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Never really tried this method with my other monitors, they all max out on frequency and resolution quick.

Think its because this monitor is native 120hz I can get resolutions that high at 70-80~hz?

As far as I know, the 120Hz has nothing to do with it. It's more to do with total bandwidth, basically the larger the native resolution, the less room you have to go bigger. Something to do with a 165MHz pixel clock, at least on DVI. I'm uncertain how much more or less room there would be on other connection types. It's possible that a dual link DVI could go higher, but like I said, I'm really not certain exactly how all of this interplays.
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

Never really tried this method with my other monitors, they all max out on frequency and resolution quick.

Think its because this monitor is native 120hz I can get resolutions that high at 70-80~hz?

As far as I know, the 120Hz has nothing to do with it. It's more to do with total bandwidth, basically the larger the native resolution, the less room you have to go bigger. Something to do with a 165MHz pixel clock, at least on DVI. I'm uncertain how much more or less room there would be on other connection types. It's possible that a dual link DVI could go higher, but like I said, I'm really not certain exactly how all of this interplays.

Probably this cable with the full pin array.
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Anyone interested in down-scaling resolutions should be able to do it with nearly any monitor, even old CRTs (though not quite the same). The easiest method for me (Nvidia) is to raise the total horizontal pixels as high as I can without passing the 165 MHz, and then crank the resolution up to 2560x1600 for my 16:10. and 2560x1440 for my 32" 1080p. Down-scaling is awesome, and I'm not sure how I lived without it 'til now. It really makes using my 32" 1080p as a computer display a much nicer experience, even on the desktop. You lose sharpness on the desktop, though with my viewing distance, it can't be noticed. I've also been running my 1920x1200 at 2560x1600 on the desktop, and it's actually still really clear - kind of like a VGA cable versus DVI, or a slight downscale on a CRT. So I've essentially been using my 1920x1200 display as a 2560x1600 display for a good chunk of time since I did this. Games like Crysis 2 look absolutely stunning down-scaled, though my GTX 570 can only pull an average of 30 FPS with Maldo 4 maxed out (no particle shadows, everything else at max, even whatever settings they have for anti-aliasing)

Call of Duty - Modern Warfare 2

I can't remember, but I think these were down-scaled from 2560x1600, and also a custum ENB.



























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Black Ops II

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Why are all the characters so sweaty-looking?
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Why are all the characters so sweaty-looking?

maybe you should run around with a gun and get shot at and see if don't break a sweat rolleyes.giftongue.gif
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Why are all the characters so sweaty-looking?

Global warming is gonna be a serious issue in 2025?! So everyone is hot obviously.
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maybe you should run around with a gun and get shot at and see if don't break a sweat rolleyes.giftongue.gif
At least I'll be carrying around a tissue or napkin to wipe the sweat off my everywhere tongue.gif
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