Na, that's fine mate. Ask away!BTRY B 529th FA BN wrote:Were you able to keep your panel and stand together? Will I have to leave my monitor disassembled for it to work? I didn't quite get some things people were replying about.
Are there any limitations like pixel speed er anything i can mention that I don't know what I'm talking about and ask questions about, lol
I didn't have a monitor that would work with the Board so i had to buy the whole kit (Board + Cables + PSU + Panel). Cost me about 500usd which i bought in bitcoins (I don't know how much it cost now) and i got it in 2 DAYS from China to Australia...
I still don't have a enclosure for it because i couldn't find any 27" monitors ANYWHERE. But i recently won the blurbusters monitor giveaway so i'm going to use that monitor and give it to my brother
You can put the whole setup in the monitor pretty easily as it's REALLY small so it's almost impossible not to make it fit. You can even wire up some buttons to the side or something or just stick it on the back or coming out a small hole of your monitor.
> Are there any limitations
No artificial limitations when it comes to overclocking. Completely unlocked. As far as the board/panel/cables can push it, that's how far it will go.
> pixel speed
There is no overdrive, so pixel response isn't the best.