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Ha! The luck of getting 2 monitors in a row w/ a color off balance of the same type ! lachen.gif

Oh well 5th times the charm amirite? biggrin.gif

So it seems some have warm filters and others have cool filters (effects)

How are you exchanging these? lol

and how much is shipping to Korea ?!
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

EDIT: I would also like to note if you do not get to 60hz and only get something like 55~58hz then it will not be a standard refresh per your EDID(so it will not show up in games). Normally many downsampling people will tell you to manually hack the EDID to include the odd refresh but you can also add a native offset refresh to CRU. For example if your 4K downsample is 57hz and it does not show up in games then add a custome resolution in CRU for 1440p@57hz. This is an in-direct way of "hacking" the EDID(which i find MUCH easier as it is like 6 steps instead of two more applications and 36 steps). After there is a native resolution with that refresh windows will now see it as a standard refresh thus displaying it in games and the windows resolution selector and displaying it for all intermediary resolutions(including your 4K downsample).

Sorry to bug you again. I used your 4K timings to create a 4K resolution on my system. So it's 55hz.

I then went into CRU (first time using this) and created a 2560x1440 resolution @ 55hz as well. Though in the drop-down list, I see "HYO049B - Dual-DVI" twice. The first entry has "(restart required)" next to it. Should I add this resolution to both of those?

After adding that in CRU, I still can't select the 4K resolution or the 2560x1440 @ 55hz in Windows frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Jetlitheone View Post

How are you exchanging these? lol

and how much is shipping to Korea ?!

Free, I just go to DHL and request a pick up date, then fill out the invoice and set it to charge to the seller. They already picked up the last one.

Not sure what happenned but my monitors now act like they're @ 96+ hz when @ 60. Meaning the brightness/gamma is lower than it was so I have to adjust it. Only annoying thing is that Nvidia sometimes confuses the 3 monitors as the same one and certain settings I apply to one apply to all.
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Sorry to bug you again. I used your 4K timings to create a 4K resolution on my system. So it's 55hz.

I then went into CRU (first time using this) and created a 2560x1440 resolution @ 55hz as well. Though in the drop-down list, I see "HYO049B - Dual-DVI" twice. The first entry has "(restart required)" next to it. Should I add this resolution to both of those?

After adding that in CRU, I still can't select the 4K resolution or the 2560x1440 @ 55hz in Windows frown.gif

Generally in CRU you will see all the driver sets that exist for monitors that are or "were" attached to your computer at any time. Like a safe mode device manager this will be overbloated with old entries. However in CRU you will see a "*" next to each display that is "active". You want your custom resolution entries to be under active displays so they are actually seen and used. It will not hurt to have your settings under both an active and non active display but it is unneeded.

Depending on if you added this custom resolution to an active display is whether you will see it in windows or not.
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Spartan ive been running 96hz @ 1100 core for awhile now on stock volts on my card and no issues. So I think ill bump it up to 110hz soon and see if I can get that to work, if not ill just go down to 96 for the future.
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Does this mean I overclocked right? I didn't see any gamma change like I have heard of happening when you overclock the panel
post #11427 of 25911
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Does this mean I overclocked right? I didn't see any gamma change like I have heard of happening when you overclock the panel

Yes that means your running properly. You can see the gamma shift by switching back and forth from 60hz to 120hz, if you see no gamma shift or darkening when doing that you must have a really good panel. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

Generally in CRU you will see all the driver sets that exist for monitors that are or "were" attached to your computer at any time. Like a safe mode device manager this will be overbloated with old entries. However in CRU you will see a "*" next to each display that is "active". You want your custom resolution entries to be under active displays so they are actually seen and used. It will not hurt to have your settings under both an active and non active display but it is unneeded.
THANKS! Finally got it working. 4K showing up in games now =) I'll go add one to your mountain of rep tongue.gif
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Hey guys, I'm about to order a glossy qnix displayport from accessorieswhole and just wondering that If I still would be able to OC with displayport.
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Originally Posted by Xenzeus View Post

Hey guys, I'm about to order a glossy qnix displayport from accessorieswhole and just wondering that If I still would be able to OC with displayport.
I don't think you can..

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