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Here are two pictures, one 96Hz one 120Hz showing no frame skipping. This is none SLI, no patches or special drivers, just NVCP.




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post #16832 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Roland2 View Post

Here are two pictures, one 96Hz one 120Hz showing no frame skipping. This is none SLI, no patches or special drivers, just NVCP.
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Just for arguments sake, here is a picture at 120Hz WITH SLI'd 780 TI's, no patches, just using NVCP:
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Originally Posted by coelacanth View Post

I hadn't been to this thread in a while before yesterday. I saw a lot of posts where people state they hook their monitors up and OC to 120Hz through the NVCP without the patcher.

Did Nvidia get rid of the dual link 330MHz pixel clock cap in their recent drivers?

Can someone who used the no patcher method post a photo from the frame skipping test showing 96Hz or 120Hz?
They got rid of the 330 MHz limit in 313.95, but only if you're using the NVIDIA control panel to add custom resolutions. EDID overrides are still affected by the 330 MHz limit, hence the need to patch the driver if you're using CRU.

NVIDIA's driver has other limits though. 400/500-series cards have a 400 MHz limit that requires the full patch to get around even if you're using the NVIDIA control panel. Since 313.95, some 500-series cards are no longer affected by this limit and don't need the full patch, but I'm not sure which cards are still affected.

SLI has a 400 MHz limit with all driver versions. Titan and GTX 780 cards are not affected by the limit and don't need the patch for SLI. All other cards require the full patch.

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Originally Posted by coelacanth View Post

I went from the full patcher (I have SLI) + CRU method to using the full patcher + NVCP method since CRU was causing problems with GeForce Experience.

As far as I was aware you still need the patcher to overcome the 330MHz pixel clock (single card) limit but there are a lot of "I'm at 120Hz with no patch" posts now.
If you're using the NVIDIA control panel and you have GTX 780 cards, you don't need the patch at all.
Edited by ToastyX - 3/27/14 at 10:13am
post #16835 of 25893
Yay my second 680 works! Will be testing it further then going SLI ermaaagaaaad
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Originally Posted by ToastyX View Post

They got rid of the 330 MHz limit in 313.95, but only if you're using the NVIDIA control panel to add custom resolutions. EDID overrides are still affected by the 330 MHz limit, hence the need to patch the driver if you're using CRU.

NVIDIA's driver has other limits though. 400/500-series cards have a 400 MHz limit that requires the full patch to get around even if you're using the NVIDIA control panel. Since 313.95, some 500-series cards are no longer affected by this limit and don't need the full patch, but I'm not sure which cards are still affected.

SLI has a 400 MHz limit with all driver versions. Titan and GTX 780 cards are not affected by the limit and don't need the patch for SLI. All other cards require the full patch.
If you're using the NVIDIA control panel and you have GTX 780 cards, you don't need the patch at all.

Exactly the info I was looking for. Thank you very much, and thank you for the patchers and CRU! +rep.

This should go in the OP.
Edited by coelacanth - 3/27/14 at 11:34am
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Welp -.- looks like I'm joining the club.
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Yay my second 680 works! Will be testing it further then going SLI ermaaagaaaad

Glad to hear it! SLI is awesome. You're going to need the full patcher now.
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Nevermind i Fixed the issue it seems.
Edited by Rhaxas - 3/27/14 at 12:14pm
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Just submitted a $280 offer to storewithstory for a QNIX non-se Matte. His BiN is currently $319.98
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Matte-27-Slim-Qnix-QX2710-Evolution-II-LED-PLS-2560x1440-QHD-Monitor-DVI-D-/221356410499

Fingers crossed.

lol... he countered offered me @ a whopping discount of $4.98 ($315). Yeahhhhhh, no thanks. Guess I'll just wait till the market is flooded again and these are back down to the $270 range.
Edited by MikeHawk - 3/27/14 at 1:45pm
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