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post #1101 of 26161 (permalink) Old 05-11-2013, 04:06 PM
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So if I can run 100hz is there are reason not too? should I run it at 96hz instead?
96hz will play 24fps content (most movies) cleanly. 100hz will have playback issues as stated in previous posts.

IMO, a 4% drop in total potential FPS is worth it for smoother video playback.

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96hz will play 24fps content (most movies) cleanly. 100hz will have playback issues as stated in previous posts.

IMO, a 4% drop in total potential FPS is worth it for smoother video playback.

I watch movies in my 100Hz CRT and dont see any issues

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I watch movies in my 100Hz CRT and dont see any issues

Than you eyes are not able to see a 4 frame pull down effect but that doesn't mean others won't and doesn't mean that having a direct multiple of 24 is not very beneficial.
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I wouldn't go that far. I am only tried a new cable cause I had one at the office. What happened to this other dude and having to reboot is a different story...at least at this point. I'd prefer it not do that but it may mean nothing.

I guess when I uninstalled Flux it didn't uninstall correctly and was still kind of running, so when I had the monitor profile running it was causing problems with certain websites or something. I could ctrl+alt+delete and shutdown but I couldn't get the loop to stop.

I was about to leave after I made that first post so I didn't have time to try things. The profile I was running was still giving issue though, so I just deleted it and haven't had a problem yet.

It was the one from this post: https://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/500#post_19886135
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Hello everyone, I recently purchased a 30" Crossover, My question is this: When my monitor is in sleep mode, and when there is silence in the room (late hours) i can hear a light "humming" noise coming from the power brick. Does any of these 2 monitors have a similar issue with the power brick?
My Qnix comes with a TEKA 12V 5A power brick.
It has small high pitched noise audible to me in a quiet room at a distance of 30 cm or closer.
For comparison, my Intel SSD 330 has humming noise audible at 60 cm.
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96hz will play 24fps content (most movies) cleanly. 100hz will have playback issues as stated in previous posts.

IMO, a 4% drop in total potential FPS is worth it for smoother video playback.

Ah ok, I don´t watch movies on this monitor, I have a TV for that.. so I guess I´ll stay at 100 and try 120 again with a new cable.

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Has anyone had their monitor go into a sort of test loop before? I was just sitting here browsing and mine went into a loop of test screens like solid colors and colored bar screens. I could still hear the video I had playing, but I had to restart my computer to get it to stop. simply turning the monitor off and on wasn't enough.
My Qnix displays the test loop for 3 seconds everytime the computer boots.

It also goes into test loop everytime power management asks the monitor to sleep when the computer is still running.
The test loop wakes/returns to Windows properly after any mouse movement.
The monitor turns off properly only when the whole computer is sleeping/suspending/off.

My hardware configuration is non conventional: Intel HD Graphics and single link DVI cable.
I also tried AMD card with dual link DVI cable and the same monitor did not exhibit this strange behaviour.

My suggestion is try another video card and cable.
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Get them more when you use the computer / tv / phone / gameboy / other devices with screens more?

I'm always on the computer when I'm home, so yeah. I'm also one of those people who forget to blink when playing games.
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My Qnix comes with a TEKA 12V 5A power brick.
It has small high pitched noise audible to me in a quiet room at a distance of 30 cm or closer.
For comparison, my Intel SSD 330 has humming noise audible at 60 cm.

I have that issue with my Monoprice monitor. I never got close enough to it to confirm that it was the power brick and not the backlight/pcb/panel. Something I read online said that it was something to do with the backlight and said it's a common issue in lcd screens in general. I did notice it was loudest when the screen was mostly white like with Firefox on my homepage in fullscreen mode. Kinda annoying and the best I figured out for now was to just have music going even really quietly in the background when not gaming or watching movies. You might also try turning the brightness up all the way on the monitor itself and if the noise goes away you can just adjust the brightness back down in your nvidia/catalyst control panel. Supposedly the noise tends to be louder the more you dim the backlight, although this fix didn't work for me with the CrystalPro.
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