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post #1801 of 25893
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Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain View Post

For the 100th time--

If you are wondering why games are capping at 60Hz (and you are not using CRU) you need the Catleap 2B INF or set the higher refresh (per game I believe) in NV Inspector.

And I don't see anything "new" in the G3D link above...still talks about the custom profiles that, as far as I know, every NV user is already using (when not CRU to overclock).
I am pretty sure you still need a driver patch ("pixel clock patcher") nor can get rid of the "test mode". Look at the overclocking section of the OP here. I am on AMD though so no personal experience doing this under NV yet.

Qnix QX2710 120hz+

I just had to remove the "NV Pixel clock patcher" I installed it this morning on my GTX 670 2GB and while playing BF3 my DX11 went crazy and everything turned pink and the game crashed out to a DX11 error.

So I'm using the catleap 2b driver, test mode, 320.00 drivers and setting the refresh rate in the NV control panel and my crazy texture problem went away.
post #1802 of 25893
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Originally Posted by nimski View Post

I think me and you had a different problem. Mine was being completely crushed by the whole metal frame that you couldn't get off, so I unclipped the bottom portion and the sides. I wedged paper towels into the bottom of the monitor to keep it from sliding down and taped the frame down while exerting some pressure. That seemed to get rid of 80% of the bleeding.

I think its funny how dream-seller left a note saying the monitor was 'inspected' for any defects, yet sends me this. My advice to anyone would be to open up the case if you have any issues of backlight bleeding. You'll eventually find the problem through trial and error and it will make a HUGE difference

Right on. And this is essentially exactly what I said to you and guitar dude last night so nice job. Yep you really just have to open it up and figure it out for yourself as not everyones is caused by the exact same thing. Though all bleed and play problems are due to the same general issue--crappy construction and QC. These PLS panels are amazingly killer. Everything else...not as much. I don't except a ton for $300 especially given the panels themselves but still...
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post #1803 of 25893
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Dang was looking for a way to overclock without showing test mode. Read and saw there was a way to remove watermark but browser will not allow needed zip to be downloaded. I tried to use the catleap.inf and evga pixel clock. But from what I've seen guess you're right.

use this to remove watermark: http://soft2.wmzhe.com/download/deepxw/RemoveWatermark_20090509.zip
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post #1804 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Gilgam3sh View Post

use this to remove watermark: http://soft2.wmzhe.com/download/deepxw/RemoveWatermark_20090509.zip

Doesn't work on Windows 8 frown.gif. Do you know if there's any for W8?

Edit:

Never mind, found a working one - http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/40637-Windows-8-Watermark-Remover-Editor?p=685861&viewfull=1#post685861

I had to remove watermark > restart > remove watermark (it had another string) and now there's no more watermark.
Edited by AvengerNoonZz - 5/23/13 at 9:27am
post #1805 of 25893
I don't even see the watermark most of the time but depends on your background, of course.
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post #1806 of 25893
Just pulled the plug on this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/111070644047?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

Hopefully it will get here before my exams tongue.gif
    
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post #1807 of 25893
This looks interesting. Any advice on which you guys would advice for a 30" with good OC? Which seller seems to be the most reliable in case of return policy and such?
post #1808 of 25893
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Originally Posted by killerfrenzi View Post

oh lordy, tell me how I can score a sweet deal like that!

I was from a buddy of mine. His power supply blew up and he had to sell that card to get it. So I made a deal with him. Win win.
post #1809 of 25893
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Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain View Post

I am assuming a used 670...still a good deal, of course.

Yes, it's used, but still a great deal.
post #1810 of 25893
Does anyone have over 10+ stuck pixels? I have 11 altogether. 1 of them is visible, the other 10 are only when i'm watching the monitor within the range of 5cm. I'm just asking this, is it normal..
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