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Yes, every 27" 2560x1440 IPS panel is made by LG. Samsung makes the PLS panels like in your Asus. Backlight bleed can happen on any panel, I've heard complaints of it on the Asus. My catleap has none. It also has next to no input lag unlike just about every high end 27" IPS/PLS including your Asus.

I've had my catleap for about a year now and so far so good. I can't complain.

Sounds great.

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post #42 of 44
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Originally Posted by RB Snake View Post

I've had my Yamakasi Catleap for well over 1 year now and it's still goin strong. Awesome value monitors, I just grabbed my second a Qnix QX2710 PLS which overclocks to 120Hz as well. Neither of the monitors have a single dead pixel or any bleed (I must have gotten really lucky). Both monitors only cost me just over 600 AUD. That's cheaper than any of the brand name Dell or Asus monitors here in Australia.

How do they compare, the Yamakasi and the Qnix (please as much detail as possible, the more you give the more it helps thanks)? Also is the overclock noticeable?
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I love my crossover. The only bad thing about it is if I'm out of my GPU for a couple of days, I have to move it and then plug in my 1080p monitor. I can use the CPU graphics with it but you get really screwy colours.
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How do they compare, the Yamakasi and the Qnix (please as much detail as possible, the more you give the more it helps thanks)? Also is the overclock noticeable?

Well so far they're both amazing, the Yamakasi doesn't have a matte coating like the Qnix so the colours look a lot more bright and vibrant. But the matte coating is so much better if you're in a well lit room, I definitely prefer it now.
The overclock is very noticeable on the Qnix, I used to own a 120Hz monitor (sammy S27A950D) and this feels just a smooth, so it's definitely real 120Hz. It takes a lot of power to drive 120fps and 1440p though, I use a single 680. Just turn the settings down to low/medium on most games to get 120fps, I don't really care about ultra settings and details, low settings at 1440p look better than ultra settings at 1080p imo.
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