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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 #541 of 1131
Completely agreed!
Quote:
Originally Posted by jpinard View Post

I'd absolutely get one. And "bQvle" - is there any way to help the manufacturer understand that the number listed in the poll ~ 400, is 1/3 less than what they would sell outright? And once they're available, sales would go through the roof? The dream of every fps gamer is a 2560x1440 at a frequency of 72 Hz or more. There is no doubt they would easily sell 4,000 displays at $450. Many of us would pay $600 for a pixel perfect option. If given the choice, (even at the same cost) - most gamers would choose a Yamasaki Catleap capable of 120 Hz over the Apple Thunderbolt display. That has got to speak volumes to a manufacturer.
"bQvle" - if they have further doubts, just direct them to the following websites - as 120 Hz for gaming is all the rage. Half the gamers buying these monitors are not buying them for 3D - we're buying them for the higher refresh rate and they're selling well:
* http://gaming.benq.com/media/news/events-tournaments/BenQ-Showcases-New-Flagship-Gaming-Monitor-XL2420T-XL2420TX-for-Professional-and-Competitive-FPS-Gaming
* http://www.asus.com/Display/LCD_Monitors/VG278H/
* http://www.viewsonic.com/products/v3d245.htm
* http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/monitors/LS27A950DS/ZA
* http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/ET.HH4HP.B01
The Catleap - even as an A- rated panel, would easily outsell the monitors listed above. Furthermore, if this is the real deal - then when gaming sites like Joystiq, PC Gamer, Kotaku, Bluesnews, Gamespot, start advertising them they will have no problem selling out a batch of 4,000-5,000 in just a couple short weeks. If they're going to do a run, making only 1,200 units will not be enough to satisfy demand.
post #542 of 1131
That's probably one of the main reasons I'm currently holding out on just buying one out-right. I'm really hoping that when we hit, say, 600~ish yes votes, in which quite a few would very likely buy more then one monitor, they might decide to go for it.

Saying that though, I'm unsure how long I would be able to hold out, I'm sadly very impatient when I want to spend money!
post #543 of 1131
Thread Starter 
Okay, little update. They have a meeting with Witech Thursday, so we will know more soon!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Otbreaker View Post

If i do this then Steam won't start and get this message:
Steam is temporarily unavailable, please try later.

Hmm someone said that aswell in the other forum, strange mine just works. what version of steam are you using?
Mine is
Steam API: v012
Steam Package version: 1854
with English language.

As i said in the other thread, try deleting ClientRegestry.blob from your steam folder, then run the batch file again. report if this works.


Quote:
Originally Posted by jpinard View Post

I'd absolutely get one. And "bQvle" - is there any way to help the manufacturer understand that the number listed in the poll ~ 400, is 1/3 less than what they would sell outright? And once they're available, sales would go through the roof? The dream of every fps gamer is a 2560x1440 at a frequency of 72 Hz or more. There is no doubt they would easily sell 4,000 displays at $450. Many of us would pay $600 for a pixel perfect option. If given the choice, (even at the same cost) - most gamers would choose a Yamasaki Catleap capable of 120 Hz over the Apple Thunderbolt display. That has got to speak volumes to a manufacturer.
"bQvle" - if they have further doubts, just direct them to the following websites - as 120 Hz for gaming is all the rage. Half the gamers buying these monitors are not buying them for 3D - we're buying them for the higher refresh rate and they're selling well:
* http://gaming.benq.com/media/news/events-tournaments/BenQ-Showcases-New-Flagship-Gaming-Monitor-XL2420T-XL2420TX-for-Professional-and-Competitive-FPS-Gaming
* http://www.asus.com/Display/LCD_Monitors/VG278H/
* http://www.viewsonic.com/products/v3d245.htm
* http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/monitors/LS27A950DS/ZA
* http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/ET.HH4HP.B01
The Catleap - even as an A- rated panel, would easily outsell the monitors listed above. Furthermore, if this is the real deal - then when gaming sites like Joystiq, PC Gamer, Kotaku, Bluesnews, Gamespot, start advertising them they will have no problem selling out a batch of 4,000-5,000 in just a couple short weeks. If they're going to do a run, making only 1,200 units will not be enough to satisfy demand.

The guy im speaking with is aware of this, he is reading the forums aswell. so he is updated smile.gif
post #544 of 1131
Quote:
Originally Posted by jpinard View Post

I'd absolutely get one. And "bQvle" - is there any way to help the manufacturer understand that the number listed in the poll ~ 400, is 1/3 less than what they would sell outright? And once they're available, sales would go through the roof? The dream of every fps gamer is a 2560x1440 at a frequency of 72 Hz or more. There is no doubt they would easily sell 4,000 displays at $450. Many of us would pay $600 for a pixel perfect option. If given the choice, (even at the same cost) - most gamers would choose a Yamasaki Catleap capable of 120 Hz over the Apple Thunderbolt display. That has got to speak volumes to a manufacturer.
"bQvle" - if they have further doubts, just direct them to the following websites - as 120 Hz for gaming is all the rage. Half the gamers buying these monitors are not buying them for 3D - we're buying them for the higher refresh rate and they're selling well:
* http://gaming.benq.com/media/news/events-tournaments/BenQ-Showcases-New-Flagship-Gaming-Monitor-XL2420T-XL2420TX-for-Professional-and-Competitive-FPS-Gaming
* http://www.asus.com/Display/LCD_Monitors/VG278H/
* http://www.viewsonic.com/products/v3d245.htm
* http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/monitors/LS27A950DS/ZA
* http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/ET.HH4HP.B01
The Catleap - even as an A- rated panel, would easily outsell the monitors listed above. Furthermore, if this is the real deal - then when gaming sites like Joystiq, PC Gamer, Kotaku, Bluesnews, Gamespot, start advertising them they will have no problem selling out a batch of 4,000-5,000 in just a couple short weeks. If they're going to do a run, making only 1,200 units will not be enough to satisfy demand.

Speak for yourself. The reason these are selling like hotcakes is because of the sub 400~ price tag.
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post #545 of 1131
So, update on the pixel clock shenanigans:

Response and Service Request History:

Would you be able to send the EDID information that is coming from the monitor?

This utility will provide information on how the EEPROM chip or the driver file from the monitor is reporting this to the OS.

1. Please provide the EDID report (using GetEDID.exe) of your monitor while it is connected to the graphics card. You can obtain the GetEDID.exe file from the following location using an FTP Client Software like FileZilla or CuteFTP.

*snip for privacy*

In order to update this service request, please respond, leaving the service request reference intact.

Best regards,

AMD Global Customer Care


So, ToastyX or bqvle or whoever has the techinical know-how and the monitor with OC parts, please PM me for this info smile.gif

EDIT: Also, who is going to try and call LG parts department this week for those PCBs with the number I provided last week? smile.gif
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post #546 of 1131
[quote name="gc86" url="/t/1232084/yamakasi-catleap-q270-100hz-guaranteed/520_40#post_16875496"] Speak for yourself. The reason these are selling like hotcakes is because of the sub 400~ price tag. [/quote] You can get the 60hz ones for sub-$400, this is about a 100hz monitor and for that, most of us would pay quite a bit more. Looking forward to Thursday news!
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post #547 of 1131
If they do get a lot of orders, the kind of amount which would give them substantial profits then companies who sell these in the US like BenQ, Dell etc will put pressure on LG to up the price that they sell them to the Koreans for, this wont last long if it really takes off, trust me.
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Okay, little update. They have a meeting with Witech Thursday, so we will know more soon!

Great news! Hopefully the news is good!
post #549 of 1131
If we can get a guaranteed zero defective pixel and 85+ refresh rate deal, I'll totally jump on it.
If there's a chance for it to be without speakers and with DisplayPort instead - even better!

The tech is there, I can only hope that manufacturers take note and finally wake up to what the PC gaming market wants.
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Originally Posted by bQvle View Post

Okay, little update. They have a meeting with Witech Thursday, so we will know more soon!
Hmm someone said that aswell in the other forum, strange mine just works. what version of steam are you using?
Mine is
Steam API: v012
Steam Package version: 1854
with English language.
As i said in the other thread, try deleting ClientRegestry.blob from your steam folder, then run the batch file again. report if this works.
The guy im speaking with is aware of this, he is reading the forums aswell. so he is updated smile.gif

I have the same version as you and i also deleted the ClientRegestry.blob from the steam folder but same error message.
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