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    Guys, before we get TOO excited, we do need to verify that this is a 'real' overclocker and not a frame skipper...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackOctagon View Post
    Guys, before we get TOO excited, we do need to verify that this is a 'real' overclocker and not a frame skipper...

    Just saying
    Well yes it is a Multi input Monitor and it is LG (our PCB's are LG) but we don't know if they are using the same PCB's on these monitors,
    it is likely they are though .......


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    Maybe Hyper could contact the company and see if they would be willing to send one to him so we can test it, letting them know that there is a potential large group of buyers interested in it. If they are not willing to do such then I'd be willing to pitch in some money to a collective pot to buy one that we can test. Maybe keep track of everyone that pitches in and if it ends up working out then see if they will let Hyper sell them here, giving everyone that pitched in for the test monitor a discount when they buy one for themselves (discount would be proportional to the amount they put towards the test monitor).

    Basically, I put $100.00 towards a test monitor for Hyper and if he ends up being able to sell them on this site I will get something like 90% of what I put towards the test as a discount on my own monitor, $90. Figures could change, just giving the general idea. I'd be down to buy one myself and test it but I have not OC'd any monitors yet and I'm on deployment, floating around in the ocean.
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    Interesting, but I bet it skips frames

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    Quote Originally Posted by winterhell View Post
    If he is running 100Hz at 10bit colors, that would mean he is using roughly the same bandwidth needed for 125Hz 8bit colors.
    Interesting, so theoretically its possible to have it run at 120Hz, no?

    At the same time, one of the comments of the site states they can't go past 65Hz

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontknow View Post
    Interesting, so theoretically its possible to have it run at 120Hz, no?

    At the same time, one of the comments of the site states they can't go past 65Hz
    Thats because they are holding it wrong.

    Whoops, thought this was the Apple thread. But I see comments saying the method of overclocking (for the ~65Hz limited guys) is because they aren't following the steps to OC correctly....
    Personally, I want someone that knows what they are doing to try it. Or someone to test it correctly. That 'review' seemed more like a summary of all the parts of the monitor, especially the OC section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadman View Post
    Thats because they are holding it wrong.
    I see what you did there, lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sneaky View Post
    Well yes it is a Multi input Monitor and it is LG (our PCB's are LG) but we don't know if they are using the same PCB's on these monitors,
    it is likely they are though .......
    yes your right Sneaky and Black my multi catlick was a frame skipper as we all know.
    So I say let LG send one to hyper to check it out.
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  9. #19
    Personally i am realy looking forward to get this one even if you cant do 120HZ, if you can then its instant buy for me.

  10. #20
    Interesting, will be holding out for a test. Or if my catleap dies, ill buy one.


 

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