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Refresh rates and resolutions

With my ATI Radeon GeCube 9550, I can pump up my 15" CRT monitor refresh rate up to 200 hz @ 1024x768 resolution while with the same monitor that I have, my new nvidia GeForce 8600 GT sonic+ can only come up with 60 hz @ 1024x768 or 85 hz @ 800x600.

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  • Isaac E Jun 15, 2012

    what monitor supports that? Im interested in getting a 200hz refresh rate.

  • Isaac E Jun 15, 2012

    what monitor supports that high refresh rate? Model name/number? Im trying to find a 200hz refresh rate monitor.

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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.

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