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I'll get two 780's just to make sure lol.
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Yes, if you're running 144 hz, your video card won't downclock all the way; it needs GPU power to run 144hz properly.
There's really no reason why the rise from 120 Hz to 144 Hz would require so many additional GPU cycles during idle, so I'm pretty sure it's a bug. Both AMD and Nvidia have been pretty quiet about it, though.

I have spoken to the AMD support about it several times, but they initially claimed that they can't recreate the problem at all -- which didn't make ANY sense since it affects EVERY 144 Hz owner I've known. My guess is that they didn't have a 144 Hz monitor to test with, so they simply lied to me about the inability to recreate the problem...
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Does anyone here have problems with this monitor waking up after Hibernation (using Win7x64)? I'm doing everything I can to figure out whether it's a GPU, AMD driver, or monitor issue, but this problem is currently beating my butt! LOL
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my HD 6950 is around 33-35°C in idle (desktop, surfing) on 120Hz, and when i switch it to 144Hz it instantly goes to 42-45°C (in a matter of 5-15 sec)

i only use the 144Hz setting for gaming

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Does anyone here have problems with this monitor waking up after Hibernation (using Win7x64)? I'm doing everything I can to figure out whether it's a GPU, AMD driver, or monitor issue, but this problem is currently beating my butt! LOL

i do it all the time here, so far no problems with the waking up after stand by. Also win7 x64
Edited by TiezZ BE - 5/31/13 at 3:27pm
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i do it all the time here, so far no problems with the waking up after stand by. Also win7 x64
What type of sleep state do you use? Hibernation?

Maybe there's a bios setting I'm missing...
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There's really no reason why the rise from 120 Hz to 144 Hz would require so many additional GPU cycles during idle, so I'm pretty sure it's a bug. Both AMD and Nvidia have been pretty quiet about it, though.

I have spoken to the AMD support about it several times, but they initially claimed that they can't recreate the problem at all -- which didn't make ANY sense since it affects EVERY 144 Hz owner I've known. My guess is that they didn't have a 144 Hz monitor to test with, so they simply lied to me about the inability to recreate the problem...

Apparently Nvidia users have had problems with their cards not fully downclocking with 144 hz monitors also. But they don't have the scrambled screen in flash/video in 144 hz mode (again: this ONLY occurs if you overclock the RAM in overdrive, past the "stock" ram frequencies and ONLY at 144 hz).
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I got my VG248QE a couple of days ago played with it on 120Hz and 144Hz for a bit then lightboosted it, all I can say is WOW so much better playing BF3 on this then one of my U2311H's biggrin.gifthumb.gif
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Holy crap dude that's outstanding.
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What type of sleep state do you use? Hibernation?

Maybe there's a bios setting I'm missing...

i only have one option, it says 'slaapstand' in my native language.
Edited by TiezZ BE - 6/2/13 at 3:19pm
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Can the LightBoost function work with AMD cards? I have a 7970 and I'll be getting a second one soon to power this beast.
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