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04-05-2021, 02:49 AM
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(03-29-2021 03:37 PM)MarquisGGs Wrote:  Still doesn't really make sense to me Sad, I added a 1750x1080 360hz resolution in display 2.0 extension block? Also the "starting point DAT's" don't have a display port 2.0.
Make sure to delete the default extension block. Then you can add a DisplayID extension block. I recommend DisplayID 1.3 because that's more supported.
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04-05-2021, 02:49 AM
Post: #5772
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(03-30-2021 10:12 AM)h1web Wrote:  I tried it with this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyTsD8FqQC0
i know that it doesnt support 360 hz so i tried 240 but still cant get it to work ?
am i doing something wrong?
CRU does support 360 Hz. Delete any default extension blocks. Then add an extension block and choose DisplayID 1.3 for the type. Then add a detailed resolutions data block and add the resolution you want. You might also have to add the native resolution at 360 Hz as well.
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04-05-2021, 02:49 AM
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(03-31-2021 02:44 PM)spyshagg Wrote:  Using CRU to Delete resolutions on AMD doesn't work. One way I'm investigating to solve this, is to dump my TV EDID information, and create a custom inf file, and install that inf file in my monitor driver in windows..
It should work, and creating an .inf file is the same as using CRU. What exactly did you try?
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04-05-2021, 02:55 AM
Post: #5774
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(03-31-2021 03:22 PM)mycop Wrote:  I add Audio Section with 5.1 LPCM (also TrueHd) After, restart system. however I cant choose nothing except 2.0 in HDMI audio connection setting (Realtek audio port can do it)
What i do wrong?
Did you try configuring the speakers? https://appuals.com/how-to-configure-and...indows-10/
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04-05-2021, 06:47 AM
Post: #5775
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(04-05-2021 02:55 AM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(03-31-2021 03:22 PM)mycop Wrote:  I add Audio Section with 5.1 LPCM (also TrueHd) After, restart system. however I cant choose nothing except 2.0 in HDMI audio connection setting (Realtek audio port can do it)
What i do wrong?
Did you try configuring the speakers? https://appuals.com/how-to-configure-and...indows-10/
this is exactly what I described. There is no multichannel audio in the list, only stereo. Therefore, I ask. Does CRU affect this at all?
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04-06-2021, 04:36 AM
Post: #5776
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(04-05-2021 02:47 AM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(04-04-2021 07:20 PM)falcao123456 Wrote:  Hey guys. I have a doubt and I would like to know if you could help me. I have a Samsung Syncmaster 794mb Plus monitor and the vertical frequency limit is 160Hz and the horizontal frequency is 71Hz. I would like to know if it is possible to force a vertical frequency of 170Hz and horizontal frequency for 81Hz?
Any CRT monitor with an OSD will reject resolutions outside of operational limits, so you can safely try it and see if it works.


Thanks.
But I still don't understand. Is it possible to increase the factory limits? as the limit is 160hz can i increase the vertical frequency to recognize 170hz? Or will the monitor deny the change?
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04-06-2021, 10:47 AM
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(04-05-2021 02:49 AM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(03-31-2021 02:44 PM)spyshagg Wrote:  Using CRU to Delete resolutions on AMD doesn't work. One way I'm investigating to solve this, is to dump my TV EDID information, and create a custom inf file, and install that inf file in my monitor driver in windows..
It should work, and creating an .inf file is the same as using CRU. What exactly did you try?


On the active display on CRU, I deleted every resolution except the 1440p@120hz (which is in the Extension Block). After doing that, windows still had every resolution available. It did not change anything.
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04-06-2021, 03:49 PM
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does cru work with intel[/size]
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04-06-2021, 05:46 PM
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RE: Custom Resolution Utility (CRU)
(04-05-2021 02:49 AM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(03-30-2021 10:12 AM)h1web Wrote:  I tried it with this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyTsD8FqQC0
i know that it doesnt support 360 hz so i tried 240 but still cant get it to work ?
am i doing something wrong?
CRU does support 360 Hz. Delete any default extension blocks. Then add an extension block and choose DisplayID 1.3 for the type. Then add a detailed resolutions data block and add the resolution you want. You might also have to add the native resolution at 360 Hz as well.

I've tried adding a displayID 1.3 and also tried a 2.0 to try to lower my refresh rate to anything between 300-360 on native resolution and all I get is the black screen on the aw2521h. I've seen a streamer actually overclock this monitor to about 390hz and he said he had success using the displayID but I cannot get it to work for me. Not exactly sure what I'm doing wrong. If anyone else had any success with overclocking or even underclocking the alienware 360hz monitor i would love to know how they did it.
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04-07-2021, 08:44 PM
Post: #5780
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Hello,

Im using a QX 2710 with a Vega 64 with only a DVI-D output. I can overclock easily to 96Hz, but as soon as I add the HDMI block in CRU it has a lot of artifacting. Underclocking the monitor below 55Hz also results in problems. Could this be an issue with my cable, or perhaps the graphics card? I have tried many combinations except for a different cable and gpu.
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