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SO is it true you can't tell the difference between 95hz and 120hz?

It really depends on the user and very subjective. I'd be willing to bet that most people can't tell the difference, but it's impossible to say.
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SO is it true you can't tell the difference between 95hz and 120hz?
It's not true.
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What the heck, my Qnix just turned off randomly...I'm scared!!!
post #5104 of 25891
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SO is it true you can't tell the difference between 95hz and 120hz?

You are going to only be able to tell in fast motion situations. A primary example is set it to 95hz and swing the mouse cursor around really fast .Then do it on 120hz you will tell the difference and if you don't it is likely you LOL. Another good test i the overall motion blur or banding that happens in fast pace FPS games. The clarity will be better at 120hz over 95hz. The human eye on a good day at fast pace can potentially see over +200fps so you should be able to tell even if you are not sensitive to judder but it will be situation based(fast pace motion).
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It really depends on the user and very subjective. I'd be willing to bet that most people can't tell the difference, but it's impossible to say.

I know I can. I was just messing around with it today, going from 60 to 100 to 110 to 120. 100 to 120 is slight, but it's there.
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I had the recent revelation that, during gaming, I can't tell the difference between low and max settings rolleyes.gif which is probably a good thing, as I only have a single 7870 LE.
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SO is it true you can't tell the difference between 95hz and 120hz?

If your monitor is 120hz, and you don't have a fast shutter speed camera, then this is a good way to test:
https://frames-per-second.appspot.com/

You might also need Fraps to make sure your browser is capable of rendering up to 120 fps.
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You should be able to test higher refresh rates after patching your driver by running the nVidia Control Panel, going to the Change Resolution section, and clicking the "Customize..." button. From there you can create custom resolutions and test them out. This is the quickest way to find your maximum monitor overclock.

However, when using this method, these resolutions typically do not work while gaming. Once you find your optimal refresh rate, run the Custom Resolution Utility to create the resolution (make sure the correct monitor is selected in the dropdown!) and uncheck "Include extension block". After rebooting, that resolution should be selectable in the nVidia Control Panel.

Hello,

Thank your for your answer ! That helped me and now I'm running my monitor at 100Hz !

Thank you again !
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So do we need a power cable or not? I'm confused at this power brick they're supplying?
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So do we need a power cable or not? I'm confused at this power brick they're supplying?
You can use the brick. All you need is a standard 3 prong cord to plug into it. I have a few laying around from other electronic devices.
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