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Ok. Sure do wonder why/what the difference is.
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have anyone got SVP (Smooth Video Playback) working on anything around 120hz?
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have anyone got SVP (Smooth Video Playback) working on anything around 120hz?

Yes but not on Bluray 1080p videos. Those are way too next level!

720p and 480p works fine though
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post #2824 of 25864
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have anyone got SVP (Smooth Video Playback) working on anything around 120hz?

I tried messing with it quite a bit but couldn't get very good performance on it with a GTX570. It might work better if i was not using madvr max settings and it would also help if SVP and madvr supported SLI so i could use both GTX570s in my machine. A 6xx or 7xx series card is going to be needed and especially more VRAM than 1.25gb.
post #2825 of 25864
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Yes but not on Bluray 1080p videos. Those are way too next level!

720p and 480p works fine though

All my content is HD source.........better sweet LOL
post #2826 of 25864
Can anyone post up some CRU settings they are using to get 120Hz stable, I can do 110Hz no problem using LCD reduced but I hit a wall at 120, and this is what I am after ideally.

Thanks,
Chris.
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Can anyone post up some CRU settings they are using to get 120Hz stable, I can do 110Hz no problem using LCD reduced but I hit a wall at 120, and this is what I am after ideally.

Thanks,
Chris.

What happens when you try to do 120hz? Tweaking CRU settings will just clean up some slight instability. Using LCD reduced gets you very "close" to as good as you can get with CRU settings. If you are hitting a wall other cables or ports may need to be tried. If you are not even getting a picture you may not get what you need from CRU settings.
post #2828 of 25864
I figured out my down clocking issue on my 560ti with the patched nvidia drivers. All 500 series nvidia cards will run at full clock speeds even at idle, according to the driver patch notes. I ended up going back to 60hz on the QNIX, as my temps were almost 20c higher running my card at 100%, 100% of the time. And TBH, the monitor looks great at 60hz. It's almost feels easier on the eyes.
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I figured out my down clocking issue on my 560ti with the patched nvidia drivers. All 500 series nvidia cards will run at full clock speeds even at idle, according to the driver patch notes. I ended up going back to 60hz on the QNIX, as my temps were almost 20c higher running my card at 100%, 100% of the time. And TBH, the monitor looks great at 60hz. It's almost feels easier on the eyes.

Why would they have them run full speed all the time. Seems dumb.
post #2830 of 25864
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Yes but not on Bluray 1080p videos. Those are way too next level!

720p and 480p works fine though

Is it possible to do on AMD HD5850? Coz messing up with that DXVA and green screens are giving me headaches...
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