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Is any one running an 75 Hz refresh rate on the U2713HM?
Just did it and it seems to be working
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My monitor will probably blow up tomorrow.

 

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Is any one running an 75 Hz refresh rate on the U2713HM?
I don't wanna break my new toy. . .but I'm tempted to see if I can. Decisions decisions. . .
 

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I don't wanna break my new toy. . .but I'm tempted to see if I can. Decisions decisions. . .
I'd over clock my toaster if I could.
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Just did it and it seems to be working
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My monitor will probably blow up tomorrow.

Thanks for confirming this. Great.
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I can bump it ro 92-93 still works. How do I get it to show up in games though?

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http://cdn.overclock.net/8/80/80b34c10_snapshot4.jpeg

I'm in the list, made this stupid sceen with laptops webcam.

I like mine, runs pretty good with one 7950
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I can bump it ro 92-93 still works. How do I get it to show up in games though?

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Make sure it's enabled in the Nvidia control panel but also in your screen resolution properties, see my picture above.
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i think the club could also be made official, maybe opener should send a pm to admins?

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I'll wait until we get a few more members
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Starting to get tempted by the sales....how does this monitor compare to the Asus PB278Q and Viewsonic VP2770? Will be using it for gaming.

Not sure how much response rate/input lag would matter to me since I've been using a Samsung 32'' LED HDTV without noticing any laginess while playing BF3
 

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Starting to get tempted by the sales....how does this monitor compare to the Asus PB278Q and Viewsonic VP2770? Will be using it for gaming.

Not sure how much response rate/input lag would matter to me since I've been using a Samsung 32'' LED HDTV without noticing any laginess while playing BF3
Go for it
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The response times on all three monitors are very similar, there really isn't any noticeable difference between them. The VP2770 comes out on top because it has the least overshoot but it's also quite a bit more expensive. I haven't noticed any ghosting or input lag at all while gaming, if you are considering it then I'd definitely recommend it. In my eyes it's either the U2713HM or VP2770, we could use another member though
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Is there any way to OC the refresh rate with an AMD GPU? I can't seem to find anything in the catalyst control center that would let me override the default refresh rate restrictions, so I am assuming I would have to download a third party utility.

I notice no input lag on my U2713hm in gaming either.
 

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Is there any way to OC the refresh rate with an AMD GPU? I can't seem to find anything in the catalyst control center that would let me override the default refresh rate restrictions, so I am assuming I would have to download a third party utility.

I notice no input lag on my U2713hm in gaming either.
Pretty sure there is a way, Google is your friend
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Don't think it's as simple as it is with Nvidia cards though.
 

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i went with u2713hm because of premium panel quarantee = 1 bright pixel and you get replacement, tough you would get none with up to 5 black pixels, well at least thats what they say in eu

was thinking between hp zr27w decided to go with dell

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Also managed to bump my refresh rate up to about 90-ish, anything beyond 95 gave me an error message saying it wasn't supported or something like that. Still pretty neat
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Also managed to bump my refresh rate up to about 90-ish, anything beyond 95 gave me an error message saying it wasn't supported or something like that. Still pretty neat
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Awesome.. I only have the kahunas to keep a 75 Hz refresh rate.

It might be safe to say to 'some degree' that 75 Hz is a safe zone for those concerned and wanting to try to raise their refresh rate if the monitor is capable of 90 Hz. Will be testing that to confirm if that's the case with my U2713HM as well by tommorow. I've found my current PB278Q has a 85 Hz maximum refresh rate and seems to be the norm. Nice little free boost.
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i think the club could also be made official, maybe opener should send a pm to admins?

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As the thread builds and becomes a watering hole for U2713HM owners.
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Speaking of owners.....my U2713HM in delivery today. Unplugging this monitor after this post.
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I realize the temptation to just respond "google it" may be strong, but the reason I asked was because I had already tried this, and was unable to find a solution for AMD monitor overclocking. As you can imagine, searching "AMD monitor overclocking" returns a whole lot of results that involve CPU and GPU overclocking, but very few that say how to OC a monitor's refresh rate with an AMD card. All of the guides I have found talk about Nvidia setups.
 

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I realize the temptation to just respond "google it" may be strong, but the reason I asked was because I had already tried this, and was unable to find a solution for AMD monitor overclocking. As you can imagine, searching "AMD monitor overclocking" returns a whole lot of results that involve CPU and GPU overclocking, but very few that say how to OC a monitor's refresh rate with an AMD card. All of the guides I have found talk about Nvidia setups.
I can't find anything. Only this:
http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-AMD-ATI-Pixel-Clock-Patcher
I've never heard of it and don't know how effective it is. It might be a good idea to make a dedicated thread, I'm sure someone knows how to do it
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