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A question I have for the rest. Do I need to unpatch and go back to 60hz before upgrading my video drivers?

I'd like to know this as well.
    
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Gosh! Gonna be £85 in Duty Fees.... Almost half the cost of the unit, that's just ridiculous.
post #7963 of 25888
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Yeah, i am more than a little concerned. I Would really like it as well, if only i felt comfortable with it supporting the weight. I would hate to see something that does actually weigh the supposed maximum weight this stand supports (15kg.)

Looking forward to seeing how yours turns out.


Few more pics , still messy soz, if anyone can let me know if i should take it off cos it's dangerous that would be great thinking.gif

Heh - dont worry, i opened up the casing 4 times and i just put it on a pillow face down to unscrew, the flipped it over to pry the bezel off.
post #7964 of 25888
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Originally Posted by biggyk View Post

A question I have for the rest. Do I need to unpatch and go back to 60hz before upgrading my video drivers?
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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

I'd like to know this as well.

Nope - go ahead and update your video card drivers normally. This will effectively "unpatch" your monitor. Once installed (and restarted) go ahead and re-patch and reboot your computer. When you get back all your CRU values will return.
post #7965 of 25888
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Glad you are liking my settings amigo!
And thanks for sharing your OC. I am going to give it a try as with tri sli I noticed some issues gaming at 120Hz so I will try your settings. thumb.gif

REP to you for sharing with us your settings. thumb.gif
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REP to you for sharing with us your settings. thumb.gif

As far as ive seen - my settings have the lowest Pixel Clock @ 120hz for Radeon cards (Spartan F8 has lower for Geforce i believe) ..give these a shot

post #7967 of 25888
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Originally Posted by jerrolds View Post

Heh - dont worry, i opened up the casing 4 times and i just put it on a pillow face down to unscrew, the flipped it over to pry the bezel off.

Any tips or stuff I need to know before opening it? I don't wanna break anything biggrin.gif

This is my huge issue with the screen cigar.gif
post #7968 of 25888
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Originally Posted by VENAXIS View Post

Any tips or stuff I need to know before opening it? I don't wanna break anything biggrin.gif

This is my huge issue with the screen cigar.gif

Just follow the videos and you'll be fine. I was a little less careful than he was and mine ended up ok. Biggest spot to be careful IMO is unscrewing the backlight board and letting it dangle. One bad move could probably rip the ribbon cables off. By the way, is that BLB or glow?
post #7969 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Xentar712 View Post

Just follow the videos and you'll be fine. I was a little less careful than he was and mine ended up ok. Biggest spot to be careful IMO is unscrewing the backlight board and letting it dangle. One bad move could probably rip the ribbon cables off. By the way, is that BLB or glow?

Alright I'll make sure I do it carefully, thanks! thumb.gif

Sadly that's BLB.. sadsmiley.gif
post #7970 of 25888
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Originally Posted by VENAXIS View Post

Alright I'll make sure I do it carefully, thanks! thumb.gif

Sadly that's BLB.. sadsmiley.gif

Oh, and use a plastic opening tool instead of a screwdriver if you want your casing to not look like it was chewed open. If you don't have one now, get some for the future. Chances are you will use one again someday. You can get a dozen. for $5 on eBay
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