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Still have my u2713hm. Buuuuuut, I got it a new playmate. Any chance you can update my gpu? biggrin.gif

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Congrats on your GTX 780 SC specool.gif

It's one heck of a single GPU for the money and performance. You have U2713HM over clocked? I can push 90 Hz refresh rates on these.
     
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Congrats on your GTX 780 SC specool.gif

It's one heck of a single GPU for the money and performance. You have U2713HM over clocked? I can push 90 Hz refresh rates on these.

Thank you thank you. Since I wanted a Titan so bad when it was announced I had to get one of these. Thinking about a second. But, so far it's running games with flying colors. wheee.gif

I got my monitor to 75 Hz and stopped. I was scared to go any higher. Wasn't sure if it could damage my monitor or not. Also, I can't see any difference between 60 Hz and 75 Hz.
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Congrats on your GTX 780 SC specool.gif

It's one heck of a single GPU for the money and performance. You have U2713HM over clocked? I can push 90 Hz refresh rates on these.

Um, how are you getting to 90 hz? I get frame skipping (cursor movement isn't smooth) at pretty much ANYTHING avoce 60 Hz. Given that both of our panels have the same circuitry (which is likely what limits running the panel out of spec), I don't see how you are getting real 90 Hz...
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If I'm frame skipping I'm not noticing then on desktop or gaming. 90 Hz is highest functioning before black screen. I'm really backed off a tad at 80 Hz all the time.

I don't see the cursor skip and looks fluent. Perhaps I'm frame skipping too but gaming I've not noticed it.

It's not GPU pushing FPS gaming dependant is it?

Edit: this weekend if I have the time if there is a way to record to display it I will.

Gaming I really can't see or feel any difference between 60 Hz or 80 Hz. It's so different than with TN at 120 Hz which I can tell without any motion blur.
     
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Whenever I raise my refresh rate with CRU.exe, I notice cursor skipping on the desktop. However, this could be a side effect of my GPU being a 7950 while you have an Nvidia card; they might not do it the same way (or something).
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Well I'm going to set aside time to record this weekend and see if we can figure it out. That is the only real difference as I'm using the Nvidia Control Panel to set a custom refresh rate.



Edit - Just checked out the difference between 60 - 75 - 80 and 90 Hz. It was hard to spot but I do seem to frame skip ever so lightly after anything beyond 60 Hz as well. Honestly, didn't even notice it. After some faster movements back and forth I can make it out. There is no difference though from 75 -90 Hz in the amount of frame skipping.

Gaming I do not see it in movement and not sure what to say there if it's happening. Since it looks like it's happening on desk top cursor I'm going to assume it's also in gaming.

So I'm going to higher refresh rates to 90 Hz when gaming and 60 Hz for desktop and every thing else.

As demanding as a 1080p TN 120 Hz monitor was to keep 120 FPS to actually be effective in gaming - not just fractions of a millisecond on desktop improvement - the demands for 1440p are even harder to maintain.

People with weak GPU's not pushing at least 100 FPS above must also not be seeing the benefits in fluidity just as any other TN panel that can't maintain enough FPS per Hz refresh rate. My GTX 690 is doing well.
     
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UPS just dropped it off- wont be able to setup until tonight. Rev AO1 Manuf Date March 2013
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UPS just dropped it off- wont be able to setup until tonight. Rev AO1 Manuf Date March 2013

Congrats. smile.gif

May I ask which retailer you got the monitor from? Potential buyers may want to know where the new A01 revisions are now being sold.
     
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Newegg.com- ordered this past Saturday- shipped from the NJ Warehouse.

So REV A01 is the one to have or?
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Newegg.com- ordered this past Saturday- shipped from the NJ Warehouse.

So REV A01 is the one to have or?

Well it is the newest revision, but it isn't entirely clear what issues were fixed with it.
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