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post #2851 of 25893
You cam use these monitiors with displayport outs if you have active displayport to dual link dvi adapters. They are not cheap at about 100 each. My 7990 only has one dvi-i dual link out, and 4 minidisplay port outs. I already had adapters from when I used em with my 7870's though.

As long as its dual link i or d doesnt matter, as long as you use a dvi-d dual link cable
post #2852 of 25893
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Thanks for the pic brightbus, I may end up getting two of these. One in landscape and the other in portrait. I don't think I would ever need 3 screens lol

No problem. I don't "need" three screens persay, but they are damn useful smile.gif
post #2853 of 25893
is there any way to make SVP work on HD5850 with win test mode enabled for CRU to reach 120hz?
post #2854 of 25893
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is there any way to make SVP work on HD5850 with win test mode enabled for CRU to reach 120hz?


Hmm I've never heard of svp, now I'm intrigued now that I've looked into it.
post #2855 of 25893
As I undrestand when display is overclocked only nvidia cards can do SVP, correct me if I am wrong as I really want to continue using it on my 5850.
post #2856 of 25893
Is SVP the same thing as the smooth motion option in madvr? If so my HD7770 runs it on very bitrate intensive stuff quite easily.

Also, with an overlocked display to 120Hz, is there any need for smooth motion? 120 is a multiple of 24 and 30 so there should be no judder when playing back video.

Edit: They're not the same according to SVP dev - http://www.svp-team.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=1287

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As I undrestand when display is overclocked only nvidia cards can do SVP, correct me if I am wrong as I really want to continue using it on my 5850.

I don't see why display overclocking should make any difference. It'll just have to interpolate more frames. Give it a go, worst-case scenario is only to come back down to 60Hz.
Edited by Moragg - 6/9/13 at 5:16am
post #2857 of 25893
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Is SVP the same thing as the smooth motion option in madvr? If so my HD7770 runs it on very bitrate intensive stuff quite easily.

no it's far more advanced, interpolating frames with all sorts of complex algorithms
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Also, with an overlocked display to 120Hz, is there any need for smooth motion? 120 is a multiple of 24 and 30 so there should be no judder when playing back video.

yes there is a need, it makes quite a visual difference
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no it's far more advanced, interpolating frames with all sorts of complex algorithms
yes there is a need, it makes quite a visual difference

I just saw the video example and you're right. Will definitely be trying this out when I go home.

Interpolating all the way up to 1440p and 120Hz would take fairly decent graphics I expect.
post #2859 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

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.

I get red horizontal scan lines, I can see most of the desktop even at this res however, I am just trying to "tweak" out the scan lines.
post #2860 of 25893
Guys I need a better DL-DVI cable I can only get to 116Hz with the stock cable.
Can anyone of you tell me what the best cables are?




btw does anyone know a german shop for those cables?
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