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I did the same. Runs perfectly at 75hz. Anything higher and I get the same error message. (i have the glossy version btw).

Have you tested whether your Auria actually displays 75fps? Many korean monitors accept the higher signal, but frame-skip (downsample) the signal down to 60hz and only display 60fps.
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Deep black level is one of the selling points of an IPS panel, I feel ripped off. Its going back next week.

Quote from someone labeled as a "display editor" on this forum:

"No TN or IPS panel will be able to come anywhere near a modern VA panel in terms of black levels.

If you really care about black level, you go with an VA panel. Like the samsung s22a650d / s24a650d. These models are roughly equal to a slower IPS panel in terms of ghosting, since VA panels have always been the slowest of the three, and these models are among the fastest VA panels.

They have relatively good viewing angles too."
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Have you tested whether your Auria actually displays 75fps? Many korean monitors accept the higher signal, but frame-skip (downsample) the signal down to 60hz and only display 60fps.

The only testing I did was enabling v-sync in a few games where I can get sufficient fps and then running fraps. When my monitor was set at 60hz i would get 60fps, when I bumped it up to 75hz I would get 75fps. This is the only method of testing I know of that doesnt require special equipment or programs. If there is another way to test please let me know and I will give it a shot. thx.
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The only testing I did was enabling v-sync in a few games where I can get sufficient fps and then running fraps. When my monitor was set at 60hz i would get 60fps, when I bumped it up to 75hz I would get 75fps. This is the only method of testing I know of that doesnt require special equipment or programs. If there is another way to test please let me know and I will give it a shot. thx.

I'm guessing this is an nvidia only thing? When I attempt to do this via the catalyst control center it drops my resolution to 800x600. Maybe I'm not going about this correctly, advice appreciated.
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The only testing I did was enabling v-sync in a few games where I can get sufficient fps and then running fraps. When my monitor was set at 60hz i would get 60fps, when I bumped it up to 75hz I would get 75fps. This is the only method of testing I know of that doesnt require special equipment or programs. If there is another way to test please let me know and I will give it a shot. thx.

This is how I tested it with the exception of using PrecisionX to monitor my FPS.
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I'm guessing this is an nvidia only thing? When I attempt to do this via the catalyst control center it drops my resolution to 800x600. Maybe I'm not going about this correctly, advice appreciated.

I think I read somewhere that CCC could do it as well, however it isn't as simple as doing it via the Nvidia Control Panel.
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The only testing I did was enabling v-sync in a few games where I can get sufficient fps and then running fraps. When my monitor was set at 60hz i would get 60fps, when I bumped it up to 75hz I would get 75fps. This is the only method of testing I know of that doesnt require special equipment or programs. If there is another way to test please let me know and I will give it a shot. thx.

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1423433&highlight=refresh+rate+multitool

What you did just ensures that you're sending the monitor a 75 hz signal. Try the above refresh rate multitool - if you can see ALL the bars that you're supposed to, then you are getting 75 hz operation of the screen itself.
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http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1423433&highlight=refresh+rate+multitool

What you did just ensures that you're sending the monitor a 75 hz signal. Try the above refresh rate multitool - if you can see ALL the bars that you're supposed to, then you are getting 75 hz operation of the screen itself.

Ok. Im at work and the link to the tool doesn't seem to work but I will give it a shot when I get home tonight. Thanks.
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post #738 of 1116
Had to order an Auria after finding out they swapped to the matte panels.

Received and no dead pixels and slight light bleed (nothing worth RMA'ing for).

For the price, not complaining.

Input lag is noticeable but needed a monitor with some extra inputs.
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Got mine in today and I love it! Looks great, no dead pixels. Only issue I'm having is when the PC boots up, I can see POST. I can see everything when it is booting, but when it goes to load the desktop, it appears to lose connection to the computer and flashes on and off. A quick unplugging and replugging of the DVI cable fixes it, but I'm wondering what would cause that to happen?
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I ran the test but Im not sure what I should be seeing here. Anybody else try this test and can explain? It appears to be working correctly.
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