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post #21 of 134 (permalink) Old 12-29-2013, 03:18 AM
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I'm running my at 75 Hz, seems to be stable. Haven't tried anything higher.

Thanks for replying mate. Think I'll try the DP cable tonight - if that doesn't work I've got a DVI-D cable on the way.

I want 80Hz!!

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DisplayPort did the trick smile.gif.

Perhaps you should update the overclock guide to explain you need to use the DisplayPort cable or DVI-D, and that it won't work with Single-Link DVI.

So pleased with this monitor.

Next step - Has anyone taken this monitor past 80Hz?
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When I boot CS:GO it reverts the monitor back to 60Hz, any idea how I can fix?


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Try adding -freq 80 to CS:GO launch options.

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Try adding -freq 80 to CS:GO launch options.

Thanks for the reply mate managed to fix it by using CRU instead of Nvidia.
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So has anyone had any luck taking there panel beyond 80Hz?
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I can not set it over 80Hz, neither have any issues on 80Hz too.

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Great to hear that this can overclock. I've been eyeing this monitor on Amazon for a while now.
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post #28 of 134 (permalink) Old 01-12-2014, 04:46 PM
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I grew tired of waiting for dell to release their U2312HM successor so I just bought the P2314H, using 1 and waiting for 2 others to arrive. I think I should have gotten the 24 inch version, I have a feeling that the panel used in the P2414H is better. But its still excellent nonetheless.

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For the people who have it overclocked, how much smoother is 80 Hz compared to 60?
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For the people who have it overclocked, how much smoother is 80 Hz compared to 60?
Well barely noticed any difference. Much bigger was the difference between flicker to flicker free transition than 60 to 80Hz.

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