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100Hz also, just higher input lag as far as I know.
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I'm at 120hz though. When you guys hooked your monitor up was it recognized correctly? Mine doesn't for some reason. It's actually detected as a 1024x768 monitor that can do 240hz.
I have to force the resolution in the nvidia control panel. This is on a fresh install too.

I think it may be because I am going through a dual link dvi kvm switch, but I never had issues on my old vg236he
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Use CRU tool to get it to the correct 120Hz setting

There is a post in this thread or in the Lightboost thread somewhere about.
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Looking to upgrade to this from 3 samsung 2d surround 60hz monitors and wanting to know if I don't do lightboost trick is colors and look still good quality? Price and high refresh rate seem real good for getting 3 for surround again.
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In those games that override the Nvidia control panel colour calibration, is it imposible to correct for colour when using the lightboost hack?
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Originally Posted by hamzatm View Post

Use CRU tool to get it to the correct 120Hz setting

There is a post in this thread or in the Lightboost thread somewhere about.

I used the nvidia control panel to do 120hz. Thing is, when I enable stereoscopic it just says unsupported display mode, and even with the glasses 3d does not function. I don't have a secondary display either.

I'll see what happens with the other dual link dvi cable. If nothing, then I'll just try displayport.
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I used the nvidia control panel to do 120hz. Thing is, when I enable stereoscopic it just says unsupported display mode, and even with the glasses 3d does not function. I don't have a secondary display either.

I'll see what happens with the other dual link dvi cable. If nothing, then I'll just try displayport.

Before trying displayport, install the monitor driver. See if that helps.
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I used the nvidia control panel to do 120hz. Thing is, when I enable stereoscopic it just says unsupported display mode, and even with the glasses 3d does not function. I don't have a secondary display either.

I'll see what happens with the other dual link dvi cable. If nothing, then I'll just try displayport.

There are very specific clock settings required for 120Hz to work properly (aka it isn't just any 120Hz that will work), you need to ensure you get everything exactly right. If you haven't used CRU with those specific timings posted earlier somewhere, I'd highly advise to try that first.
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Before trying displayport, install the monitor driver. See if that helps.
I installed the driver, and it's correctly recognized in the device manager now. In windows it just calls it display device on DVI.
Also showing the same old 240hz at 1024x768.


I'll try CRU.
EDIT: It's on page 10(the timings), but the problem is, CRU doesn't even see my monitor.
I've never had problems with it before.

This is a fresh install of Windows too.

My displayport idea won't work. My computer is in the closet and about 20ft away. They don't make 25ft displayport 1.2 cables =/


Right now I am using a belkin dual link dvi kvm, and then a gender changer connected to a 15ft dual link dvi cable. It's a pretty shoddy setup, but it does 120hz without artifacts. It can't do 144hz, but it does it fine with it set to CVT reduced blanking. Still, I didn't have any issues on my old vg236he.


EDIT: swapped to this cable all works now smile.gif
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005B7EVPC/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Edited by jigglywiggly - 4/6/13 at 11:33am
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reducing the lightboost by OSD the brightness will reduce ?
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