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Operating at a slower than recommended refresh rate

My nec multisync fe700 is operating at a slower refresh rate than normal. how do i fix this problem?

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The refresh rate can be configured in Windows in the display properties. It does require that your monitor has been identified or configured, otherwise it can limit the refresh rate.
You can overrule the setting to not limit the refresh rate to compatible devices only, but be careful to not configure it too high as it can break your monitor!

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