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That's with any 2560x1440p monitor. You can still get them with a camera pic. Just gotta get the right angle and take it. Gotta get up close.

Thanks for letting me know
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Not sure how new the minidisplay port to dvi cable is as I got it second hand from my it dept at work. I grabbed the other cables I have at work that I know work with my macbook air and a 30" dell monitor at work. I'll give those cables a shot and see if it works. The ebay seller has responded to me and said that the intel 3000 and 4000 graphics cards in my macbook air and mac mini aren't supported and it states that on their product page but obviously other people on this board have gotten this setup to work fine.

Yeah it most definitely works with the Intel 4000 chip. I also have it running a 2nd 1080p monitor and everything works fine. On top of that I connected a Displaylink adapter to run a 3rd display but that doesn't use the Intel 4000 to drive it.

Maybe you could drop by the Apple store to pick up new cables to try out and confirm, then return them.
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The first green PCB boared with only 1 mosfet is problematic just like the blue and teals. Since all 3 have the issue with heat dissipation and then eventually burn out. Now saying anything new won'thave the ability to burn out to. All hardware eventually just goes one 1 or the other. But..... That has 2 mosfets. You want that or the 3rd revision which is what your talking about. The one that Aw also replaces. You can request from greensum to have that revision "if" he can get it, if not just take that.

I'm also in contact with Greensum for a PCB replacemente. Which version do you suggest? Many thanks for your help!
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you guys would be better off hunting down what part is causing the problem and replacing the part. the part would cost $1 or less. and probably replacing the part with a better part instead of replacing the board which would cause the same problem down the road.
these monitors are fairly new so looks like the board cause just use a better part than what was used.

take the board to an electrician...
    
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I'm thinking about picking one of these up, but all this talk about burnt out PCBs has me a little worried. Anything I can do to ensure I get a monitor that has the PCB that doesn't die? Also, seems like AW has the LED-P version for $999???? I'd pay a tiny bit more to get their supposedly A+ panel, but that's just crazy.
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you guys would be better off hunting down what part is causing the problem and replacing the part. the part would cost $1 or less. and probably replacing the part with a better part instead of replacing the board which would cause the same problem down the road.
these monitors are fairly new so looks like the board cause just use a better part than what was used.
take the board to an electrician...

Well the problem is, the boards we have, have one MOSFET that seems to be consistantly overheating or overloading. I'm not sure if it's just really bad quality or if the monitor just straight up needs more than one MOSFET to be reliable in the long run. I'm no electric / comp engineering pro or anything, so I wouldn't really know where to begin.
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I have just been sent that 2 MOSFET green pcb as a replacement from BCC but not had the opportunity to install it yet. I feed back once I get the chance.
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I cracked open my monitor to mod a heat sink for the board as a precaution to prevent it from failing. However the pcb is green and has different component layout compare to the pcb's that have a blown mosfet.


I have had the monitor for almost a month now. The pcb is not burnt nor anything is implying damage caused by excessive heat. Couple of "weird" things here though. Capacitors are not "solid" opposed to those blue pcb and they are made by Sam Young which is south korean corporation i believe. They are rated at 85 degrees celcius. I thought that in this kind of electronics they would always be rated at 105 degrees celcius? Anyway, i hope this pcb is of better quality so i don't have to ask the seller for a new one.

Karail can you chime in here and let us know how your monitor has been with this pcb.
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I'm thinking about picking one of these up, but all this talk about burnt out PCBs has me a little worried. Anything I can do to ensure I get a monitor that has the PCB that doesn't die? Also, seems like AW has the LED-P version for $999???? I'd pay a tiny bit more to get their supposedly A+ panel, but that's just crazy.

When AW sets the price for 999, it because he's out of stock atm. Not because he wants to take inzane overprices lol. smile.gif
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