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Windows 7: 59Hz

03 Feb 2012   #351

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by vamtheanomaly View Post
This recently just happened to me. It didnt "seem" to happen until I tried to mess around and add a dual monitor. I was like fine. I hate 60 hz as it is but Ive gotten used to it over the past 2 yrs.

I noticed it said 59hz. I may just have a sharp eye but to me it looked slightly "watered". Went to change it to 1920x1080 HD 60 hz and the highest it went was 59.

I said eff it and chose SD 1920x1080 HD 60hz. It took the setting and asked did I want to keep it. After saying yes it reverted back to the 59hz mode. I was like wtf. I didnt want unsintall drivers clean as nothing is technically "broken". Ill do a clean install when the next nvidia driver is released because I dont prefer custom modes.

Found this article.Followed instructions I had to manually add the 1 in the 60.0001.It still sets that back to 60.0000 but so far it looks like it used to so Ill take it. I have no clue as to what caused this cause I know for a fact it was on 60. I did notice that my HDCP status is now unlocked and it wasnt before, maybe if I can re-lock it, it would "fix" it. For now ill try this.

**EDIT....Dxdiag reports the monitor is running at 59 hz
it's a known issue in Windows 7, microsoft have acknowledged the fault and explained the cause and no action is needed as it's supposed to do that apparently Screen refresh rate in Windows 7 does not apply the user selected settings on monitors & TVs (that report specific TV compatible timings)

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12 Feb 2012   #352

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
silent hunter wont display go to nvidia contol panel adjust image set

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nubbage View Post
Hey all, I found something that is maybe the reason the custom resolution works for some of you and not for others. Apologies if this has been said before, not gonna read the entire thread.

The original instructions just say to create a custom resolution and then go straight to manual timing. This failed for me when I tried to put 60.001 "Test" went grey. What I did then was change the top number from 59 to 60. After that it let me use 60.001 in manual timing:
all i did was go to nvidia control panel by right clicking and were it says 3d setings click on adjust image with preview. then click on let the 3d application decide and presto hope iy works for u! it worked for me and i have both silent hunter 3 and 4. and im running windows 7 ultimate 32 bit. good luck
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