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New Monitor Refresh Rate?

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June 21, 2012 6:56:52 PM

i just got a brand new monitor- the ASUS VS247H-P - and im having a problem with the Refresh rate. The specs of the monitor are 75Hz standard refresh rate, but when i play Deus Ex: Human Revolution with Vsync on, i get capped at 60 fps. My gtx 670 can handle over 100 fps but i want vsnc on at 75 fps. is this the monitors problem, the games problem?

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a c 102 U Graphics card
June 21, 2012 7:15:03 PM

go into nvidia control panel and look for the display settings....that will tell you what res and refresh rate you have set....if you can change it to 75hz there will be an option there for you to do so
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a c 193 C Monitor
June 21, 2012 7:59:47 PM

DVI is typically capped at 60Hz. Getting over 60Hz generally means using the old VGA cable and sometime lower resolution.
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June 21, 2012 8:42:22 PM

jaguarskx said:
DVI is typically capped at 60Hz. Getting over 60Hz generally means using the old VGA cable and sometime lower resolution.

how can i get to the 75hz with this monitor? im in the 1920x1080 native resolution but it wont let me go higher

would a "dual-link" dvi cable let me reach above 60hz?
a c 102 U Graphics card
June 21, 2012 11:27:34 PM

if I am not mistaken you could use an hdmi cable and be able to run at 1080p at 75hz....single link dvi 1080p at 60hz is usually the limit but you may be able to get there using a dual link cable but I think hdmi would be easier edit: Just looked at the specs of the monitor a little more closely I believe the monitor only supports 75hz refresh rate vertically which if thats the case you wont be able to set it to 75 in the control panel...you would be stuck with 60 no matter what cable you use
August 8, 2013 12:40:14 PM

drums101 said:
if I am not mistaken you could use an hdmi cable and be able to run at 1080p at 75hz....single link dvi 1080p at 60hz is usually the limit but you may be able to get there using a dual link cable but I think hdmi would be easier edit: Just looked at the specs of the monitor a little more closely I believe the monitor only supports 75hz refresh rate vertically which if thats the case you wont be able to set it to 75 in the control panel...you would be stuck with 60 no matter what cable you use


i got mine to set to 74hz wont do 75 sry......
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