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a ripoff how? The monitors WITH the pcbs that you can buy now(if you can even find them period) are between $250-$350 more expensive than ones without, so I'd say it's priced pretty correctly. And if you have a perfect Catleap like I do, you won't have to worry about your new monitor having dead pixels/extreme light bleed/etc. Do I wish they were cheaper? Sure. Is it worth the price to be one of the few people in the world that get to experience 1440p glory at refresh rates over 100? To me, most definitely.

Yes, you are correct. The $530 Catleap is a ripoff. I'm glad we agree.
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Yes, you are correct. The $530 Catleap is a ripoff. I'm glad we agree.
we don't
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I don't see any change when I do it either. And if I click reset to default I still don't.

someone please update us on this.
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we don't

I think these last few posts have become off topic, though it brings about an interesting point...

y2kcamaross, do you use your catleap for gaming or your Acer? and if you were to use PixPerAn readability test on both monitors what is the highest rate you can pass the test at for both monitors at their highest refresh rates you can achieve?
because on a VG248qe without lightboost I can pass the 7 test while 8 is just a blur, at 144hz, but with lightboost, i can pass the rate of 30 @ 120hz with one notch higher than the lowest lightboost setting.

Makav3li what games do you play that you haven't had to upgrade your system from g6600 + gtx295 to achieve the 120+LB/144-LB constant frames you desired with your vg248qe?
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Excellent question, I do wonder how the OC IPS will survive on PixPerAn? Be sure to give it a try when you get it set up.
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So regarding my post from a few pages back, has anyone done the lightboost hack on this specific monitor and had perfect results yet?
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Yes, I think you need to first enable lightboost on desktop, then before starting your game unchecked the tick box (enable stereoscopic 3d) and click apply. Lightboost should still be running. Now start your game.

Check if that helps
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Makav3li what games do you play that you haven't had to upgrade your system from g6600 + gtx295 to achieve the 120+LB/144-LB constant frames you desired with your vg248qe?

CS, I am aware that I need to upgrade my system now to really use this monitor. I had been using a VX922 until I just got this thing.
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My pcb will arrive and be put together Friday, then I'll try that test, I'm sure vega could chime in though
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I came from same monitor and have the VG278HE version which supports lightboost trick. It's much better than samsung with lightboost and has lower input lag. I can feel and see the difference. If you want clarity and smoothness while taking a hit to colors(which is not bad after calibration) I would say go for it. Really up to you...

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I came from that monitor. Simply... Yes. Very much so.

Thanks for the input. I think I will be picking one up in a few weeks, unfortunately I don't own a nvidia card so I won't be able to use the lightboost trick.
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