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post #1891 of 1998
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post #1892 of 1998
Hi,

I just got my 2795 and it is a big upgrade. The only problem is when I try to overclock it, I get vertical lines of various colors whenever I go above 60 hertz. Is there something I am missing to get it overclocked? I have used both the Catalyst Control Center and the CRU method. Hopefully this is something that can be corrected and not the monitor itself. It is the single input version.

Thanks for your help peeps
post #1893 of 1998
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Originally Posted by Eaglez47 View Post

Hi,

I just got my 2795 and it is a big upgrade. The only problem is when I try to overclock it, I get vertical lines of various colors whenever I go above 60 hertz. Is there something I am missing to get it overclocked? I have used both the Catalyst Control Center and the CRU method. Hopefully this is something that can be corrected and not the monitor itself. It is the single input version.

Thanks for your help peeps

Make sure you have the monitor connected to your GPU with a Dual-Link DVI cable using the Dual Link DVI output on the graphics card. It's also preferable if you can get your own high quality cable instead of using the one that came with the monitor.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=2686

That one will do the trick.
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post #1894 of 1998
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Make sure you have the monitor connected to your GPU with a Dual-Link DVI cable using the Dual Link DVI output on the graphics card. It's also preferable if you can get your own high quality cable instead of using the one that came with the monitor.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=2686

That one will do the trick.

Shouldn't the one that came with the monitor get to 96 Hz though? even if I go to 70 I get the vertical lines. I have a 7950 GPU (waiting for the 480). I guess I can wait until it comes out to see if it's a video driver problem, but I was expecting an easy overclock tbh. I might try to order the new cable after I really exhaust myself trying to figure this thing out. Thanks for the suggestion
post #1895 of 1998
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Shouldn't the one that came with the monitor get to 96 Hz though? even if I go to 70 I get the vertical lines. I have a 7950 GPU (waiting for the 480). I guess I can wait until it comes out to see if it's a video driver problem, but I was expecting an easy overclock tbh. I might try to order the new cable after I really exhaust myself trying to figure this thing out. Thanks for the suggestion

Yes the Std cable should work fine ... try it on another rig if possible? Try a clean install of your drivers and OC utilities, follow the procedure(s) HERE ...

Now for the potential bad news ... the 480 doesn't come with a D-DVI port at all mad.gif
The only possible solution may be a "powered" conversion cable? Some dual/triple monitor guys had success in the past ... many didn't with regards to overclocking: ... you might want to wait on purchasing the 480 when it comes available ... heck of a card $$$/performance, but what was AMD thinking building a high mid-range card with NO D-DVI port! rolleyes.gif
 
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post #1896 of 1998
The board parter, vendor cards should come with DVI-D/I. The reference design will not.
post #1897 of 1998
Alright I'll try a clean install of everything. I was planning on waiting for the msi 480 anyway. I'll update when I get a chance to try it.
post #1898 of 1998
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Originally Posted by TomcatV View Post

Yes the Std cable should work fine ... try it on another rig if possible? Try a clean install of your drivers and OC utilities, follow the procedure(s) HERE ...

Now for the potential bad news ... the 480 doesn't come with a D-DVI port at all mad.gif
The only possible solution may be a "powered" conversion cable? Some dual/triple monitor guys had success in the past ... many didn't with regards to overclocking: ... you might want to wait on purchasing the 480 when it comes available ... heck of a card $$$/performance, but what was AMD thinking building a high mid-range card with NO D-DVI port! rolleyes.gif

The board supports DVI. I'm sure one partner will add a dual link dvi port.
post #1899 of 1998
Now that I think about it, my twin frozen III 7950 may not have a dual link dvi input.
post #1900 of 1998
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Now that I think about it, my twin frozen III 7950 may not have a dual link dvi input.

According to MSI's website, the Twin Frozr 7950 has one Dual Link DVI port.

Does the back of your card look like this?

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