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so if you don't have 60HZ... what do you have??
and is this in game.. or like general windows?
 

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so if you don't have 60HZ... what do you have??
and is this in game.. or like general windows?

In Windows and some games are affected. Bad company 2 I think takes the info from my OS so its 59 in farcry 2 I can set it to 60... so I don't know In windows.. Definetly 60hertz won't stick. I'm stuck at 59 right now.
 

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honestly there is nothing to worry about if it's at 59Hz

Some applications will not display on windows mode if its not 60 hertz

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right click>Nvidia Control Panel>Display>Change Resolution>change to 60 Hz, try that...

No good
 

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Some applications will not display on windows mode if its not 60 hertz

Never heard or have had that problem. Care to elaborate which applications?
 

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Create a custom resolution 1920x1200 60Hz Progressive.

I have rarely had this happen, but without doing this Crysis will only do 24fps max, with the custom resolution I get full 60. It's something I've just learned to do after installing new drivers, whether I have an issue or not. Can't get around it on my system for some reason. Though I'm at 1920x1080 on an HDTV.
 
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Create a custom resolution 1920x1200 60Hz Progressive.

I have rarely had this happen, but without doing this Crysis will only do 24fps max, with the custom resolution I get full 60. It's something I've just learned to do after installing new drivers, whether I have an issue or not. Can't get around it on my system for some reason. Though I'm at 1920x1080 on an HDTV.

Didnt work...
 

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Tried reinstalling drivers using driversweeper in safe mode?
 

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Open up the OSD for your monitor. It should say what resolution and refresh rate you are running at.

The 59Hz is nothing to be worried about, a member at Guru3D explained more about it here. However, I do know that some games can be affected (Ex: BF2) since they require an exact refresh rate in order to run.
 

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Tried reinstalling drivers using driversweeper in safe mode?

yeah thats how I always do my drivers. just did the manual of 59.999 it seems to be working

edit1: NVM. bad company 2 still has no 60 option

edit2: worked after manually setting as 61. Thanks all ya'll
 

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used to also have this issue... 260 fixed it on my 480
 

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258.96 drivers and older have a 59Hz bug. The official 260 BETA drivers fixed this problem.

Otherwise you have to create a custom resolution in Nvidia control panel, and set the vertical sync rate from 60.000 Hz to 60.001 Hz.
 
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