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Originally Posted by Balsagna View Post

Nevermind x2. Not sure if it's really at 120hz or not...

Nvidia control panel has it listed at 120hz. But when using that site again, it still just says 60. Is there another way to test or am I supposed to do something different to get it to 120hz?
Try testing only a single monitor. If you only have a single monitor, try turning off desktop composition for whatever internet browser you're using.
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Single monitor:

http://prntscr.com/32ao8c

http://prntscr.com/32aoj0

And the refresh program is also saying 120hz. - What am I doing wrong?
     
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Does anyone have the link to the thread on here that has the video motion tweaks? I rem it made videos and movies look realistic like 120/240Hz tv's. Thanks!
Hi BGKris, not sure if you found it already. If not, the link is below thumb.gif:
Smooth Video Project
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Does it say so as well when you set the refresh rate using windows' "screen resolution"?
You're not using IE by any chance, are you?

Maybe try using chrome?
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Hi BGKris, not sure if you found it already. If not, the link is below thumb.gif:
Smooth Video Project

dude!! Yes! Thanks!! +Rep!
post #16106 of 25887
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Single monitor:

http://prntscr.com/32ao8c

http://prntscr.com/32aoj0

And the refresh program is also saying 120hz. - What am I doing wrong?

Umm, for mine when I open the NVCP I see a custom resolution option above your native, create a custom resolution also in the NVCP. Click the customize thing, go in there, you will see a create custom resolution tab. You are using the native one, I think that is your problem.

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So I just got my 27" Qnix 2710 Evolution II monitor. First off let me say, I've been reading this forum for quite sometime while debating if I should pull the trigger or not. Not only was I inspired to join the forum (rare for me), but I also went ahead and bought the monitor off ebay from hulustar. I can't believe how fast it shipped, I ordered it last Thursday and it arrived to my door in Michigan on Monday (5 days). I've been reading a handful of guides on how to overclock it to 120hz, and after a whole bunch of turmoil and trial and error I finally got it to work. 120hz steady, and games run it at that refresh rate as well. 2560x1440 wallpapers look amazing, and I seem to of found a solid color profile as well. Here's my issue, it may be a noob one at that, but it's causing me some grief.

When I first boot my system, it loads with the 2560x1440 @ 60hz by default. As soon as I touch my Asus GPU Tweak (usually to adjust GPU fan speed), the screen flashes and I get a GPU Tweak message asking if I want to keep the current refresh rate. I click OK. I go into the Nvidia control panel, and my resolution is 2560x1440 @ 60hz and 16bit. I change to 32 bit, and the 120hz option becomes available. Once I apply, I lose my color profile. I have to open the DisplayProfile program I downloaded and reload my color profile. Once all is done, everything is beautiful.

Maybe it's wishful thinking, but is there a way to have my custom settings (2560x1440 @ 120hz 32bit) load by default instead of having to reapply them every time I reboot? This is a new rig as well, so I'm constantly rebooting while installing programs and it's getting rather annoying. I'd really appreciate any input

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What software are you using to load the profile?
post #16108 of 25887
Alright guys,

I am a happy camper! I just received my Xstar from dream seller and I have zero complaints so far. Back light bleed is very minimal and I can see only a single green pixel on an all black screen, doesn't bother me a bit.
I used Nvidia control panel to make a custom resolution to set the refresh to 96hz with no problems. Havent experimented any further yet:thumb:
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My Qnix 2710 looks like it is melting on the inside. At the top edge there is like this sticky plastic inside that is melting or unraveling. Anybody experience this? Pics to come.
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Does it say so as well when you set the refresh rate using windows' "screen resolution"?
You're not using IE by any chance, are you?

Maybe try using chrome?

Says this:

http://prntscr.com/32beui

And I tried checking to see if there were more hidden. Just 59/60hz.
     
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