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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)
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post #351 of 1131
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Originally Posted by kuhla View Post


Hmmmm. Sounds about what I'm thinking in my head. Just kind of curious what you mean by us being able to source the components and build it ourselves. Is it really that easy?


Sure these panels are out there for sale from Chinese and Korean companies, you just have to find the right one to sell you one or two.  However, there will be no guarantee that it will hit 120hz unless you source those specific panels (I have seen one that runs about $600 in batch sales only).  The other bits, bezel, housing, etc are also all available.  The hard part is finding a company to sell less than 500 or 100 of these parts.  But with enough contacts you can track one down.  Heck, as I am finding out these companies will make just about anything if you have the right gerber files/materials lists.

 

   
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post #352 of 1131
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I will put it this way. first, strip the 400$ price from shipping.
Now you got a 250$ 27" 2650x1440 monitor.
  1. You will never get a A+ guaranteed pixel perfect, 120hz rated with pivot-able solid stand and thin benzel. for JUST 100$ more! That would basicly mean, that you could buy the "best" 27" consumer monitor in the world, for just 350$. this is not gonna happend! Everyone else would be out of business!
  2. ...
Thats about it.
You have to put it all this way.
  • Manufacturer already got panels and PCB's at stock. from what Im told (This rules out A+ and DisplayPort). Nothing we can do about this
  • Dead pixels can occur, there is regulations about this. they might differ from each country! You can read the Korean regulations about this, on almost every monitor listed at ebay.
  • If you recive your monitor DOA, it will be taken care of! there have been a few cases already, and the sellers have been really BIG so far, at this point.
Bottom line,
They offer A/A- 60hz rated(OC'able to ~100), whatever benzel or stand they decide to use.
It is up to you, to deside, weather or not you can live with that! (take it or leave it)
Far from everyone has the same "Sky-High" expectations towards this 2-300$ display. But are rather thankfull that this is even possible.
With thous expectations you might be better of waiting for Dell or similar rated 120hz. but you need to expect a price at around 1000$

 

AMEN BROTHA!  Look what people don't understand is it isn't as easy as making up a shopping list and say - get me this.  We are talking about, in some cases, serious language barrier issues, manufacturer stock and demands, cost factors, and basically what these people are willing to do for us.  I think too many on this thread have gotten out of hand in their expectations of what we can get done with a measly, yes I said measly, 500 monitor run.  This is a crap deal for these guys seriously.  So a 2B monitor similar to a Catleap (if not exactly a 2B Catleap from February 2012) for $400 that can do 120hz off a 680 shipped to your house with the rare shot of 1-5 dead pixels to me is a STEAL.  When we ask for things out of the norm it gets expensive and/or complicated.  As stated above if this isn't the deal for you, fine buy something else.


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Originally Posted by mav451 View Post

Yeah really this thread is about getting guaranteed 2B boards...and that's it, which I am more than fine with.
OP you should probably just update the thread title and 1st post to say "2B boards and nothing else," otherwise we'll continue to get posts like we've seen above, with Christmas shopping lists (multiple inputs, DP, or A+ panels hahaha).

 I have said from day one this thread title needs to be changed as it has started a lot of the complaints about "it should be this" or "it should that" rather than what we are actually looking for.

 

I believe bQvle's contact will be sending me the PCBs and cables.  I will then source the gerber files and materials list from those boards once I can confirm they will OC.  From there the files will go off to China for a cost analysis.  So those that have monitors that don't OC, we will have boards to OC.  For those on the fence - I don't know what to tell you - wait for this or buy now?  I won't say what I would do it's up to you to decide what you want. 

 

What I do know is that almost every single person who has received their Catleap and posted in the club LOVE the thing like a newborn!  They are pretty, sexy, hot, steamin', and all around amazing monitors.  Once we finalize the sourcing of OC monitors for purchase and the PCBs to OC "older" and "other" monitors we are all going to be happy campers (now go out and buy a 680 so you can hit 120hz!)

 

 

 

   
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post #353 of 1131
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So a 2B monitor similar to a Catleap (if not exactly a 2B Catleap from February 2012) for $400 that can do 120hz off a 680 shipped to your house with the rare shot of 1-5 dead pixels to me is a STEAL.
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post #354 of 1131
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I have said from day one this thread title needs to be changed as it has started a lot of the complaints about "it should be this" or "it should that" rather than what we are actually looking for.
With what we know now, I would actually say I think it would be helpful to start a brand new thread (and lock this one) with the starting post of the new thread clearly stating "this is what we can get, take it or leave it, it's not up for discussion, we can't change it". Too many people seem to think the features are still negotiable when really the ultimatum is to get a monitor that has been made before, made again.


Also, would anybody lynch me if I said I might be backing out on this? I don't know how much the ball has started to roll on the backend and I would feel really guilty if I started a trend. It has nothing to do with the feature discussion but due to my personal finances. My heart jumped ahead of my head.
post #355 of 1131
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With what we know now, I would actually say I think it would be helpful to start a brand new thread (and lock this one) with the starting post of the new thread clearly stating "this is what we can get, take it or leave it, it's not up for discussion, we can't change it". Too many people seem to think the features are still negotiable when really the ultimatum is to get a monitor that has been made before, made again.
Also, would anybody lynch me if I said I might be backing out on this? I don't know how much the ball has started to roll on the backend and I would feel really guilty if I started a trend. It has nothing to do with the feature discussion but due to my personal finances. My heart jumped ahead of my head.

The numbers in the poll are obviously not the be-all end-all of who will buy the monitor; it's designed as a rough gauge of the order of magnitude of interest that the sellers can expect (10's, 100's or 1000's of the units). They'll obviously gain and lose sales between now and production based on any number of factors.
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post #356 of 1131
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They offer A/A- 60hz rated(OC'able to ~100), whatever benzel or stand they decide to use.
It is up to you, to deside, weather or not you can live with that! (take it or leave it)
Far from everyone has the same "Sky-High" expectations towards this 2-300$ display. But are rather thankfull that this is even possible.
With thous expectations you might be better of waiting for Dell or similar rated 120hz. but you need to expect a price at around 1000$

For me, I was only making requests at the assumption they were redesigning it from scratch, also wouldn't mind paying $500-550 ea if it was done right.

But I agree, if they are re-using as many parts as they can, then just do another run of the 2B Catleaps and call it a day. We can source our own stands and bezels if we're that desperate (My original plan was just to remove the bezels off the 2B Catleaps, assuming I got 3 of them, but that changed quick once we found out they stopped making them).
post #357 of 1131
Please tell for the newcomer non technical person, whats the main difference about this "custom made" screen and this http://www.ebay.com/itm/110834882557 ? Is there any chance this "custom made" could be cheaper than that one in ebay?
post #358 of 1131
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AMEN BROTHA!  Look what people don't understand is it isn't as easy as making up a shopping list and say - get me this.  We are talking about, in some cases, serious language barrier issues, manufacturer stock and demands, cost factors, and basically what these people are willing to do for us.  I think too many on this thread have gotten out of hand in their expectations of what we can get done with a measly, yes I said measly, 500 monitor run.  This is a crap deal for these guys seriously.  So a 2B monitor similar to a Catleap (if not exactly a 2B Catleap from February 2012) for $400 that can do 120hz off a 680 shipped to your house with the rare shot of 1-5 dead pixels to me is a STEAL.  When we ask for things out of the norm it gets expensive and/or complicated.  As stated above if this isn't the deal for you, fine buy something else.
 I have said from day one this thread title needs to be changed as it has started a lot of the complaints about "it should be this" or "it should that" rather than what we are actually looking for.

I believe bQvle's contact will be sending me the PCBs and cables.  I will then source the gerber files and materials list from those boards once I can confirm they will OC.  From there the files will go off to China for a cost analysis.  So those that have monitors that don't OC, we will have boards to OC.  For those on the fence - I don't know what to tell you - wait for this or buy now?  I won't say what I would do it's up to you to decide what you want. 

What I do know is that almost every single person who has received their Catleap and posted in the club LOVE the thing like a newborn!  They are pretty, sexy, hot, steamin', and all around amazing monitors.  Once we finalize the sourcing of OC monitors for purchase and the PCBs to OC "older" and "other" monitors we are all going to be happy campers (now go out and buy a 680 so you can hit 120hz!)



100% agreed on the first part of your post. Regarding the PCB's, please keep us posted as to if/when you get 2B PCB/cable in and the status on things as they progress!

Question: Would replacing the 2C controller with a potentially-available 2B PCB require soldering, or are the current cablings all on molex-style connectors/plugs that can be removed by hand and placed on other boards?



As far as this thread goes, I'd be 100% pleased with a new 2B PCB catleap run or similar, that's all I really need.
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Please tell for the newcomer non technical person, whats the main difference about this "custom made" screen and this http://www.ebay.com/itm/110834882557 ? Is there any chance this "custom made" could be cheaper than that one in ebay?

The main difference here is the aforementioned "2B" PCB. This PCB allows us to run the monitor past its rated refresh rate at 120Hz. Why this is a big deal is because 2560*1440 running at ~100Hz would likely cost us $1000 if not more if we were to buy it from a large recognized company (Samsung, LG, Asus, etc). Not to mention that there is no monitor "designed" to run at 120Hz out on the market just yet. All other changes are just minor and cosmetic.
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Question: Would replacing the 2C controller with a potentially-available 2B PCB require soldering, or are the current cablings all on molex-style connectors/plugs that can be removed by hand and placed on other boards?
 


For Catleap owners this is a plug and play solution - no need to do anything other than install the 2 new PCBs and attach with the new cables.  The front bezel connector and panel connector will connect directly to the new DVI PCB. For other owners - no idea.  It looks possible for the Crossover, but I haven't seen the guts of an Achieva yet to say.  The Crossover panel is the same as the Catleap, but will a different PCB setup for the DVI and bezel (power, etc.)

 

 

   
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