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NEC Multisync FP1375X

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In my neverending quest/fetish for a high resfresh rate I whipped out my dad's old NEC monitor that he used to use for CAD and whatnot.

The specs on this thing list it as running at 1600x1200 @ 102Hz(V) - not too shabby.

Problem is my computer recognizes it as a "Plug and play monitor" and at 1600x1200 will only allow me to set the Refresh at 60Hz. Granted I use Nvidia to override it but it looks like crap.

I've had no luck finding the drivers for this specific model as every udpdate to the drivers has failed.

I found some RAR Archives with a ton of .ICM files but I have no idea where to put them.

So I two questions (sorta)

1.) Is the fact that the drivers aren't installed the reason for me not being able to crank the refresh rate up?

2.) Anybody know where to find this model support? Not even NEC has it listed on their site and this monitor isn't THAT old

-Thanks OCN
    
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Update...

Got the drivers...still can't go above 60Hz on this thing at all while running at 1600x1200

Driver issues with my GFX CarD?
    
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