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post #2821 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Lgros max View Post

RivaTuner show 98 to 101 fps in game with vsync , still look choppy compare to 60hz 60fps. Weird even 61hz look choppy but, less than 100hz.

I'd uninstall anything like RivaTuner man. That sounds like quite a mess. Remove any monitor altering apps and profiles you have, and go through the video I linked above if you have an Nvidia card. If you have an AMD card, do the exact same thing but use ToastyX's CRU.Exe (included in the package) instead of the Nvidia Control Panel to create your custom resolutions. Otherwise we have no idea if you have anything that's causing conflicts on your system. Because what you're describing is an odd scenario that shouldn't normally happen unless something is wrong.
post #2822 of 11286
Multi input monitor will not work >60hz
It will just drop frames which is why it looks jerky

You need a 2B, 2A, etc model with dual-DVI input only for >60hz
post #2823 of 11286
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Originally Posted by alamone View Post

Multi input monitor will not work >60hz
It will just drop frames which is why it looks jerky
You need a 2B, 2A, etc model with dual-DVI input only for >60hz

Ah, does the Multi version not also have a dual link dvi port? I had heard reports of some multi-users oc'ing before but had never looked into it to know for myself.
post #2824 of 11286
It has it, but because it is multi model it uses a more complicated PCB that feeds all the inputs to a scaler,
that prevents the use of higher refresh rates on the simpler single-input PCB that feeds the signal more directly
to the panel without much processing
post #2825 of 11286
I overclock my monitor using the same methodology showed in the first post. Rivatuner with afterburner is just to see my gpu usage in game. My cards are asus 480 in tri sli. I know that 2c model are not suppose to be overclockable but when I opened it was the same oc pcb showed in the first post just with more stuff because it's a multi.
post #2826 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Do you turn your monitor off, or just let it go into sleep mode btw? And what's your house/computer room temperature like? Overnight mine is down to 16 degrees celsius. So about 61 degrees Fahrenheit. Maybe actual "coldness" is what causes it? Because the 133hz I hit was at a time where the room was around 26 degrees celsius, or 79 degrees fahrenheit.

Turn it off and led stays red.
post #2827 of 11286
Why does the nvidia control panel say that my custom resolution (100hz) is accepted by my monitor?
post #2828 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Lgros max View Post

Why does the nvidia control panel say that my custom resolution (100hz) is accepted by my monitor?

I think it is as alamone said. The pcb in the monitor will accept the input of 100hz, and tells the video driver that, but when it is sending the signal over to the panel from the pcb itself, it goes through the scaler and is unable to cope with displaying that refresh rate.
post #2829 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

I think it is as alamone said. The pcb in the monitor will accept the input of 100hz, and tells the video driver that, but when it is sending the signal over to the panel from the pcb itself, it goes through the scaler and is unable to cope with displaying that refresh rate.

Ok, thanks for answering my question that seem to be logical. I thought I was able to run 100hz but still at 60hz this monitor is kick ass for the money I paid. biggrin.gif
post #2830 of 11286
Took me forever but I finally have a guide up on how you can record games and do general screen capture in high quality at our monitor's 1440p resolution. Check it out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvfPXn5VQ0w

3-part video. File links included in video description. Took me a lot longer than I thought it would to do it all and publish them/etc...So you better enjoy it! wink.gif

p.s. And yes. The guide was most definitely recorded and uploaded in 1440p as well. Haha. I'm a High-Res freak!
Edited by HyperMatrix - 4/16/12 at 6:06am
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