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Forgot to mention, I didn't realize my AMD 6950 has 1 dual link DVI port, and one single link. I have to buy a mini DP to dual link adapter to get both working at the same time.

Glad they are working good and what stand do you use?
post #12 of 47
have you tired overclocking it little by little?

i got my asus screen to 69hz but after that it fails.
its better then nothing.
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post #13 of 47
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have you tired overclocking it little by little?

i got my asus screen to 69hz but after that it fails.
its better then nothing.

I don't think the controller supports it inside of the monitor since I can't even get it to go over 65 hz.
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I don't think the controller supports it inside of the monitor since I can't even get it to go over 65 hz.

I couldn't get it to overclock either.

Stand is a dual mount stand from Easymount LCD. It's nice and sturdy, and tilts the monitors any way I want.
post #15 of 47
I recieved my screen two days ago and when it works it's fantastic. The first time I fired it up the screen was all green and all the other colours were screwed up so I just restarted the screen and my computer to see if it fixed the problem, it did and it ran just fine for the rest of the day. Same procedure yesterday and it worked throughout the day just fine. Today it took around 10 restarts to get it working and after the latest restart it wont work normaly at all. Here is a video of the problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNWyjJYXqAw

I wouldn't be that upset if I have to send it back but I'm not to fond of the thought of having to pay custom fees another time as they were 60 €. Hopefully it's something that can be fixed by BCC sending me a new PCB or something along those lines. Glad the rest of you got monitors that are fully working!
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I recieved my screen two days ago and when it works it's fantastic. The first time I fired it up the screen was all green and all the other colours were screwed up so I just restarted the screen and my computer to see if it fixed the problem, it did and it ran just fine for the rest of the day. Same procedure yesterday and it worked throughout the day just fine. Today it took around 10 restarts to get it working and after the latest restart it wont work normaly at all. Here is a video of the problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNWyjJYXqAw

I wouldn't be that upset if I have to send it back but I'm not to fond of the thought of having to pay custom fees another time as they were 60 €. Hopefully it's something that can be fixed by BCC sending me a new PCB or something along those lines. Glad the rest of you got monitors that are fully working!

Could be something as simple as a loose cable inside. Ask the seller.
post #17 of 47
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Could be something as simple as a loose cable inside. Ask the seller.

I was thinking so aswell, but I don't think that is the cause since the screen works perfectly sometimes and when it does work as it should, the problem doesn't occur until it's restarted. I'm now awaiting a reply from BCC to see what needs to be done.
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I was thinking so aswell, but I don't think that is the cause since the screen works perfectly sometimes and when it does work as it should, the problem doesn't occur until it's restarted. I'm now awaiting a reply from BCC to see what needs to be done.

Yeah whenever that's happened to me it's just a loose cable. Good luck getting it fixed.
post #19 of 47
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Yeah whenever that's happened to me it's just a loose cable. Good luck getting it fixed.

I assume you're speaking of the DVI-cable and not an internal cable inside of the monitor? I've tried changing the DVI-cable and I still end up with the same green screen frown.gif
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I assume you're speaking of the DVI-cable and not an internal cable inside of the monitor? I've tried changing the DVI-cable and I still end up with the same green screen frown.gif

Internal cabling inside the monitor.
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