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I used a different guide actually, so I'm not exactly sure how to rerun the pixel patcher.

This was the guide I used at the time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJV9IXT5DkQ

Thanks for the assistance btw smile.gif
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post #10282 of 11297
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Originally Posted by NITRO1250 View Post

Hey guys.

I ran the AMD overclock guide from HyperMatrix which worked great and I was able to obtain 82hz which isn't bad. However, what I didn't realize is that by doing the overclock, it breaks HDCP on my monitor which of course doesn't allow Bluray disc playback anymore from my machine when it worked just fine before.

I ran a monitor uninstall and re-detected it in Windows 7 x64 which reset it to a Generic PnP monitor, however this did not fix the problem and I'm not sure exactly what to do to fix it.

Any thoughts? Thanks in advance guys!

If your monitor has a native resolution of 1440p or less by using CRU's reduced timings you should be able to obtain 84hz (81hz automatic or manual) without applying the patcher as long as the pixel clock is 330hz or less. That way you still keep HDCP and it does not break hardware acceleration
Edited by jaylumx - 7/18/14 at 6:28am
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If your monitor has a native resolution of 1440p or less by using CRU's reduced timings you should be able to obtain 84hz (81hz automatic or manual) without applying the patcher as long as the pixel clock is 330hz or less. That way you still keep HDCP and it does not break hardware acceleration

Well.. I've already ran exactly what is in the guide. I just need to know how to reverse it. Are you able to assist?
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post #10284 of 11297
Run the patcher again
post #10285 of 11297
Hi, I received a brand new 2B Catleap from Green-Sum and I have a strange problem with it, a lot of lines appear on the screen, it's especially visible on black. Is this a known issue, or do i have just bad luck ?




Edited by Light Phaser - 7/18/14 at 2:59pm
post #10286 of 11297
Not normal of course but I'm thinking bad cable or bad port. Try swapping to a different dvi port first if you can. Even if it's dvi-I or dvi-d doesn't matter as long as it's dual. On the common cards these says they have one of each.
post #10287 of 11297
I try all those, swap DVI-DL cable, swap graphic card and the problem remain so it seem i'm out of luck... I am so frustrated because it worked flawlessly for few hours, the screen was almost perfect ! No dead pixels, minimal backlight bleed, and now this happen... mad.gif
post #10288 of 11297
Ok I don't know what is going on here, but the problem disappeared by itself after leaving the monitor turned on for a few hours.



I wish it could stay like this but i'd say it's unlikely, a problem like this should never happen in the first place.

Edit : And it already came back, at least I didn't had to hold my breath for too long tongue.gif
Edited by Light Phaser - 7/18/14 at 7:19pm
post #10289 of 11297
I'm looking to purchase a catleap but I'm wondering if the catleap has frame skipping when you are running multiple screens at a different refresh rate. I'm currently going crazy as my Qnix keeps skipping frames when I'm using my other monitors.
post #10290 of 11297
I am considering buying one of the overclockable monitors, and I am wondering whether the Qnix at $290 is better than the Catleap "2B Extreme OC" monitor at 310, both on ebay. When I searched for the catleap, it seems like it used to be super expensive or is this a worse model than the expensive one?
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