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post #11 of 15
Try these steps if you haven't already. EVGA is a great driver for your EVGA card. However that is just a driver from the manufacturer that specializes in the chipset design using the nVidia hardware onboard. As you have an nVidia card, follow the steps below via the nVidia control panel instead:

Step 1


Step 2


Step 3


Step 4


After the test, click "APPLY" and you now have a custom resolution saved in the nVidia driver library which, PS is where games look for such things as custom resolutions, AA over ride settings, etc


wink.gif Good Luck, I hope this works for you. It works for me thumb.gif
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by darkeraine View Post

Try these steps if you haven't already. EVGA is a great driver for your EVGA card. However that is just a driver from the manufacturer that specializes in the chipset design using the nVidia hardware onboard....

Hey man thanks for the response. So, I disabled my EVGA Overclock (I don't have an EVGA card, I have an Asus 780ti), went to go create my 1440x1080 @ 75hz in nVidia control panel and it didn't work the first time (told me my monitor does not support that refresh rate or something) but I tried it again and it worked. I then tested it through the site you mentioned before and confirmed I was getting 75hz. So, I successfully created the resolution I wanted for CS:GO, and then went into CS:GO Video Options, but it wasn't there frown.gif I really don't know what to do.

Here is a screenshot of my CS video settings. As you can see, 1440 is missing.
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Spinny99 View Post

Hey man thanks for the response. So, I disabled my EVGA Overclock (I don't have an EVGA card, I have an Asus 780ti), went to go create my 1440x1080 @ 75hz in nVidia control panel and it didn't work the first time (told me my monitor does not support that refresh rate or something) but I tried it again and it worked. I then tested it through the site you mentioned before and confirmed I was getting 75hz. So, I successfully created the resolution I wanted for CS:GO, and then went into CS:GO Video Options, but it wasn't there frown.gif I really don't know what to do.

Here is a screenshot of my CS video settings. As you can see, 1440 is missing.
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Originally Posted by Spinny99 View Post

Hey man thanks for the response. So, I disabled my EVGA Overclock (I don't have an EVGA card, I have an Asus 780ti), went to go create my 1440x1080 @ 75hz in nVidia control panel and it didn't work the first time (told me my monitor does not support that refresh rate or something) but I tried it again and it worked. I then tested it through the site you mentioned before and confirmed I was getting 75hz. So, I successfully created the resolution I wanted for CS:GO, and then went into CS:GO Video Options, but it wasn't there frown.gif I really don't know what to do.

Here is a screenshot of my CS video settings. As you can see, 1440 is missing.

Follow the picture attached to get to "Launch Options" and add these commands to the "Launch Options" command line:

-full -w 1440 -h 1080

post #14 of 15
Didn't work either frown.gif Figured out a temporary solution though - I created a custom res of 1440x1080 @ 60hz, started CS:GO and entered the res, tabbed out, changed the res to 75hz and tabbed back into CS:GO and it worked. This has to be done after restarting CS but it will work until I can afford a 144hz IPS monitor.
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