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video is private.

and thank you

Sorry the video is now public.
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Hey, guys I wanna ask something. Have you ever looked at your GPU idle temperatures when using 144hz in desktop mine are around 50-60 celcius seems like card's never down clock any one else encountered this? It's seems I have mistaken this as a faulty part of my computer.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1497172/did-you-know-that-running-144-hz-causes-ridiculously-high-idle-temperatures-and-power-draw-on-your-nvidia-gpu
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Sorry the video is now public.

I can see it i think, theres a slight magenta and green hue at the top of the design. Dont think youll notice it in games.
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mine is set to 144hz idle temps are not different than 120hz.. runs fine
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post #4475 of 6057
Desktop 120hz then override your game in nvcp set your refresh rate to "available highest" hth :-)
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I can see it i think, theres a slight magenta and green hue at the top of the design. Dont think youll notice it in games.

I can't really notice it on that pattern lol. I wouldn't worry about it personally if you can only just see it on that test pattern, there probably isn't much you can do in general usage that will replicate those conditions.
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Hey brand new too group just build my new machine im wondering if anyone here has a problem when switching from a few diff monitors and it goes back to the rog it automatically goes down to 59hz also my samsung LCDTV for some reason says its gsync compatibility and thanks for the users in the group who help it makes life much easier got some other ?S but figured id start off with this one thanks and i love this monitor
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Hey brand new too group just build my new machine im wondering if anyone here has a problem when switching from a few diff monitors and it goes back to the rog it automatically goes down to 59hz also my samsung LCDTV for some reason says its gsync compatibility and thanks for the users in the group who help it makes life much easier got some other ?S but figured id start off with this one thanks and i love this monitor

Mine does that too, and I have to switch back to 120/144 Hz in the nVIDIA Control Panel when returning to the Swift. On my Philips TV, which is connected to the PC through HDMI, a popup message shows up in the task bar stating something about G-Sync compatibility every time I quit a game. I've found out that disabling G-Sync in the nVIDIA Control Panel makes the message go away, yet I keep hearing the popup sound for some reason, don't ask me why. I'm not much concerned about it really. thumb.gif
Edited by Strider49 - 3/29/15 at 9:33am
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My mistake...
Edited by Strider49 - 3/29/15 at 9:35am
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Guys I need some help.

I was playing on my Swift and I exited a game. All of a sudden an "Out of Range" message appeared on my Swift and it went black. Luckily I have a secondary monitor hooked up. The monitor won't do anything. I've tried disconnecting and reconnecting the cable, turning GSYNC off/on. Nothing. I cam pressing the menu button and nothing even comes up. In NVCP it still shows the Swift. When I reconnected the panel it even popped up saying GSYNC display connected...but it is still blank of my screen.

*** is going on? This is my second Swift. The first I returned some months ago due to a malfunction and now this. Starting to get pissed off.


EDIT: NVM -- it looks like my Swift was randomly set to 133hz ? Changing it back to 144hz solved it....
Edited by dboythagr8 - 3/29/15 at 10:18am
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