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Yamakasi Catleap Overclock Edition Review

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Pros: 27 inch IPS Display, Overclockable to 120hz

Cons: 120hz not available on 5xx cards, wobbly stand, no speakers or OSD

So here's my review of the Yamakasi Catleap 2B or the Overclock Edition. At a total cost of $555, it's easily the cheapest 1440p 27" IPS screen out there. But this does come with a potential downfall; the screens are only rated A- (meaning they have a certain allowance for stuck/dead pixels), and the monitor itself is a very basic construction. The glossy black finish of the Catleap 2B is much like Samsung, with a approximately 2 inch thick bezel on the bottom, and 1" for the top and sides. The monitor has only a single DVI-DL input. Although the screen deceptively has volume controls, there are no speakers to be found. The brightness controls on the monitor do work, but that's it in...
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Great Case, some issues though

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Pros: Lots of space, easy WC, very light despite size

Cons: TOO MANY SCREWS, could be made to look a little nicer

I've been using the LD Case for about 6 months now, and I've been extremely happy with it. You could easily fit 3 480 MM rads inside this massive case, (2 on the bottom which might need a little ingenuity as they come with mounts for 360 rads) and one up top, providing you with enough rad to cool anything. Should you need (seriously?) more, you can install up to 3 additional 120mm rads (2 up front by removing the hdd tray and one beneath the MB). The motherboard tray has all the needed routing holes and screws to fit most motherboard sizes and leaves little to be desired when it comes to cable cleanliness. On the back side of the motherboard tray is a mounting point for an SSD to keep...
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