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That you can. My PCBank will be getting a new stand sorta soonish maybe.. as my stand won't hold it's own weight.
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http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082808&p_id=5970&seq=1&format=2

this stand should work, since the monitor only weights about 17 pounds.
Edited by Nastrodamous - 5/24/12 at 1:28pm
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So far I think its a really nice panel, there is very little back light bleed compared to my previous dell u2410, so far I have not spotted any dead pixels. The only complaint i have so far is that the stand sucks, but i was honestly expecting that. So far I believe its well worth the money especially since i sold my old dell for around $250.

Anybody have any idea why i cant set it to 1920 x 1200, I am using on board graphics since i had to RMA my 7970, every time i try to set a custom resolution it says exceeded maximum bandwidth. I am using the provided DVI-D cable. If not ill just want till my new card gets here.
post #204 of 1116
The provided cable could just be junk like most monitors like this.
post #205 of 1116
good point, maybe ill run over to microcenter and pick one up.
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Originally Posted by Nastrodamous View Post

So far I think its a really nice panel, there is very little back light bleed compared to my previous dell u2410, so far I have not spotted any dead pixels. The only complaint i have so far is that the stand sucks, but i was honestly expecting that. So far I believe its well worth the money especially since i sold my old dell for around $250.
Anybody have any idea why i cant set it to 1920 x 1200, I am using on board graphics since i had to RMA my 7970, every time i try to set a custom resolution it says exceeded maximum bandwidth. I am using the provided DVI-D cable. If not ill just want till my new card gets here.

Maybe your on board graphics don't support a res that high.. Also 1920 x 1200 is 16:10 while this monitor as a 16:9 aspect ratio.
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The provided cable could just be junk like most monitors like this.

I am using the Dual-Link DVI cable that came with it and it works fine at 2560x1440. thumbsupsmiley.png
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i was running 1920 x 1200 on my dell monitor from the on board graphics.

i believe it has something to do with my computer recognizing it as a generic monitor
Edited by Nastrodamous - 5/24/12 at 4:53pm
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So far I think its a really nice panel, there is very little back light bleed compared to my previous dell u2410, so far I have not spotted any dead pixels. The only complaint i have so far is that the stand sucks, but i was honestly expecting that. So far I believe its well worth the money especially since i sold my old dell for around $250.
Anybody have any idea why i cant set it to 1920 x 1200, I am using on board graphics since i had to RMA my 7970, every time i try to set a custom resolution it says exceeded maximum bandwidth. I am using the provided DVI-D cable. If not ill just want till my new card gets here.
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i was running 1920 x 1200 on my dell monitor from the on board graphics.
i believe it has something to do with my computer recognizing it as a generic monitor
I have a similar issue when using the DVI port of my HD4000 onboard graphics on my Asrock Z77 Extreme4. Even though the port can support up to 1920x1200, it would only allow me to do up to 1600x1200 with my U3011. I'm not really sure what the reason is but it could have something to do with the double link cable. Maybe this board doesn't like having a double link cable plugged into its single link port.
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I have a similar issue when using the DVI port of my HD4000 onboard graphics on my Asrock Z77 Extreme4. Even though the port can support up to 1920x1200, it would only allow me to do up to 1600x1200 with my U3011. I'm not really sure what the reason is but it could have something to do with the double link cable. Maybe this board doesn't like having a double link cable plugged into its single link port.

I was having the same problem with the same board, i borrowed my roommates HDMI cable and I can do 1920 x 1080 now.
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Was wondering if anyone has seen these at the Tustin MC?

I went to the Tustin one last week, they had one left but said more shipments were expected. They get Auria shipments twice a week, however what is in the shipment changes, so one week they may get this monitor, the next it might be nothing but the other smaller ones.

The monitor itself was not on display and I was afraid to buy the thing. (I have dental work I need to get done, and have no idea how much that'll cost me. So this monitor easily could not be in my budget for a while. I want it so badly though...)
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