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Originally Posted by Gabriel7 View Post

Hello,
I am happy to join such a great site and forum.
After tons of reading and hours of searching,I manage to found and buy one Q270SE2B1xxxx monitor from ebay.
I have an GTX580. I think that I have the correct board that will give 120hz.

Your monitor will, but the GTX 580 is only capable of about 97hz-101hz. You'll need a GTX 680 to hit 120hz+
post #2952 of 11286
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For those interested in my endeavors on AMD's support of 2560x1440 @ 120Hz, here is the latest response which made me actually laugh.
Response and Service Request History:
I am sorry for the delay in the response, this case has been sent for testing, and we are trying to obtain a DisplayPort monitor that supports 2560x1440 resolution at 120Hz.

Reply with: "Head to overclock.net, I hear they've got plenty smile.gif Of course, you'll have to separate them from under the clamped hands of their owners..."

TBH, I'd prefer using an AMD/ATI card for the monitor just for the dithering (Video quality you know, and combined with madVR = biggrin.gif:D:D); but without the ability to go past 100hz it won't be possible for video FPS to match screen refresh rate. [No, 24,48,72,96 are not good enough - 120Hz only smile.gif]
post #2953 of 11286
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Originally Posted by xdemi View Post

Reply with: "Head to overclock.net, I hear they've got plenty smile.gif Of course, you'll have to separate them from under the clamped hands of their owners..."
TBH, I'd prefer using an AMD/ATI card for the monitor just for the dithering (Video quality you know, and combined with madVR = biggrin.gif:D:D); but without the ability to go past 100hz it won't be possible for video FPS to match screen refresh rate. [No, 24,48,72,96 are not good enough - 120Hz only smile.gif]

What dithering issues are you referring to? And you should look at installing the smooth video project. It'll interpolate on the fly in various players and match the video playback rate to your refresh rate in your favourite video players.
post #2954 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Your monitor will, but the GTX 580 is only capable of about 97hz-101hz. You'll need a GTX 680 to hit 120hz+

I haven't noticed that.
I thought that Radeons are maxxed out at 85Hz and High end Nvidia would achieve 120Hz.
Is there any other model apart from GTX680 that can achieve 120Hz?
Thanks in advance.
post #2955 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Gabriel7 View Post

I haven't noticed that.
I thought that Radeons are maxxed out at 85Hz and High end Nvidia would achieve 120Hz.
Is there any other model apart from GTX680 that can achieve 120Hz?
Thanks in advance.

no, not stably
please search and read through previous posts and keeping this thread moving forwards.
I find it somewhat annoying that some narcissistic people decide their time is more precious than everyone who reads their posts derived from laziness.
Not everyone wants to reread the same questions and answers, lets move forward as a whole please.
Edited by punanigod - 4/18/12 at 3:49am
post #2956 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Gabriel7 View Post

I haven't noticed that.
I thought that Radeons are maxxed out at 85Hz and High end Nvidia would achieve 120Hz.
Is there any other model apart from GTX680 that can achieve 120Hz?
Thanks in advance.

Other than potentially their quadro lineup, no other ones can do 120hz. Here's the:

AMD OC guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJV9IXT5DkQ
105hz (maximum) Confirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1HMN019nDk

Nvidia OC Guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLPIPuSSkGo
124hz Confirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6ddlTe8zEU

I've hit up to 135hz but it's not stable after the 125hz mark. This is all on a GTX 680 though. Nothing else. All non-gtx 680 amd/nvidia cards "should" be able to hit at least 97hz, with a cap of around 102hz for Nvidia and 105hz for AMD with tweaking, and variables in the cards themselves.
Edited by HyperMatrix - 4/18/12 at 3:55am
post #2957 of 11286
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Originally Posted by ThaSpacePope View Post

Good review. What seller did you buy from?
Thanks. Sorry for the delay in the response but better late than never: my seller is dream-seller.
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Originally Posted by Sfuor View Post

urliam why do you think 20WGX2 faster? May be not enough GPU - CPU power for the same FPS, resolution higher.
The same scene in the game, the same rigs (i72600k z68 8GbRAM 570gtx) - FRAPS shows 60 fps in the both case. I can tell the difference in the response time between NEC and Catleap. The last one is not bad, but the old one, in my subjective opinion, faster. Maybe it's because of the Nec has an overdrive=on panel by default unlike Catleap.
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Originally Posted by Mr Pixel View Post

Even if it doesn't use PWM it still flickers. See here.
The spots on the non-tempered model appear to be from dust between the LCD and diffuser sheets. It is possible to remove them by disassembling the display (I did it), but unless you're working in a clean room it's very hard to keep new dust out.
Thanks for the information but I hardly ever dare to disassemble the display because I am afraid of getting worse.I mean the best is the enemy of the good. The spots are really small and it's simple to ignore them. I think if I had hot pixels it would upset me more.
Edited by urliam - 4/18/12 at 5:35am
post #2958 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Gabriel7 View Post

Is there any other model apart from GTX680 that can achieve 120Hz?
It's the only confirmed one. There could potentially be others (other nVidia 6-series cards down the road, for example) but we don't know of any currently.
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post #2959 of 11286
Catleap Model/Serial - Catleap "Perfect Pixel" 2B, no speakers, no glass.
Graphics Card - AMD 7850 2GB
Method of Forcing Refresh Rate - CRU
Refresh Rate Achieved - 82hz
Purchased From - bigclothcraft

None of the custom timings I export with CRU above 82hz display in the change resolution advanced dialogue. So I guess 82hz is the max!
post #2960 of 11286
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Originally Posted by davejsb View Post

Catleap Model/Serial - Catleap "Perfect Pixel" 2B, no speakers, no glass.
Graphics Card - AMD 7850 2GB
Method of Forcing Refresh Rate - CRU
Refresh Rate Achieved - 82hz
Purchased From - bigclothcraft

None of the custom timings I export with CRU above 82hz display in the change resolution advanced dialogue. So I guess 82hz is the max!

I wish I had a 7000 series card to test with. I did mine with a 6970 and that card was supported by power strip which let me do on the fly adjustments.

Out of curiosity, did you Install the monitor driver from my video and reboot the computer? Did you uncheck the "hide modes your monitor can't display" box? And after exporting the resolutions, and unplugging or rebooting your computer, if it still doesn't show up there, does it show up as an available refresh rate in power strips display configuration page (the slide bar on the right)?

Cru, in my opinion, is very finicky. You'll have to keep playing around with it. But you should be able to get at least 97hz. I will look at alternate methods later if you had no luck.
Edited by HyperMatrix - 4/18/12 at 8:34am
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