off as pieces of art?

rolleyes.gif thanks for your imput, i did notice mine to his sounded snobbish. anyway I know the 4850 will have a hard time playing at 1440p, compared to most ppls gaming computers mine is decent (maybe not here in our small niche of OC).

I have a 750W because at some point I had a HD 5970 that I OC'd heavily but sold it cause I couldn't stand the sound of the jet engine cooling system. I don''t need 12GB of ram when I don't do video editing and the 750W is here to stay for future upgrades.
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Also, has anyone noticed a slight humming noise from the monitor when looking at certain pages with text on white background? (e.g. Wikipedia).

Likely an issue with the power draw. What level do you have the brightness at? If you lower it a bit the humm might go away. Also, have you tried the solution from the Yamakasi thread?
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...you have a 750W PSU for no reason whatsoever, and you could stand to upgrade your RAM to 12GB...

And there you go criticizing a 750W PSU while recommending 12GM of RAM...
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Likely an issue with the power draw. What level do you have the brightness at? If you lower it a bit the humm might go away. Also, have you tried the solution from the Yamakasi thread?
And there you go criticizing a 750W PSU while recommending 12GM of RAM...

Hahaha, I thought the same thing while I was typing it, Bors, but with the price of triple-channel RAM lately, it's easily amongst the least expensive upgrades he can make on his PC.
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The only requirement is VESA 100X100 which are mounting holes space 100mm (=10 centimeters=2.45 inches) apart vertically and horizontally, i.e. in a square. Not sure about the CatLeap, but I seem to remember reading it has some kind of odd backing to its stand. If so, that would be a good reason to avoid it. It would then need the Vesa holes underneath. The companion big thread on these monitors likely contains the answer.
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Hahaha, I thought the same thing while I was typing it, Bors, but with the price of triple-channel RAM lately, it's easily amongst the least expensive upgrades he can make on his PC.
Well... for pretty much the same price of 3x4GB of RAM he could probably get a 60/64 GB SSD for his OS, which he would notice a lot more in day-to-day performance then an upgrade from 6 to 12 GBs of RAM wink.gif
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Can someone tell me what makes this monitor better than my Shimian? No offense to anybody here but I think that the PCBANK monitor looks very unattractive when it comes to the design.
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I don't know about others, but for me it was the low height of the stand and cheap price when I bought it (roughly $10 less than all the other options then). My desk is somewhat high so I wanted a low height monitor without having to fork out additional money for an aftermarket stand/mount. It was also the most highly reviewed monitor among the Yamakasi Catleap, Achieva Shimian, and Crossover bunch (although the scores were so close it's negligible) - difference was really due to contrast measurements and screen brightness uniformities.

Crossover LED (basic stand) has the most aesthetically pleasing shell but it's the most expensive (the LED-P model) is even more expensive. Catleap has a stand that isn't level. Shimian would probably be the next best option.

There's too much beauty on the screen to be staring at the bezels! They all have thick bezels compared to my Samsung 2343BWX (TN panel) which barely had ..5" bezels, but the IPS sharpness/color vibrance is simply to die for.
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