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i don't use graphic intensive apps but it always occurs after sleep mode and requires a hard reboot. I haven't experienced any side effects, but use the tweaks at your own risk!I don't know exactly what they do. Thanks for the help guys, I wouldn't have thought gpu scaling would have that effect. All of these encounter the problem described,without the fix.

Yesterday I took time to set up Windows MediaCenter for a try. So minimum number of background tasks is always the best solution.Try to keep epg grapping in such time of the day that you are not using the system, as it might So, if you're just reading this thread and this problem affects you, try the workarounds, particularly disabling Aero as it is the easiest and most effective, and hang in there until When it's on my secondary monitor, it gets progressively worse over time the longer it's sitting there. have a peek at these guys

Dual Monitor Refresh Rate Problem

Currently ATI has also problems with Vista and Windows 7 also. Luckily for me, the Dell's manual does show that running on VGA, the monitor can reach a full 60Hz. The video was just choppy, not the audio, just the video.

Fix:http://pastebin.com/FFDbubw9 Undo:http://pastebin.com/zA8CJY06 (P.S. Turning transparancy off does help allot. There were lots of dual monitor issues in early Windows 7 drivers from both sides, but they usually manifested themselves in gray/black screens and crashing. Dual Monitor Lag Posted Jan, 05 2011 15:24 Permalink Mar 12, 2016 Overview Content Tools Add-ons Activity      About The ProjectThe vision of the MediaPortal project is to create a free open source

My framerates dropped completely after plugging this new monitor in Only way that i found to get stable 40fps (from 1-3fps) again was to disable that LG completely.. :? 144hz And 60hz Dual Monitor Recent Posts Menu Log in or Sign up [H]ard|Forum Forums > [H]ard|Ware > Displays > For all our Overclockers!!!!! - - - - Intel Kaby Lake Core i7-7700K Overclocking Preview @ Saturday, September 17, 2011 1:25 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have tried multiple video cards and cables and it is not the issue. https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1201545 http://forum.team-MediaPortal.comIGPIntegrated GPU, meaning display adapter is integrated  into motherboard.StutteringMeans that video freezes for a short period of time.

My page on Video Card Problems is now my most popular landing page. Windows 10 Disable Aero Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? After many years of avoiding the issue by only playing games in Exclusive Fullscreen Display Modes, it was finally eventually fixed a couple months after Windows 10 was released with the Definitely not going to buy a second 120hz monitor because I really need one of my screens to have a half decent resolution and 1080p is crap for everything but gaming.

144hz And 60hz Dual Monitor

In experimenting, I found doing this aggravates the problem to an extreme. my review here Edit: So I've solved all of my performance issues by plugging in my second monitor in to a second GPU I had laying around. Dual Monitor Refresh Rate Problem Disabling Aero is out of the question, as it also disables VSync (critical for LCDs, especially when gaming) and makes the UI ugly to boot. Dual Monitors Stuttering Here is my reproduce steps: 1.

You can view the fix below.You can then save it as a .reg file and import it into your registry. If the overall framerate for one viewport (in my case, the secondary monitor) is high, and Aero interactions on the other monitor cause its framerate to become high as well, choppiness Final, the default settings for refresh rate changer are optimized for Blu-ray, NTSC & ATSC.The table looks like this, if display can handle all these refresh rates: NameFrame rate(s)refresh rateCINEMA23.97623CINEMA242424PAL2550PALHD5050NTSC29.9759NTSCHD59.9459ATSC3060ATSCHD6060 If display cannot This because the way Windows XP, Vista and 7 are designed by Microsoft. Dual Monitor Stuttering

experimentation. I believe FrameRateMin tells the Desktop Window Manager that it's crucial to try to keep the framerate at or above the value specified (more details below), and Force10Level9 sounds like it On another hand TV companies do it all the time when they have to fit certain movie into timeframe in schedule.You must also set Reclock as audio renderer for video types Check your adapter’s capability from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Video_Decoder.INTELWith INTEL one should have at least G45 chipset.

The framerate hit for me only seems to be associated with my increased resolution... Asus Vg248qe They want the fastest framerates, highest benchmark scores, (longest cards *cough*) and could care less about customers or quality until there are enough complaints. DXtory also takes 3-4 F12 keypresses before it finally hooks the game for some reason, but doesn't display any errors in the log.

Hopefully, one day nVidia and MS can sort this out!

If this article is anything to go by, Force10Level9 makes Aero run exactly the same as it does with older WDDM 1.0-only drivers like 182.50:http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=637&pgno=1The long version: Well... I was able to do one more thing.There is an undocumented registry key which allows you to fine-tune the Desktop Window Manager's scheduling. You can check NVIDIA adapters and their HD capability from Wikipedia. //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PureVideoATI:With ATI’s terminology Hardware assisted decoding is UVD. Nvidia Drivers The fact that everything performs just swimmingly without Aero interaction proves this is a bug *somewhere*.

A bit of background first. I guess it was always still there (Even when messing with the scaling options) it was just that scaling minimized the issue. No difference in performance, with an inactive secondary monitor. It IS possible that you might have a monitor about to fail, or the cable may be bad.

Reason for this is that manufacturers often tweak reference drivers for their own purposes and maybe there is something in Hardware that they have fixed with own version of the driver. Other Here is how: 1. I haven't seen the problem since. Decided to replace the Samsung with a Dell U2410, so I'm using that with the 2408 in a dual monitor setup.

I've been doing some reading on this and it appears to be a issue with W7 and differing display refresh rates. Even having OBS encoding (just a black screen) in the background without DXtory actually capturing yields ridiculously sporadic performance. Video may appear heavily corrupted. I just don't understand how upgrading my video card has caused a downgrade in performance.

I haven't experienced any side effects, but use the tweaks at your own risk! Their motherboards are garbage, and apparently their drivers are the same.So here are your choices: stop using NVIDIA, stop using multiple monitors, or stop using Aero. I believe FrameRateMin tells the Desktop Window Manager that it's crucial to try to keep the framerate at or above the value specified (more details below), and Force10Level9 sounds like it You can check them from these threads: http://forum.team-mediaportal.com/general-development-no-feature-request-here-48/mediaportal-audio-renderer-better-video-playback-quality-84441/ and http://forum.team-mediaportal.com/general-development-no-feature-request-here-48/mp1-evr-presenter-dshowhelper-community-development-81148/Some of the users have reported that EVR presenter of above thread has helped a lot for playback quality.

In Europe PAL is used, so Ine should set refresh rate to 50Hz. My graphics card is a GTX 560 Ti, with 2gb Vram (so plenty for driving both monitors at 1920 x 1200), and I've got the latest drivers/patches and everything is up cybereality, Sep 25, 2011 cybereality, Sep 25, 2011 #6 Nov 17, 2011 #7 xxzoomyxx n00bie Messages: 4 Joined: Nov 17, 2011 lockdown571 said: ↑ What graphics card are you using? Muf, Feb 9, 2013 #5 Krazy Town drunk Moderator it sounds like weird things are happening because your monitors are different refresh rates, especially since setting your second monitor to 60hz

I just tried updating to 296.10, and the problem came back. Edited by AlistairG87 Thursday, September 08, 2011 12:21 PM added detail Thursday, September 08, 2011 12:18 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Alistair, how are both of these Design from Audentio Design.