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post #1901 of 1999
I'm currently using the monoprice 6ft 24AWG DVI with this monitor but I still haven't managed to get it much beyond 110Hz without scan lines appearing all over the place.... ...so I wonder if anyone's managed to get this to120hz, and if so whether they would like to share the custom timings.
post #1902 of 1999
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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

You need to use CRU to hack the AMD driver (EDID Override) in order to overclock your monitor. Unlike Nvidia, AMD do not offer custom resolutions and EDIDs through their driver interface.

http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU
post #1903 of 1999
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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

You need to use CRU to hack the AMD driver (EDID Override) in order to overclock your monitor. Unlike Nvidia, AMD do not offer custom resolutions and EDIDs through their driver interface.

http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU

That, and you also need to use the AMD pixel clock patcher, and make sure to set everything at "LCD standard".
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post #1904 of 1999
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You need to use CRU to hack the AMD driver (EDID Override) in order to overclock your monitor. Unlike Nvidia, AMD do not offer custom resolutions and EDIDs through their driver interface.

http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU

Amd added custom resolution support in drivers like a year ago
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post #1905 of 1999
Really in the market to Add to and/or replace my Qnix.

planning to grab a Crossover 2795

can anyone just answer a few quickies:

Max OC:
New Panels still OC to Max OC:
Does Active DP to DVI adapter work:


Just wondering because on QNIX, max WAS 120hz, but with the newer panels you can only get 96hz and the older panels are discontinued.
getting a AMD RX 480 and it has no DVI, I was using the QNIX with a Fury X(gone) connected via a DP to DVI adapter, but sadly OC didnt work.
Want to buy another "korean monitor" because I aint paying $800cad for a 1440p Acer/Asus monitor. and would love another 1440p for my other PC, that may or may not get the GTX 1070 (havent decided if I want the 480 or 1070 in my main PC) (its not about "use the stronger card" its about the unconfirmed Hype, haha)
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post #1906 of 1999
Don't buy a reference card. Wait a week or two for the vendor custom cards.
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The board parter, vendor cards should come with DVI-D/I. The reference design will not.
post #1907 of 1999
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According to MSI's website, the Twin Frozr 7950 has one Dual Link DVI port.

Does the back of your card look like this?

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Yeah it does have one then. I have no idea what's going on. Even if I go to 65 Hz it either goes black or I get the vertical lines.
post #1908 of 1999
OK now I really need help. I unplugged the monitor while my pc was running and plugged it back in. It now just gets the vertical lines. Also whenever it turns on or off the back of the monitor makes a little "blip" sound. Here is what the monitor looks like
post #1909 of 1999
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OK now I really need help. I unplugged the monitor while my pc was running and plugged it back in. It now just gets the vertical lines. Also whenever it turns on or off the back of the monitor makes a little "blip" sound. Here is what the monitor looks like

have you power cycled it yet? not turning it on/of via button, acutely unplugging it from AC adapter waiting a few mins then plugging it back in?
side note, who still takes vertical photos in 2016!?
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post #1910 of 1999
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have you power cycled it yet? not turning it on/of via button, acutely unplugging it from AC adapter waiting a few mins then plugging it back in?
side note, who still takes vertical photos in 2016!?

Yeah Ive tried everything. Really starting to poss me off. I emailed greensum to see if he has any insight. I snapped that pic quick just incase it was going to go black, my bad haha. It still serves its purpose
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