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Well this is strange either my new GTX 680 has deceived to run slower or i have a driver isue somewhere have tried pretty much everything now and it runs slower then when i first installed it

Humm did you get a chance to do a clean windows install yet? But that is very strange.
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Humm did you get a chance to do a clean windows install yet? But that is very strange.

I tried everything its slower now unless i damaged the card or something it has to be some kind of sofware problem

And no have not done it yet think i am going to wait untill i get my second card and see if that does it as well
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I tried everything its slower now unless i damaged the card or something it has to be some kind of sofware problem

I guess the only way to rule out the damage would be to try it on a different Mobo (if you have a different system). Or see if you can try it on a friends system. You might wanna contact Asus support as well or look over at their forums to see if they have something on it.
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I guess the only way to rule out the damage would be to try it on a different Mobo (if you have a different system). Or see if you can try it on a friends system. You might wanna contact Asus support as well or look over at their forums to see if they have something on it.

The card does not seem to be damaged in any way fans and temps are all normal in fact the max temp i have seen is 55c with 60% fan speed the card is just a litte slower for some strange reason

No dont have another motherboard or system to tray it on

Last we dont have to deal with RMA in Denmark danish law says its the shop which you bought it from that has to deal with any and all problems so i just have to return it and thats that
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Hey, I'm planning to buy a new 2560 x 1440 monitor and I have searched for the monitor for some time. The Korean Yamakasi Catleap 2B witch is "overclockable" to 120hz got my intrest, cause I play some fps games. I havent seen any on sales (except on the 120hz.net(The price has risen a lot lately it was like 500$ just 6 months ago now it is like 700-800$))
So, Im intrested in 2560 x 1440 monitor, so witch one are you recommending to me?
- I live in Finland (Europe)
- GPU - GTX 680
Also if someone has some info about the korean monitor witch is capable of 120hz on that res on sales, I would appreciate it if I could get a link to sales.
Also the monitor being pixel perfect (no dead pixels) would be really nice. I know Dell has a good dead pixel warranty system.
And I dont need monitor speakers.

I have been looking into
Dell UltraSharp U2713HM
Asus PB278Q
(same price in Finland)

Thanks
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The Asus PB278Q is a great monitor and its made a little more for gaming then the others or at least that is how i understood it?

I have a Asus PB278Q myself and its by far the best monitor i have seen or owned so far and other then a single dead pixel on mine its perfekt

Due note that the Asus PB278Q has some issues you need to be aware of before you buy it
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Hey, I'm planning to buy a new 2560 x 1440 monitor and I have searched for the monitor for some time. The Korean Yamakasi Catleap 2B witch is "overclockable" to 120hz got my intrest, cause I play some fps games. I havent seen any on sales (except on the 120hz.net(The price has risen a lot lately it was like 500$ just 6 months ago now it is like 700-800$))
So, Im intrested in 2560 x 1440 monitor, so witch one are you recommending to me?
- I live in Finland (Europe)
- GPU - GTX 680
Also if someone has some info about the korean monitor witch is capable of 120hz on that res on sales, I would appreciate it if I could get a link to sales.
Also the monitor being pixel perfect (no dead pixels) would be really nice. I know Dell has a good dead pixel warranty system.
And I dont need monitor speakers.

I have been looking into
Dell UltraSharp U2713HM
Asus PB278Q
(same price in Finland)

Thanks
The U2713HM is better, it has deeper blacks, better colour depth, very good out the box calibration etc. The only thing the PB278Q has over it is the good pixel response times and slightly less input lag. That being said, both monitors have quality control issues which you should be aware of. The Dell often comes with bad backlight bleeding, normally in the bottom left corner. The Asus also often comes with backlight bleeding and it seems their dead pixel control isn't quite as good. All in all, whichever one you get, don't expect it to be perfect. My first U2713HM had very bad bleeding but luckily my replacement was 100% perfect.
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The U2713HM is better, it has deeper blacks, better colour depth, very good out the box calibration etc. The only thing the PB278Q has over it is the good pixel response times and slightly less input lag. That being said, both monitors have quality control issues which you should be aware of. The Dell often comes with bad backlight bleeding, normally in the bottom left corner. The Asus also often comes with backlight bleeding and it seems their dead pixel control isn't quite as good. All in all, whichever one you get, don't expect it to be perfect. My first U2713HM had very bad bleeding but luckily my replacement was 100% perfect.

Dont forget about PWM flicker
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post #3949 of 6172
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The card does not seem to be damaged in any way fans and temps are all normal in fact the max temp i have seen is 55c with 60% fan speed the card is just a litte slower for some strange reason

No dont have another motherboard or system to tray it on

Last we dont have to deal with RMA in Denmark danish law says its the shop which you bought it from that has to deal with any and all problems so i just have to return it and thats that

You might wanna try that if you want. Also see if there is a bios update or anything like that.

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Originally Posted by DatUsername View Post

Hey, I'm planning to buy a new 2560 x 1440 monitor and I have searched for the monitor for some time. The Korean Yamakasi Catleap 2B witch is "overclockable" to 120hz got my intrest, cause I play some fps games. I havent seen any on sales (except on the 120hz.net(The price has risen a lot lately it was like 500$ just 6 months ago now it is like 700-800$))
So, Im intrested in 2560 x 1440 monitor, so witch one are you recommending to me?
- I live in Finland (Europe)
- GPU - GTX 680
Also if someone has some info about the korean monitor witch is capable of 120hz on that res on sales, I would appreciate it if I could get a link to sales.
Also the monitor being pixel perfect (no dead pixels) would be really nice. I know Dell has a good dead pixel warranty system.
And I dont need monitor speakers.

I have been looking into
Dell UltraSharp U2713HM
Asus PB278Q
(same price in Finland)

Thanks

If you are looking for something reliable and with a great warranty go with Dell.

They are both great monitors and if possible for you to go to store and see them on display that would be really really awesome.
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You might wanna try that if you want. Also see if there is a bios update or anything like that.
If you are looking for something reliable and with a great warranty go with Dell.

They are both great monitors and if possible for you to go to store and see them on display that would be really really awesome.

There is a BIOS update for it but am not too keen on updating a BIOS the card could get FUBAR and then i have no video card at all

Have just reinstalled windows again will see if that helps in a few hours after the 200.000 updates are downloaded and installed
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