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Awesome. Form filled out! Count me in captain. thumb.gif


I'm surprised you don't have thumbtacks in your map to track your bounties!!!  biggrin.gif

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My catleap is over the Pacific and about an hour and a half from Anchorage, Alaska. Too bad I'm on the eastern coast of the US!
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Wow good job Scribby, thread is looking great!!!


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My catleap is over the Pacific and about an hour and a half from Anchorage, Alaska. Too bad I'm on the eastern coast of the US!


Well, it's on it's way.  Living on the "Left" coast has its advantages (like when you're trying to get a monitor from Korea!)

 

 

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You should put places where people can buy the Dual DVI-D cables.

Monoprice:
6ft 28AWG CL2 Dual Link DVI-D Cable - Black
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209&cs_id=1020902&p_id=2408&seq=1&format=2

6ft 24AWG CL2 Dual Link DVI-D Cable - Black
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209&cs_id=1020901&p_id=2686&seq=1&format=2


I have the 24 awg when my cat leap gets here ill see if it works perfect with it.
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You should put places where people can buy the Dual DVI-D cables.
Monoprice:
6ft 28AWG CL2 Dual Link DVI-D Cable - Black
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209&cs_id=1020902&p_id=2408&seq=1&format=2
6ft 24AWG CL2 Dual Link DVI-D Cable - Black
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209&cs_id=1020901&p_id=2686&seq=1&format=2
I have the 24 awg when my cat leap gets here ill see if it works perfect with it.

 

The monitor comes with one, but those work!  I made the mistake of simply using an old cable when I moved my old LCD out of the way rather than bothering to plug in the cable that came in the box!
 

 

 

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Here are the Nvidia Control Panel timings for 100hz Catleap. Automatic timings allow a maximum of 97hz, for 100 the following manual timings are required.


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You may experience some micro scanlines faintly visible running on 100hz as described by ToastyX
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I know the lines you're talking about. The lines are actually still there at 60 Hz, just not as strong. I made a test image a while back:
lines-test.png
Both halves are supposed to have faint horizontal lines, but on a monitor that has the lines, the lines on the monitor cancels out the lines in one half of the image and makes them stronger in the other half.
I wouldn't worry about them. I've seen those lines on most H-IPS panels, but hardly anyone seems to notice them.
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^ Thanks necriss!  I will include your post once I finalize the step-by-step for nVidia users (since your screen shots go straight to the end and some people don't know how to get that far!)

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Dont forget the step by step for AMD users! It will be helpful for us noobs who have no experience in overclocking refresh rates thumb.gif

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Dont forget the step by step for AMD users! It will be helpful for us noobs who have no experience in overclocking refresh rates thumb.gif
Edit: Saw you added Toasty's program thumb.gif


Apparently this isn't easy to do with AMD cards.  I'm green so I will not be able to do more than what other's post up for you red folks!  I googled it, and man, that's not easy.  +1 for nVidia in my book!  No flames please AMD are great cards too, just suck when you want to create a custom resolution.  

 

 

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