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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

I honestly did not want to get involved here but for other OCN members who might come here and belive some of the information regarding over clocking refresh rate without frame skipping I'm forced to.

Here is what we really know about this monitor specs.


Specifications
Color Black
3D Ready No
Screen Size 27"
Viewable Size 27" Viewable Image Size
Screen Size 27"
Screen Coating Anti-Glare
LED Backlight Yes
Widescreen Yes
Viewing Angles 178 horizontal / 178 vertical viewing angles
Maximum Resolution 2560 x 1440
Color Support 16.7 million
Refresh Rate 60Hz
Pixel Pitch 0.233mm
Response Time 6.5ms
Brightness 350 cd/m2
Native Contrast Ratio 1,000:1
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 100,000,000:1
Horizontal Scan Range 31.5 KHz - 94 KHz horizontal scan range
Vertical Scan Range Maximum Vertical Frequency: 60 Hz


There have been valid arguments why we would consider any over clock that will cause frame skipping for even 1 Hz refresh over clock. In the interest of factual information being put on OCN I'm calling out to any AURIA EQ276W owners to step forth and please help other OCN members with finding out if this monitor really does over clock without frame skipping as proof not yet been submitted.

--- I urge an owners to run the ShurcooL/RefreshRateMultitool test and post video showing this to finally put this discussion to rest. ---

Strongly recommend no one buying this monitor based on the fact you think it will over clock as we've not seen it can without frame skipping to either point of opinions being posted and would be a grave mistake. Purchases of this monitor should be made on the manufacturer specs alone.

SO did my own fact finding. I've found posts from other members (owners and non-owners) who've stated this monitor actually does frame skip when refresh rate is higher than specification 60 Hz. Didn't provide proof other than words but would put a shadow of a doubt what's being said here as factual when in either way hasn't been proven. Even from this thread an owner said it did in fact frame skip. Some already quoted here before but bears reminder to my point I'm making.

Source - Owner
Source - Non-Ownder
Source - Owner
So i'd ask to let's stop the debate on both sides of the fence because unless you go buy it and run it for yourself you don't know and if your an owners but unwilling to show proof then it's not able to be confirmed without proof either. The OCN community deserves factual information being posted.

I know your a moderator but that was a damn good post. +1 on everything he just said
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I'm interested to see if anyone here has de-bezeled their monitors and set them up in Surround or Eyefinity.
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Sorry to dig this up from the grave, but wanted to post up and let everyone know the OL/2B PCB boards do in fact work with the Auria panels, SDE3 glossy panel anyway. You just have to move the standoffs that hold the controller and drill a hole for the power connector. My controller was starting to act odd, it would randomly go dim and then brighten back up after a while so I figured i'd try replacing all the internals. You can see some of what I had to do to make it work in the follow pictures. I enjoy the monitor even more now as the input lag is less now that's it's a single dvi input and happier with the blacks and colors.

Edit: Forgot to add that I needed to rewire the on screen controls. It lacks any form of OSD now, but power and volume works. I have removed the speakers though too while I was at it. I sourced a connector from an old monitor to make it work with the new pcb.










Edited by metal409 - 11/18/13 at 1:05pm
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Is that the OL 120hz board?
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Is that the OL 120hz board?

Yes it is. It also came with a TCON board which I didn't think to take pictures of. Honestly I have no idea if they make these boards or if they are just 2B's from the catleap's. Just glad it fixed my issues and it saved me some money on buying a new monitor. I have dabbled with overclocking it a little bit, mainly wanted to see if I could. I was able to hit 120hz using the auto settings in nvidia's control panel, it does cause some lines in windows, almost like faint scan lines. I mainly clock it at 96hz in games and 60hz in windows.
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Yes it is. It also came with a TCON board which I didn't think to take pictures of. Honestly I have no idea if they make these boards or if they are just 2B's from the catleap's. Just glad it fixed my issues and it saved me some money on buying a new monitor. I have dabbled with overclocking it a little bit, mainly wanted to see if I could. I was able to hit 120hz using the auto settings in nvidia's control panel, it does cause some lines in windows, almost like faint scan lines. I mainly clock it at 96hz in games and 60hz in windows.

very cool. thanks for posting the pics and info. if I ever start having issues i'll be sure to dig this thread up.
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