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I have had no luck getting any kind of response from AMD or Diamond Multimedia (the OEM for my Radeon 7990s) regarding the incompatibility with this monitor. So, I called LG this morning. The computer monitor tech support person I spoke to has never heard of anyone using more than one video card (CrossFire / SLI) to render graphics in a computer.

doh.gif

Aaaaaaallrighty then...
post #52 of 1296
idk why but my monitor seems faster when i have this settings
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For anybody struggling to see that, he's using 'Aspect Ratio' scaling via the GPU from what I can make out.
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right click the image and open in new window?
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right click the image and open in new window?

Firefox was having none of that. It was keeping a tiny cached copy of it for some reason. I see it full sized now, much better.

As to your question I'm not really sure why it would make a difference unless perhaps running a non-native resolution.
post #56 of 1296
Yea idk why but i was having some input lag thrn i installed the monitor drivers and the nvidia drivers and it seems to be faster. I think we just need a new firmware or new monitor drivers
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post #57 of 1296
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I have had no luck getting any kind of response from AMD or Diamond Multimedia (the OEM for my Radeon 7990s) regarding the incompatibility with this monitor. So, I called LG this morning. The computer monitor tech support person I spoke to has never heard of anyone using more than one video card (CrossFire / SLI) to render graphics in a computer.

doh.gif

Aaaaaaallrighty then...

In an other thread a user mentioned that is is in fact possible to drive the display at 60Hz using HDMI. You need to create a custom resolution though, and maybe use CVT reduced blank. You do need to look for the AMD tool to create custom resolutions though, I can't remember how it's called. Maybe that would solve your problem?
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post #58 of 1296
I finally got ahold of AMD's tech support. They confirmed that the HDMI output in that situation is limited to 30Hz. The tech who talked to me on the phone was stumped, so he told me he would kick the support ticket up to tier 2. I assume it's someone with more knowledge. Anyway, I'll post an update if I get any resolution from them..er...No pun intended.
post #59 of 1296
I have an update: I did some more experimenting and re-installing drivers, etc. I even went through the hassle of switching the cards. I have established that the LG 34UM95 does work with CrossFire enabled at all the supported resolutions below the native resolution of 3440 x 1440.

I also got a hold of a Samsung UD590 4k monitor and plugged it into the same connector. The native 4k resolution of 3840 x 2160 works perfectly with CrossFire enabled.

It's been narrowed down to this: It's the 3440 x 1440 resolution only with CrossFire enabled that's crashing the video cards. I passed the updated information on to AMD and added it to the support ticket. Hopefully they will have a fix for it in a driver update.
Edited by Escovado - 5/19/14 at 11:26am
post #60 of 1296
Just ordered this display from Amazon for $999. There is no delivery estimate yet, but I hope sometime next week! That's wishful thinking though.

Another thing I purchased specifically to use with this display is a Sanus VMD1-B1, and the only place I could order online seemed to be the Apple store. Here is a link the manufacturer's product page:

http://www.sanus.com/en_US/products/mounts/vmd1/

This is a vesa mount that clamps to the desk and seems to have the widest range of motion from the all the mounts I looked at. The only potential issue is that while the weight of the LG display is well within the supported weight of the VMD1-B1, the specs say it only supports displays under 30". I expect the weight is the important thing, but if it turns out this display doesn't work with this mount I'll post an update (either way I'm sure pics will be posted).
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