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post #7331 of 25901
First, good job on correct capture of Frame Skipping Test on TestUFO.
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Originally Posted by Proclaim89 View Post

Cant really tell a difference between 96hz&120hz so ill go back to 96hz
That's because the IPS pixel transitions are a bit too slow to have less motion blur at 120Hz than at 96Hz. It's much easier to tell apart 96Hz and 120Hz on a TN display (as crappy as the colors may be). The lower refresh rate is a good compromise since it's easier for a GPU to generate 96fps@96Hz than to generate 120fps@120Hz.
post #7332 of 25901
So overall guys what seller and where would you buy one of these monitors?
post #7333 of 25901
Does anyone know the cause of my gpu crashing back to windows running at 96hz or higher? First the screen goes black and the blue light blinks and then it crashes back to the desktop. I think this happens mostly in modded games not sure, but it doesn't happen that often either and sometimes it recovers by itself. I'm running 96hz 32bit everything is auto.
post #7334 of 25901
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Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain View Post

Uh it "matters"-greatly-because "image retention" is not actual damage and thus not permanent. Burn-in is.
Nice of you to share your opinion, but I think you are misunderstanding my point.
I am simply implying that it really does not matter which term I used in lieu of the sense of the context in which I used the term. Why? Because you all know what I meant, right?
Now, don't you have better things to do than argue with me about whether or not it is acceptable to use the term 'burn in' in place of 'very bad image retention'?
I can't help but push a little harder when people get pushy. In fact, it is image burn and not image retention. You sir, are wrong. tongue.gif

I apologize for the acrimonious mockery of your position towards my post, but I already explained that I was speaking in retrospect towards what I had thought had happened to my monitor and so I retained the term. thumb.gif
post #7335 of 25901
I think Im just going to keep my monitor, even thought it cannot go beyond 60hz. The only thing holding me back from sending it in is the fact I have zero dead pixels and very minimal BLB. Im not liking the risk of ending up with a worse monitor.

Just sucks, I mean I would love to be able to overclock, but it seems like I am not quaranteed to end up with a perfect monitor like I have now.
Edited by timaishu - 9/25/13 at 6:00pm
post #7336 of 25901
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Originally Posted by timaishu View Post

I think Im just going to keep my monitor, even thought it cannot go beyond 60hz. The only thing holding me back from sending it in is the fact I have zero dead pixels and very minimal BLB. Im not liking the risk of ending up with a worse monitor.

Just sucks, I mean I would love to be able to overclock, but it seems like I am not quaranteed to end up with a perfect monitor like I have now.

What's the problem with overclock? Is there a hdmi port on yours?
post #7337 of 25901
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Originally Posted by Net200777 View Post

What's the problem with overclock? Is there a hdmi port on yours?

I made post couple pages back. Mine is a dvi only panel. Beyond 60hz I get a red vertical line. I can even see it at 70hz. The higher the clock, the more apparent the line becomes by turning a reddish color.
post #7338 of 25901
I think its worth the risk to try again, BLB is easy enough to fix - and chances that youll get dead/bright/stuck pixels in a place where youd be bothered by it would be pretty low. But if youre comfortable and like your panel - then awesome - your monitor is probably better than 99% of the people in a 50km radius.
post #7339 of 25901
my League of legends won't start at all ( even the launcher ) if im using 96hz or 120hz yet all my other games work just fine , any idea guys ? ( i oc'ed from nvidiapanel only )

but when I switch back to 60hz , the game works just fine , strange XD
post #7340 of 25901
are you using the dvi cable they sent you in the box also what video card are you using?
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