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(12-10-2015 04:13 PM)sanmal Wrote: [ -> ]work with all timings, its why i am sking:
Code:
1920x1080 @ 60.000 Hz (148.50 MHz) [+/+] <-default

1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (174.57 MHz) [+/-] <-standard
1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (185.63 MHz) [+/+] <-native
1920x1080 @ 75.001 Hz (164.61 MHz) [+/+] <-reduced
what of this more prefered for more stable (except default)?

Same for extension block, work with any of them.
Generally, the lower the pixel clock, the more stable the signal, but if it works, then it doesn't matter. The only issue is the video card might not clock down when idle with the "LCD reduced" option, but I don't know if that applies to the 8800GT. With DVI, you'll need the pixel clock patch if the pixel clock is greater than 165 MHz, but that doesn't matter with VGA. I don't know if the pixel clock patch works with the 8800GT.
(12-11-2015 04:54 AM)ToastyX Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-11-2015 03:01 AM)thathipsterasian Wrote: [ -> ]I'm having an issue with getting my BenQ XL2411Z to run at 144Hz through Windows settings. I have an i7 and an AMD Radeon HD6800. I've tried using the CRU and deleting all the detailed/standard resolutions and unchecking all the established resolutions and then creating a custom, but it still won't run at 1920x1080 @144hz. All drivers are up to date and neither AMD CCC, Windows or CRU seem to be able to give me 144hz.

Edit: Using a DVI-D cable with a DVI-I port don't know if that helps with anything... (For some reason this case only has two dvi-i ports and no dvi-d)
Try the other DVI port. 6000-series cards only have one dual-link DVI port. The other is single-link DVI.

144 Hz should already exist in the default extension block. You shouldn't need to use CRU to add 144 Hz unless you want to use a custom extension block. If you need to add it manually, you must use the "LCD reduced" timing option.

Well, i've tried both DVI ports and neither have done anything.
(12-11-2015 05:08 AM)ToastyX Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-10-2015 04:13 PM)sanmal Wrote: [ -> ]work with all timings, its why i am sking:
Code:
1920x1080 @ 60.000 Hz (148.50 MHz) [+/+] <-default

1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (174.57 MHz) [+/-] <-standard
1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (185.63 MHz) [+/+] <-native
1920x1080 @ 75.001 Hz (164.61 MHz) [+/+] <-reduced
what of this more prefered for more stable (except default)?

Same for extension block, work with any of them.
Generally, the lower the pixel clock, the more stable the signal, but if it works, then it doesn't matter. The only issue is the video card might not clock down when idle with the "LCD reduced" option, but I don't know if that applies to the 8800GT. With DVI, you'll need the pixel clock patch if the pixel clock is greater than 165 MHz, but that doesn't matter with VGA. I don't know if the pixel clock patch works with the 8800GT.
If i right understand about video card clock down, then most of 8800GT always work with same clock (have one 9800GT with same).
Sorry, but i am little lie with timings (because i check them without driver restart Angel, after restart use only native timing). Now check them all with restart and i have:
Code:
default-> 1920x1080 @ 60.000 Hz (148.50 MHz) [+/+] ->Eizo moire test 7/24-9/24 have horizontal waves/lines

standard-> 1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (174.57 MHz) [+/-] ->Eizo moire test 7/24-9/24 have horizontal waves/lines
native-> 1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (185.63 MHz) [+/+] ->Clear in tests (!!!)
reduced-> 1920x1080 @ 75.001 Hz (164.61 MHz) [+/+] ->Wrong picture
well, for normal picture optimal only native with 185.63 MHz.
Monitor and VC support DVI-D, and i bought double-link, just will recive it after 15 Dec. From description i understan what with DVI-D all must be ok without patch.
Thanks! Have only 1 last question in this time. In NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher thread
Quote:Compatibility:
Test mode is not required anymore. Test mode can be disabled using this: testmode.zip
what is "Test mode"?
(12-11-2015 06:54 AM)thathipsterasian Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-11-2015 04:54 AM)ToastyX Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-11-2015 03:01 AM)thathipsterasian Wrote: [ -> ]I'm having an issue with getting my BenQ XL2411Z to run at 144Hz through Windows settings. I have an i7 and an AMD Radeon HD6800. I've tried using the CRU and deleting all the detailed/standard resolutions and unchecking all the established resolutions and then creating a custom, but it still won't run at 1920x1080 @144hz. All drivers are up to date and neither AMD CCC, Windows or CRU seem to be able to give me 144hz.

Edit: Using a DVI-D cable with a DVI-I port don't know if that helps with anything... (For some reason this case only has two dvi-i ports and no dvi-d)
Try the other DVI port. 6000-series cards only have one dual-link DVI port. The other is single-link DVI.

144 Hz should already exist in the default extension block. You shouldn't need to use CRU to add 144 Hz unless you want to use a custom extension block. If you need to add it manually, you must use the "LCD reduced" timing option.

Well, i've tried both DVI ports and neither have done anything.

download wagnard's Display driver uninstaller
uninstall video drivers through control panel
reboot to safe mode / F8
run DDU in safe mode
reboot. reinstall video drivers.
Use the top port on the radeon (assuming normal atx layout)
(12-11-2015 08:33 AM)sanmal Wrote: [ -> ]Monitor and VC support DVI-D, and i bought double-link, just will recive it after 15 Dec. From description i understan what with DVI-D all must be ok without patch.
1920x1080 monitors don't support dual-link DVI unless it's a 120/144 Hz monitor. You'll need the patch with a single-link DVI monitor.

(12-11-2015 08:33 AM)sanmal Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:Compatibility:
Test mode is not required anymore. Test mode can be disabled using this: testmode.zip
what is "Test mode"?
Test mode is for loading self-signed drivers: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library...s.85).aspx
Quote:Test mode is for loading self-signed drivers: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library...s.85).aspx
I use Vista 32
Quote:You'll need the patch with a single-link DVI monitor.
You mean this?
https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Threa...ck-Patcher
(12-12-2015 06:21 PM)sanmal Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:Test mode is for loading self-signed drivers: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library...s.85).aspx
I use Vista 32
Quote:You'll need the patch with a single-link DVI monitor.
You mean this?
https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Threa...ck-Patcher
Yes, but I don't know if it works with the 8800GT, and I haven't tested the 32-bit version either.
(12-12-2015 10:23 PM)ToastyX Wrote: [ -> ]Yes, but I don't know if it works with the 8800GT, and I haven't tested the 32-bit version either.
Will try)
Hello, i am back Angel

1. DVI connected.
2. Patched (screens attached).
3.
standard-> 1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (174.57 MHz) [+/-] ->Input not supported
native-> 1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (185.63 MHz) [+/+] ->Input not supported
reduced-> 1920x1080 @ 75.001 Hz (164.61 MHz) [+/+]

with users resolution same thing:
CVT-RB-> 1920x1080 @ 75 Hz (174.57 MHz(standard?)) ->Input not supported
Auto -> 1920x1080 @ 75 Hz (?(native?)) ->Input not supported

8800GT/Vista 32

Patch or something else not work for me, any chance fix it?
(12-15-2015 09:32 PM)sanmal Wrote: [ -> ]standard-> 1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (174.57 MHz) [+/-] ->Input not supported
native-> 1920x1080 @ 75.002 Hz (185.63 MHz) [+/+] ->Input not supported
reduced-> 1920x1080 @ 75.001 Hz (164.61 MHz) [+/+]

with users resolution same thing:
CVT-RB-> 1920x1080 @ 75 Hz (174.57 MHz(standard?)) ->Input not supported
Auto -> 1920x1080 @ 75 Hz (?(native?)) ->Input not supported

8800GT/Vista 32

Patch or something else not work for me, any chance fix it?
The monitor might not support 1920x1080 @ 75 Hz with DVI. The patch is for driver limits, not monitor limits.
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