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Is Automatic - LCD native more accurate than Automatic - LCD standart?
Automatic - LCD native gives me 72.000 hz, while Automatic - LCD standart gives me 72.002 hz? which ones is better, monitor is Dell U2913WM video card is GTX 1050 Ti.
Hello guys, i need to remove all the (TV) low refresh rates from the extension block for a game that is forcing my game to work at 24hz but my extension block is empty, what should i do? i imported my EDID from Moninfo but didnt work, is still empty so the game keep forcing the 24hz, i know people is fixing this bug with CRU but i cant, the game is Black desert online, help pls
(06-29-2017 11:18 PM)HuMa Wrote: [ -> ]Hello guys, i need to remove all the (TV) low refresh rates from the extension block for a game that is forcing my game to work at 24hz but my extension block is empty, what should i do? i imported my EDID from Moninfo but didnt work, is still empty so the game keep forcing the 24hz, i know people is fixing this bug with CRU but i cant, the game is Black desert online, help pls
What GPU and TV do you have? Are you using HDMI? You can delete the extension block and make your own. As long as 24 Hz doesn't exist in CRU, it shouldn't exist at all. If you're using HDMI, you'll need to include HDMI support. You can import hdmi-audio.dat to take care of that. If the TV supports HDMI 2.0 (required for 3840x2160 @ 60 Hz), then you'll need to manually add an HDMI 2.0 data block as well (default settings are fine).
(06-29-2017 10:12 PM)Siso Wrote: [ -> ]Is Automatic - LCD native more accurate than Automatic - LCD standart?
Automatic - LCD native gives me 72.000 hz, while Automatic - LCD standart gives me 72.002 hz? which ones is better, monitor is Dell U2913WM video card is GTX 1050 Ti.
Neither is more accurate. The refresh rate = pixel clock ÷ horizontal total ÷ vertical total. The pixel clock is limited to two decimal places, so it's not always possible to get an exact value. Even if it's exact, there's no guarantee the hardware clock would match perfectly. Just use whatever works. "LCD native" just uses the 60 Hz "LCD standard" timing parameters because that sometimes helps with TV resolutions. I also have a tool for calculating the totals necessary to get exact refresh rates: https://www.monitortests.com/pixelclock.php
(06-29-2017 06:32 PM)viv1d Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, I have a Viewsonic 27" 2778-SMHD 1440p monitor and a gtx 1080, the highest ive been able to get is 62 hz out of it. Is this the max my monitor will allow? Ive tried literally every setting and cant get it any higher.
2560x1440 @ 60 Hz monitors with scalers are usually not overclockable.
(06-29-2017 04:00 PM)xXxhp Wrote: [ -> ]Hello, I have asus pg258q 240hz monitor. Atm my pc still building and I'm using laptop with intel hd 4600 graphics through hdmi. I'm using recommended drivers from thread - 15.40, but still can't get anything above 60hz (out of range error on monitor). Any advice? Sorry if questions like this to annoying
To get higher refresh rates with that monitor, you need to use DisplayPort, not HDMI.
(06-29-2017 09:38 AM)casetero Wrote: [ -> ]I was a happy user of CRU with an overclocked monitor LG 34UM88 up to 75 Hz of refresh rate. It was paired with a raedon 390 at it worked flawless. Now i´ve upgraded my rig and i have adquired a 1070 from NVIDIA and i´m capable of create a new profile of the monitor with the CRU at 75 Hz as well as with the NVIDIA control panel, but it doesnt work nicely. Both of them work with the same kind of weirdness.

When i try the UFO test it runs weird at this refresh rate, with the 390 it worked nice. When i try the UFO test with 75 Hz i can see the alien stoping and going, stoping and going ( if i run it with 60 Hz it goes smooth like butter). When i run games like dota i can see it runs weird too. I know this monitor is freesync capable, but i dont think this can affect to the UFO test or games like dota, as my rig can run this graphics without problem and it should run the 75 Hz or 75 FPS with no downrates at all.

What can be going on?? How can the graphics card affect to the overclock of the monitor? Is there something i can modify in the configuration of CRU that can solve my problem? I have become a 75 Hz player and cant return back now.
That monitor requires FreeSync to get 75 Hz. Without FreeSync, it acts like a 60 Hz monitor and skips frames at higher refresh rates.
Ok, Sad

Thank you for your hard work!!
(06-30-2017 04:19 AM)ToastyX Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-29-2017 11:18 PM)HuMa Wrote: [ -> ]Hello guys, i need to remove all the (TV) low refresh rates from the extension block for a game that is forcing my game to work at 24hz but my extension block is empty, what should i do? i imported my EDID from Moninfo but didnt work, is still empty so the game keep forcing the 24hz, i know people is fixing this bug with CRU but i cant, the game is Black desert online, help pls
What GPU and TV do you have? Are you using HDMI? You can delete the extension block and make your own. As long as 24 Hz doesn't exist in CRU, it shouldn't exist at all. If you're using HDMI, you'll need to include HDMI support. You can import hdmi-audio.dat to take care of that. If the TV supports HDMI 2.0 (required for 3840x2160 @ 60 Hz), then you'll need to manually add an HDMI 2.0 data block as well (default settings are fine).

Its a HP 60hz PC Screen connected by DVI to a 7970 GPU
Hello i just accidentally clicked delete on on detailed resolutions and now when i boot up it says to reset it to 19201080 60hz but i can't. i really need some help asap. thanks
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