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Hey guys need some help can someone just explain this to me in a few easy steps.

I have a 780 so nvidia. If I use CRU do I still need to make a custom res in the nvidia control panel?

I have got 120hz to work by making a custom res in the nv control panel. But the pixel clock is 483 I want to reduce it but there are not as many options in the NV CP as there are in CRU

So I deleted custom res from NV CP. The only detailed resolution I have set in CRU is 2560x1440 @120hz. But it does not show up as an option in windows or NV CP.

What am I doing wrong. Should I always be running CRU as Admin?
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I think it worked, well I noticed it said reboot required. So I did and when I got to the desktop it was a black screen with a pink line down the side. Freaked me out. Rebooted to safe mode and reset CRU. I was using the timings posted a few pages back.
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post #11923 of 25911
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I think it worked, well I noticed it said reboot required. So I did and when I got to the desktop it was a black screen with a pink line down the side. Freaked me out. Rebooted to safe mode and reset CRU. I was using the timings posted a few pages back.
I hate CRU. Use nvcp instead, no reboots required lol.
Can your monitor do 2652 pixels 1445 lines?

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post #11924 of 25911
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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

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Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

I think it worked, well I noticed it said reboot required. So I did and when I got to the desktop it was a black screen with a pink line down the side. Freaked me out. Rebooted to safe mode and reset CRU. I was using the timings posted a few pages back.
I hate CRU. Use nvcp instead, no reboots required lol.
Can your monitor do 2652 pixels 1445 lines?

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Hey hey that worked. As far as I can tell.

What I decided to do before I read your post was just run at 110. Pixel clock was below 450 at default. I had not tried a game but pretty sure it would look just as good. I can't keep a constant 120fps anyways.

Any idea what changing that setting does. I agree about CRU so much easier to use the NV cp.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

I think it worked, well I noticed it said reboot required. So I did and when I got to the desktop it was a black screen with a pink line down the side. Freaked me out. Rebooted to safe mode and reset CRU. I was using the timings posted a few pages back.
I hate CRU. Use nvcp instead, no reboots required lol.
Can your monitor do 2652 pixels 1445 lines?

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Hey hey that worked. As far as I can tell.

What I decided to do before I read your post was just run at 110. Pixel clock was below 450 at default. I had not tried a game but pretty sure it would look just as good. I can't keep a constant 120fps anyways.

Any idea what changing that setting does. I agree about CRU so much easier to use the NV cp.
With regards to your other post. You still have to create a custom resolution after rebooting with CRU.
Create a 120hz profile, set to manual and input 2652 total pixels and 1445 lines. Does it save with no problems?

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post #11926 of 25911
Quote:
Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

I think it worked, well I noticed it said reboot required. So I did and when I got to the desktop it was a black screen with a pink line down the side. Freaked me out. Rebooted to safe mode and reset CRU. I was using the timings posted a few pages back.
I hate CRU. Use nvcp instead, no reboots required lol.
Can your monitor do 2652 pixels 1445 lines?

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Hey hey that worked. As far as I can tell.

What I decided to do before I read your post was just run at 110. Pixel clock was below 450 at default. I had not tried a game but pretty sure it would look just as good. I can't keep a constant 120fps anyways.

Any idea what changing that setting does. I agree about CRU so much easier to use the NV cp.
With regards to your other post. You still have to create a custom resolution after rebooting with CRU.
Create a 120hz profile, set to manual and input 2652 total pixels and 1445 lines. Does it save with no problems?

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Yeah I ditched CRU, Did the reset thing and just did what you said in the NV control panel. Seems to be working fine. Sweet!
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Quote:
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

I think it worked, well I noticed it said reboot required. So I did and when I got to the desktop it was a black screen with a pink line down the side. Freaked me out. Rebooted to safe mode and reset CRU. I was using the timings posted a few pages back.
I hate CRU. Use nvcp instead, no reboots required lol.
Can your monitor do 2652 pixels 1445 lines?

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Hey hey that worked. As far as I can tell.

What I decided to do before I read your post was just run at 110. Pixel clock was below 450 at default. I had not tried a game but pretty sure it would look just as good. I can't keep a constant 120fps anyways.

Any idea what changing that setting does. I agree about CRU so much easier to use the NV cp.
With regards to your other post. You still have to create a custom resolution after rebooting with CRU.
Create a 120hz profile, set to manual and input 2652 total pixels and 1445 lines. Does it save with no problems?

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Yeah I ditched CRU, Did the reset thing and just did what you said in the NV control panel. Seems to be working fine. Sweet!
awesome! Those settings fixed my lines with that res at 461 clock. Cheers!

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I recently had to move my computer and during the move my Qnix screen cracked a little bit towards the bottom right corner, does anyone know if there is anything I can do about this?
post #11929 of 25911
Anyone looking for a decent stand. There are a few left. I just bought one myself.

http://m.ebay.com/itm/360824154590?nav=SEARCH&sbk=1

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I recently had to move my computer and during the move my Qnix screen cracked a little bit towards the bottom right corner, does anyone know if there is anything I can do about this?

Do you have the Tempered Glass version? If it's obvious i would probably remove the whole glass since it was just glued to the metal frame. If not, then i would leave it.
    
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