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Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

Whaaat? 719MHz? IS your Qnix still alive? tongue.gif

How did you get to 719MHz...

Lmao I don't know i was just keep messing with my timings trying to go higher and higher at 4K...i am not going to run it like this 24/7 as i don't trust such a high pixel clock and i don't want to blow my monitor up!...however what i am finding really hard to believe is that it appears that i can maintain this high pixel clock and even game with it without artefacts?

BTW: yasamoka its worth noteing that Sustainer Download is doing fantastic job at 3840x2160 applying my 120hz ICC profile lol
Edited by lawson67 - 3/9/14 at 2:30pm
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Hey guys,

Im looking at getting one of these too. Quick question:
The selling page says it does not support laptops. How bout a Alienware 14? I recently got mine and it doesn't have a DVI output but I've found a Display-port to DVI and also a HDMI to DVI, would these do the job? and if so which is a better choice DisplayPort or HDMI?

Also whats the difference between these two:
http://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-HDMI-Adapter-Cable-Meters/dp/B001TH7T2U/ref=pd_bxgy_e_img_z
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002ISVI3U/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?ie=UTF8&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

Thx
Isaac
Edited by isaacchristie - 3/9/14 at 2:56pm
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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

Also you should end up with 2 custom resolutions like this if successful


hey lawson, just using the nvidia controls I can set the overclock? no need to use CRU or is it still needed?
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Originally Posted by jourelemode View Post

hey lawson, just using the nvidia controls I can set the overclock? no need to use CRU or is it still needed?

I have only used NVCP ... CRU would surly just mess things up for me with Nvidia experience and Samsung magician installed...also i have being playing some more and noted each the pixel clocks speeds at 3840x2160 at different refresh rates and found that gaming at 75hz should be just fine!

Pixel clock speed at 3840x2160 refresh rates:-
60hz = 359mhz
70hz = 419mhz
75hz = 449mhz
80hz = 479mhz
96hz = 575mhz
120hz = 719mhz

So taking the above into account i believe i could safely run/Game at 3840x2160 Resolution at 75hz without a worry in the world with a lovely near perfect 449mhz pixel clock!. ..Also my 2 new 4GB Sapphire Radeon R9 290 Tri X OC, cards should hold up well at 4K i believe...i will find out soon!

75hz = 449mhz pixel clock

Edited by lawson67 - 3/9/14 at 3:27pm
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Are the displays without an internal scaler capable of displaying 1080p ?
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I'd take 110 / 120Hz over 3840x2160 (downsampled) @ 75Hz anytime...well, unless the game doesn't support running at more than 75FPS.
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Originally Posted by Ascii Aficionado View Post

Are the displays without an internal scaler capable of displaying 1080p ?
Only if GPU scaling is used. They can't display an input 1080p signal. The GPU renders at 1080p and sends an upscaled 1440p signal to the monitor.
Edited by yasamoka - 3/9/14 at 4:48pm
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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

I have only used NVCP ... CRU would surly just mess things up for me with Nvidia experience and Samsung magician installed...also i have being playing some more and noted each the pixel clocks speeds at 3840x2160 at different refresh rates and found that gaming at 75hz should be just fine!

Pixel clock speed at 3840x2160 refresh rates:-
60hz = 359mhz
70hz = 419mhz
75hz = 449mhz
80hz = 479mhz
96hz = 575mhz
120hz = 719mhz

So taking the above into account i believe i could safely run/Game at 3840x2160 Resolution at 75hz without a worry in the world with a lovely near perfect 449mhz pixel clock!. ..Also my 2 new 4GB Sapphire Radeon R9 290 Tri X OC, cards should hold up well at 4K i believe...i will find out soon!

75hz = 449mhz pixel clock

Hey Lawson, just so you know, if you hold left control and mouse scroll when on the desktop you can change the size of your icons... It might make it easier to see them.

Edit: Make sure and click on your desktop first.

Edit#2: Tried your timings and this is what I got:


With this monitor http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2RY0X59885
Edited by Strickt - 3/9/14 at 5:00pm
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Originally Posted by Strickt View Post

Hey Lawson, just so you know, if you hold left control and mouse scroll when on the desktop you can change the size of your icons... It might make it easier to see them.

Edit: Make sure and click on your desktop first.


Yes you are right and thanks for reminding me thumb.gif
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Yes you are right and thanks for reminding me thumb.gif

I edited my previous post with the timings I used and the error message I received, any thoughts?
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Originally Posted by Strickt View Post

Hey Lawson, just so you know, if you hold left control and mouse scroll when on the desktop you can change the size of your icons... It might make it easier to see them.

Edit: Make sure and click on your desktop first.

Edit#2: Tried your timings and this is what I got:


With this monitor http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2RY0X59885

Are you using my monitor driver file?

Edit: yes your monitor is the same as mine...my monitor is the original QX2710 Samsung PLS Qnix
Edited by lawson67 - 3/9/14 at 5:07pm
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