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post #121 of 134 (permalink) Old 09-11-2015, 03:46 PM
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There is and for a while has been the appropriate toggle driver-side in AMD Catalyst Control Centre, yes.

Thank you very much! Now I gotta take a decision. The S2415H looks cooler to me, but the P2414H got more features.

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post #122 of 134 (permalink) Old 12-29-2015, 02:25 AM
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I've been using this great monitor for a while now and I'm very very satisfied with my purchase. For a first, well almost a year I've used it OC'ed @ 80Hz with some nvidia control panel settings posted here I think with no problems at all BUT overall picture quality is pretty much worse than 60Hz/default settings. It is faster but that IPS quality was almost gone as if I'm on some TN panel. I was doing something wrong or there are some other NCP settings that will give you that same IPS quality with 80Hz ?

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post #123 of 134 (permalink) Old 01-13-2017, 05:10 PM
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using my custom timings i got 76hz on dvi. maybe try with display port?

http://prntscr.com/dvd94x

from what ive seen thats amazing on dvi so im gonna find a displayport cable soon and see if i can go past 80hz

seems like dell restrict the pixel clock to 16(3-5) im guessing 164MHz but display port is around 180Mhz
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post #124 of 134 (permalink) Old 09-12-2017, 07:38 AM
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Would the P2414h be enough of a noticeable upgrade for me to replace my Dell 2209WA? I’d like to upgrade to 1080p to complete my gaming setup, but what bugs me is the fact that the 2200WA is such a great monitor and I will not see a huge improvement other than a little more size.

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I had both, p2414h as expected is much better and can be also oc'ed to 75-80Hz. I think you wont regret it, if you buy it at the right price (by right price i mean quite lower than any 24" 120-144Hz monitor since you use it for games - i know non-TN panels are quite expensive).

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I'm in Canada and the best price I can find is $170 used, so I don't know if this is a good price for used.

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I'm in Canada and the best price I can find is $170 used, so I don't know if this is a good price for used.
Sorry i cant help you on this. Randomly searching i came across this if you are interested (its OT i know).

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With the better out of the box color from the U2414H, can the P2414H be matched either with the TFT central icc profile or custom settings? I'm really leaning towards getting this today.

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Well the wait is over, picked up a used one off a reputable seller on ebay for $145. Get it Wednesday, completes my setup that I'm going to stick with for a couple years now.

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These are such great displays. I still have mine in the original box, will probably keep it forever as a backup display. It's so good I just can't bring myself to get rid of it. Amazingly low input lag with great image quality. Mine can also do 80hz with no issues. Really a fantastic display all around, as long as you get a good sample I don't think you'll be disappointed.

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