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Hey guys,

So I bought this monitor which is a TRUE 120hz monitor (so they say).

Anyway, I have two HD5870 2GB cards and in the CCC there is no option for me to change the refresh rate to 120hz. Only one I have is at 60hz.

Is this because this monitor only runs 120hz with 3D Vision for nVidia?
Is this monitor made for nVidia cards only and this is why I don't have 120hz option available?

Please help me out.
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Whats with the double post?
http://www.overclock.net/ati/946565-hd5870s-120hz.html

And back on topic, what version of catalyst are you running?
    
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most likely your using the wrong dvi cable?
    
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I am running Catalyst 11.2
The cable is a DVI-D Dual Link
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