Question about iiyama Vision Master Pro 510 22" CRT Monitor
My monitor dosn't hold the rfresh rate at 75Hz. if I put it at 75Hz after a week it will change back to 60 Hz.I need a fix for this ASAP please
SOURCE: refresh rate problem
It depends on your monitor. Some monitors don't support higher frequencies at higher resolutions. I wouldn't try to force it very much, as your monitor has built-in protection designed to stop it from operating at a higher frequency than it's capable. If you did find a way to work around that, you're likely to blow the monitor.
Posted on May 06, 2009
If your Operating system is XP , from your desktop , right click => properties => settings => Advanced => Monitor = set your desired refresh rate , then click apply and ok.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
SOURCE: refresh rates and resolutions
What's the question? There's no real need to go above 85Hz, I think in nvindia you have to go to an advance menu and you can force an output, google it.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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