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Anyone use their Dell 2410/2407 at 75Hz? I noticed that at 1920x1200 resolutions you have an option to go up to 75 but I've never bothered to change it from the default 60Hz.

edit: I guess it only lets you do 1280 x 1024 at 75Hz
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I assume it would be the same as 60Hz but it may "feel" better in some FPS or other type's of games.
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Nevermind, it looks like you won't notice difference between 60 and 75 to begin with.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by calavera View Post
edit: I guess it only lets you do 1280 x 1024 at 75Hz
Most modern day panels have a maximum vertical limit of 75hz at preset resolutions such as:

1440x900 or lower 16:10
1024x1024 5:4
1024x768 or lower 4:3

16:9 is considered HDTV and doesn't really have any presets on lower resolutions such as 1280x720, at least with my monitor.
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