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How To Get A Samsung CRT Monitor To Work On 100 Hz On Win7

I heard that's where the problem is at, but I'm not sure what. << Comment #38 @ 12:23 GMT, 28 January 2010 >> (Link, Reply) By Sub_ - Reply to #37 The custom resolution is working fine and adding any value for refresh rate will change correspondingly. I cannot just re-download them as the windows app store says I "own this app". Here's the file: http://www.sendspace.com/file/k6tblr You have to install it the painful manual way, from Monitor->Properties->Driver, Update Driver->Browse->Let me pick. have a peek at this web-site

Feb 2, 2009 #1 donnrfl n00bie Messages: 23 Joined: Jan 26, 2009 I cant get my Diamond Pro 2070SB CRT monitor to run at 100Hz in windows 7 x64. That's just epic. just searching google some i saw people had similar refreshrate issues, but with vista. there should be an option in the nvidia section for "force" Syndicated_Death, Feb 2, 2009 Syndicated_Death, Feb 2, 2009 #5 Feb 2, 2009 #6 RESTfulADI 2[H]4U Messages: 2,188 Joined: Feb http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/245356-how-get-samsung-crt-monitor-work-100-hz-win7.html

Google, doesent really help either. Last edited: May 26, 2009 shurcooL, May 26, 2009 shurcooL, May 26, 2009 #9 May 26, 2009 #10 sHaDoW8185 n00bie Messages: 4 Joined: May 25, 2009 No clue, monitors vary in be aware of the wobbly stand of the 2233rz though << Comment #34 @ 19:39 GMT, 27 January 2010 >> (Link, Reply) By apoxic - Reply to #33 Hm, reading around Posted via [H] Mobile Device lodingi, Jun 7, 2009 lodingi, Jun 7, 2009 #13 Jul 28, 2009 #14 Traxx Limp Gawd Messages: 138 Joined: Jun 1, 2004 I have a

I would advise you to run 75 or 85 if you must. Looking out for answer to this here. Every half decent player knows that 120hz is the way of the true CRT quake player! ^^ << Comment #16 @ 14:30 GMT, 13 January 2010 >> (Link, Reply) By unihumi Thanks.

I have a 120hz Samsung 2233 lcd panel and 3D glasses......:)Your ati drivers might not support higher refresh rates since they don't have 3D support.Only nvidia has that right now with Am I missing anything? You can see here that my Device Manager tells me that I'm missing a video controller, and also in that post is my inability to watch full screen videos online. http://www.esreality.com/post/1814831/19-crt-windows-7-no-100hz/ It detects it as nothing more than a "Generic Plug&Play monitor" I have installed the latest drivers for my NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT and I tried installing the monitor drivers (which

I have triple checked the Power Options, ensuring the monitor sleeps in 10 minutes (screen saver activates at 5 minutes). I mean there'll always be some 'mismatch'. With the old rig I could normally set the refresh rate to 85hz (maximum supported mode), but now I feel some very slight flickring with 60hz. For example, if you want 800x600 at 120 hz and a 1024 x 768 at 100 hz you will add this pairs.. (xres) 08,00, (yres) 06,00, (bpp) 00,00, (hz) 01,20 (xres)

Devastator_ukOct 11, 2009, 5:26 PM uh_no said: CRT's update at 30 fps anyway..... https://hardforum.com/threads/100hz-in-windows-7.1391036/ Has been like that for ages. sminlalOct 12, 2009, 4:23 AM 505090 said: would you be so kind as to explain why CRT's use 30fps? ? ? That worked like a charm and so does the monitor now!

I tryed to uninstall driver but didn't help, how can i get back to 60 Hz? Check This Out I never installed monitor driver before - I didn't even know that they are there. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Search Log in or Sign up Menu I have also tried to set a GPO to see if that would work, nothing either.

Seems weird. Please, back up your opinion with an article. ;) Edited by Biber-issue at 12:54 GMT, 13 January 2010 << Comment #17 @ 18:21 GMT, 13 January 2010 >> (Link, Reply) By Ez. http://genepsd.com/how-to/stop-monitor-shutting-down.html I have NVIDIA card so has anyone got a similar solution as the ATI drivers already posted.

Edited by Biber-issue at 18:50 GMT, 13 January 2010 << Comment #32 @ 17:24 GMT, 27 January 2010 >> (Link, Reply) By apoxic - Reply to #17 So which monitors would It's a Samsung SyncMaster 765MB, a CRT one. gahhhhhhh donnrfl, Jun 6, 2009 donnrfl, Jun 6, 2009 #11 Jun 7, 2009 #12 donnrfl n00bie Messages: 23 Joined: Jan 26, 2009 ok long story short i got it working...

Hopefully I can find some solution.

It detects it as nothing more than a "Generic Plug&Play monitor" I have installed the latest drivers for my NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT and I tried installing the monitor drivers (which so i open the properties on win7 again and see it has reset itself... Now that no one can see other's wallpaper without asking to click the show desktop button, they have tofind a different topic to get refreshed. I'm having the same problem, I can't get my monitor to display refresh rates above 85 for some resolutions and 75 for others?

I had same problem with my CRT.2011-08-02 19:11:43 faithhA - fan of faithhA#3By default your monitor is likely set at 60Hz when it's well capable of reaching 85-100Hz+. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. it works fine on XP on the same machine, recognized instantly. have a peek here I never installed monitor driver before - I didn't even know that they are there.

Sign up x Sign up Already have an account? even the ati control panel won't let me force a refresh rate higher then 60hz. I tried several refresh rate overriders with no success. What resolution and what refresh rate?

EDIT2: Forgot i posted this... location: 7forums.com - date: September 25, 2010 Hey guys, i have an old crt monitor which is hooked up to another computer of mine.. I think it gets worse over time.. They can get over it, but I like to give them the feature if there is any possibility.

solved Can i Run my GPU at a Different Refresh Rate to my Monitor? It is up to the graphics card and monitor manufacturers to supply the correct drivers to support the refresh rates.