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post #16531 of 25935
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Originally Posted by ategro View Post

Has anyone had any experiences with www.2560x1440monitor.com ?
They seem to be a good bit cheaper than the Ebay sellers are.

Mentioned a few posts up I bought from there, can recommend them!
post #16532 of 25935
These new?
http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=151261920007
post #16533 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

These new?
http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=151261920007

Looks not very interesting to me.
It has USB slots at the back (which you could get a cheap £10-20 USB 3.0 hub to connect straight to your PC) and it is adjustable (which again you can buy a £10-20 stand that does more than what it can do).

Not seen it before though, thanks for sharing
post #16534 of 25935
Sigh, common DHL/customs what the hell are you doing?
Paid customs on the 22nd.


Shipment held - Available upon receipt of payment LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 09:56
1 Pieces


19 Arrived at Delivery Facility in LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 06:50
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18 Departed Facility in LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 05:57
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17 Processed at LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 01:32
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16 Arrived at Sort Facility LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 00:14
1 Pieces

Sunday, March 23, 2014 Location Time Pieces
15 Clearance processing complete at LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 23:23

14 Transferred through LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 22:33
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13 Customs status updated LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 20:41
post #16535 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Sigh, common DHL/customs what the hell are you doing?
Paid customs on the 22nd.


Shipment held - Available upon receipt of payment LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 09:56
1 Pieces


19 Arrived at Delivery Facility in LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 06:50
1 Pieces

18 Departed Facility in LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 05:57
1 Pieces

17 Processed at LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 01:32
1 Pieces

16 Arrived at Sort Facility LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 00:14
1 Pieces

Sunday, March 23, 2014 Location Time Pieces
15 Clearance processing complete at LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 23:23

14 Transferred through LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 22:33
1 Pieces

13 Customs status updated LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 20:41

No doubt it'll spend more time in customs then it did traveling half way round the world.
post #16536 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

No doubt it'll spend more time in customs then it did traveling half way round the world.

pretty much. I have absolutely no idea why though - I've paid, got a receipt even and can't "pay more" even if I wanted to.
It says PAID

I'll never, ever forget my horrible experience of TNT (the logistics company) back when I was in France.
Took an item literally 1 day to come from Taiwan to France, then another day from the airport to Paris. But then what followed was horrible. Took 8 days, yes 8 - to go from Paris to my apartment IN GOD DAMN PARIS.
It came to the point that I said: "Look do you want me to travel to the depot and pick it up because this is god damn ridiculous!!!"
That's when they got their stupid selves together and delivered it the next day.

I honestly couldn't believe it. 1 day to arrive from the other side of the world. 9 days for it to move from within France to the same city I was living in.


I just don't understand it.
post #16537 of 25935
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Originally Posted by darxider View Post

EDIT: when i overclock to 96Hz, the GPU memory clock increases from 150 MHz to 1300 MHz whereas the core clock remains the same at 300 MHz. i guess some increase is necessary to keep up with the high(er) refresh rate, but a 1.15 GHz increase is a way too much, me thinks. is there a way to tame this behavior on AMD GPUs?

any ideas?
post #16538 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

GUYS! Excellent news for me:
"Good news. We've informed the seller that the item wasn't as described, and the seller has issued you with a full refund. This case is now closed.

Refund information:
A full refund of US $340.00 was issued on Mar 24, 2014. The refund includes the purchase price plus original P&P and was issued to the same payment method you used to pay for the item.

Please log in to PayPal and view the history page if you don't see it in your PayPal balance.

You can view the details of this case in the Resolution Centre. "

Received a full refund of $340 for the True10 monitor, by the seller "Red-Cap" took a week to sort out, and an eBay case with proof - but it paid off in the end.

Buy another and try it again, just so we can be sure. biggrin.gif
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post #16539 of 25935
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Buy another and try it again, just so we can be sure. biggrin.gif

lmao
post #16540 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

These new?
http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=151261920007

Plasma Deposition Coating, boooooooooooo. SWIBLE, roflmao. OMG a zebra screen cleaner, im in.
Edited by Watagump - 3/24/14 at 7:57am
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