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Poll Results: Would you be interested in buying a Yamakasi Catleap Q270 (100hz guarenteed)

 
  • 87% (726)
    Yes
  • 2% (18)
    No
  • 10% (88)
    Maybe
832 Total Votes  
post #1071 of 1131
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Should probably add...in Denmark, they use a comma instead of a period to show decimals. So 0,0597 is 0.0597 and 3,582 is 3.582. Confused the heck out of me when I was looking at it at first. Lol.

Also in Germany, Austria, etc
post #1072 of 1131
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You should still be able to hit 97-101hz with your cards. I wouldn't sell your gtx 580's for 680's for an extra 20hz. I'd wait for the october launch of the gtx 780 or whatever they end up calling the GK110. wink.gif

I guess you're right. smile.gif
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17. April UPDATE
Sorry guys! I haven't been watching the thread closely the last couple of days! (lack of updates)
Last thursday, I was told that they would have a second meeting with witech(the manufacture) friday!
Unfortunately (since we are 11 hrs apart in timezone) I didn't catch him friday or monday!
But i did get a quick word from him today!
They are comming!!
Once again everyone agreed that this will be made, they are currently working on a webshop system. where you will be able to buy the monitor!
As soon I get any more updates on specs and price, i will let you know.
Added to OP aswell.. along with HyperMatrix 100+ hz guides! Thank you alot for making them!

Right on!
post #1073 of 1131
So they are going to be sold from their own website? If so, that would lack the security added from eBay and paypal, which places pressure on the seller to be held responsible if the product is defective.
post #1074 of 1131
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Originally Posted by Ken1649 View Post

I was thinking about 3 identical screens but if we are not forcing the refresh rate thru the drivers will have issues. What do you think?
 

Well the driver I've provided lets the computer think the monitor is capable of handling 120hz just fine. So that shouldn't be an issue. You should be able to run 3 at 120hz no problem. Assuming you have 3x dual-link dvi ports.


I don't exactly know how all this overclocking works yet as to overclock the clock generator (TMDS) or this is simply done by software. Maybe someone more technical will chime in later with more in depth explanations.

 

Not sure if you have 680 or 7970 right now but since you have the monitor, maybe you can take a look at this to what it does.

 

http://www.amd.com/us/Documents/AMD_Custom_Timing_Tool.pdf

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post #1075 of 1131
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So they are going to be sold from their own website? If so, that would lack the security added from eBay and paypal, which places pressure on the seller to be held responsible if the product is defective.

I think they will be listed at Ebay aswell! But with a slightly higher price because of ebay fees.
So its really up to you.
post #1076 of 1131
I just signed up and voted. Sounds like a very good deal if the monitor is not DOA/flawed.
post #1077 of 1131
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Originally Posted by Dental Decks View Post

So they are going to be sold from their own website? If so, that would lack the security added from eBay and paypal, which places pressure on the seller to be held responsible if the product is defective.

having paypal or ebay involved is only going to give peace of mind, but at the end, if they want to screw you and keep the money, they are going to do it regardless of using ebay and paying with paypal or not. In any case, if you want peace of mind, you are better off calling your credit card company and asking if they have any buyers protection, and pay with that.
post #1078 of 1131
From a business's prospective, asking potential customers whether or not they will buy their product without giving a price is kind of strange in my opinion. If the price is too high ($450+ in this case), this poll is useless. I'm not sure what Koreans are thinking. The right process is to come up with a price for this monitor first (which can be determined by a simply meeting), then ask us whether or not we will buy it.
post #1079 of 1131
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Originally Posted by braveblade View Post

From a business's prospective, asking potential customers whether or not they will buy their product without giving a price is kind of strange in my opinion. If the price is too high ($450+ in this case), this poll is useless. I'm not sure what Koreans are thinking. The right process is to come up with a price for this monitor first (which can be determined by a simply meeting), then ask us whether or not we will buy it.

I couldnt agree more with you, how can you have a company build something for you when you dont have a clue on the price tag. That leaves it where the company knows how bad you want this, STICK M UP everybody. I would never agree to something without a price up front, just not good common sense. Would you hire a painter to paint your house without knowing up front how much its going to cost you ? no, just using this as a example. I hope there in the price range everybody is thinking, i would like one myself.
post #1080 of 1131
So,

hey community.Just had to jump in on this deal.

And to get my idea sorted out,please correct me if i*m wrong, it will not matter if i wait or not, if i use an amd graphics card.
i won*t be able to get a higher hz refresh rate than the mentioned 85hz.
(Planning to get a 7870 OC) Should i instead go and get a nvidia card,if i*m planing to wait for the screen anyways and then be able to use it to its fullest potential?

ideas much appreciated and if i*m the 100`s person to ask this,i*m sorry for that,but this thread just is quite massive. =)
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