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ASUS VS248H-P Monitor help needed quick!

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I just recieved my monitor today from NewEgg and it was a open box sale and this is the monitor.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...tent-_-text-_-

Works GREAT and beautiful and everything is perfect. Only thing puzzles me is i'm running DVI and it shows 59hz? Why ain't i having the option to run up tp 76hz? Does that only work if i USE the HDMI instead? This is my VERY first 24 inch monitor and would love some advice what to do? Thanks!

I even went to ASUS website to see if i need drivers and i guess there are none unless i'm not finding the right information? I guess there are NO drivers. I'm just confused with the refresh rate though!

Ok i found this http://support.asus.com/Download.asp...8H-P&p=13&s=29 but i can't seem to get it to show me OS 64BIT. Can you see if it does on your browser too?
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A bit confusing. What is HD,SD for anyways? I am currently running 60HZ native anyways eventhough i saw details on NewEgg this monitor can support up to 75hz? How do i get 75hz? HDMI?
post #3 of 8
is not monitor issue, it's a forceware display issue.

all user that use forceware over 275.33 version have 59Hz in control panel but is not a problem.
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What does the HD.SD mean anyways? Should i keep it at Native for gaming or use the HD,SD? Is that for like videos and movies?
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*BUMP* Please help me here and educate me what does it mean. I googled it but i wanna hear it in layman's terms from another experienced 1080p user. Especially if HDMI is better for gaming compared to DVI? Framerate wise? Turns out my monitor can support 75hz but i'm not seeing a option here for it? Why?
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Originally Posted by 78@pwnt4lif3 View Post
*BUMP* Please help me here and educate me what does it mean. I googled it but i wanna hear it in layman's terms from another experienced 1080p user. Especially if HDMI is better for gaming compared to DVI? Framerate wise? Turns out my monitor can support 75hz but i'm not seeing a option here for it? Why?
There's no difference between the "HD, SD" 1080p and the "PC" 1080p. The "HD, SD" box is there for people hooking up televisions to their desktops. If you were to plug in a television into your PC, you'd see other options like 1080i or 720p.

HDMI is not better than DVI for gaming. They carry the same digital signal, though HDMI also supports digital audio.

You're not seeing an option for 75hz because your monitor doesn't support it at 1920x1080. Most 1080p monitors only support 75hz at lowered resolutions, like 1280x1024.
post #7 of 8
Looking at the specs, that monitor can just barely support 74hz @ 1080p.

You would have to manually EDID override if the company didn't provide drivers to scale up to that frequency.
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Wow i forgot this thread! Thanks for posting back. I learnt something new here based on 1080p monitors. Why would it allow 75hz on lower resolution. Would my graphics be not eye candy if i attempt to do that? lol. I think i'd rather stick with my 1080 lol. At least now know what it means!
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