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Yesterday after having my browser open (and actively using it) for an hour or two, I booted up Dishonored, in the top right corner and some to the left there was image retentention or burn-in from my browser! This was when i had the monitor at 100hz. Went to sleep and turned the monitor off. It´s gone today. Has anyone had this issue?

Yeah, some people have talked about it. It hasn't been permanent for anybody though, so it shouldn't be too dangerous.
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Yeah it's not burn-in in the traditional sense.

As for the guy asking if 96 is better than 100 for movies apparently multiples of 24 are best but give it a shot. If you notice nothing weird then fine.
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Yeah, some people have talked about it. It hasn't been permanent for anybody though, so it shouldn't be too dangerous.

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Yeah it's not burn-in in the traditional sense.

As for the guy asking if 96 is better than 100 for movies apparently multiples of 24 are best but give it a shot. If you notice nothing weird then fine.

ok, kind of scary though :rolleyes Hope it won´t be an issue, since I only had the browser open for two hours, and the "burn-in" was pretty visible in game, and now that I´ve tried gaming at more than 60hz I don´t want to go back;)
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ok, kind of scary though :rolleyes Hope it won´t be an issue, since I only had the browser open for two hours, and the "burn-in" was pretty visible in game, and now that I´ve tried gaming at more than 60hz I don´t want to go back;)

All i can say regarding this is screensaver maybe? I mean burn-in has been around for quite a while with monitors of any kind. If OCing makes it a bit more sensitive to it then try a shorter time out for a screen saver. I have seen a bit of burn-in when i was remotely working(Which disables the screen saver)
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Assuming a given monitor hits 120Hz, and that the game can do constant 120fps, does that mean one could use the Nvidia 3D Vision kit and do 3d gaming at 1440p?
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Assuming a given monitor hits 120Hz, and that the game can do constant 120fps, does that mean one could use the Nvidia 3D Vision kit and do 3d gaming at 1440p?

I second this question. I did see where someone posted elsewhere in the forum on how to trick the nvidia setting on in the control panel for none 3D enable 120hz monitor can anyone help me out?
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I second this question. I did see where someone posted elsewhere in the forum on how to trick the nvidia setting on in the control panel for none 3D enable 120hz monitor can anyone help me out?

There is a thread on 120hz.net where some people were trying to get 3d vision working on a 120hz catleap.

Even if you could get it working I couldn't imagine it working very well. I love these displays and all too but the response time is much slower than a TN panel. You would see some serious crosstalk.
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Assuming a given monitor hits 120Hz, and that the game can do constant 120fps, does that mean one could use the Nvidia 3D Vision kit and do 3d gaming at 1440p?

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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

I second this question. I did see where someone posted elsewhere in the forum on how to trick the nvidia setting on in the control panel for none 3D enable 120hz monitor can anyone help me out?
The short answer is no. NVidia 3Dvision does not work and no one has gotten it to work.
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Originally Posted by BababooeyHTJ View Post

There is a thread on 120hz.net where some people were trying to get 3d vision working on a 120hz catleap.

Even if you could get it working I couldn't imagine it working very well. I love these displays and all too but the response time is much slower than a TN panel. You would see some serious crosstalk.

Well after reading through this posted thread i have been completely and utterly convinced that 3D on the Qnix or catleap is NOT going to happen(at least perfectly or worth it)
post #1130 of 25935
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Originally Posted by DeadGivaway View Post

I have that issue with my Monoprice monitor. I never got close enough to it to confirm that it was the power brick and not the backlight/pcb/panel. Something I read online said that it was something to do with the backlight and said it's a common issue in lcd screens in general. I did notice it was loudest when the screen was mostly white like with Firefox on my homepage in fullscreen mode. Kinda annoying and the best I figured out for now was to just have music going even really quietly in the background when not gaming or watching movies. You might also try turning the brightness up all the way on the monitor itself and if the noise goes away you can just adjust the brightness back down in your nvidia/catalyst control panel. Supposedly the noise tends to be louder the more you dim the backlight, although this fix didn't work for me with the CrystalPro.
Yeah, noise level is always relative to the background.
The power brick from Qnix is relatively quiet when compared to other running computer parts.

If the noise changes in response to the displayed contents, dynamic contrast ratio control might be into play.

I got a TN monitor which has noisy CCFL PWM back light.
The noise can become inaudible at certain brightness settings, with dynamic contrast ratio off of course.
I cannot remember the exact numbers but they are inverse of some intergers, e.g. 100% 66-67% 50% 33% 25% 20%.

In many other electronics, noise is just there persistently no matter what.
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