Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by iMav, Jan 20, 2007.
how do i decide which is the best suited refresh rate for my monitor
the more, the better.Select the highest r-rate which your monitor supports.Preferably 85Hz.
max option 75 and the display kinda becomes blurry and the screen shifts ..
85hz is generally used.....
Which monitor do you have and how old is it?
The higher, the better; mAV3.
So, in the Display Properties->Advanced->Monitor tab, check Hide modes the monitor cannot display and then select the highest. Usually required @least 75Hz.
The old refresh rate of 60Hz causes the display's image to flicker, causing eye fatigue and headaches in users. The new standard of the refresh rate is 75 Hz. A min refresh rate of 72Hz eliminates the flicker. For a monitor larger than 14" diagonal measurement, 75Hz or more is a more appropriate setting.
Note that not all refresh rates are available at all screen resolutions, so if you want to crank the rate higher, you may have to sacrifice resolution.
What's ur resolution? Lower it & u might get higher refresh rates. Try other rates.
I THINK THIS IS UR CASE... Some monitors give a blur @ 1024x768 & 75Hz, but work well @ 800x600 & 60Hz, although both r supported!!!
I've a Microtek monitor which works that way.
Just try the resolution-refresh rates combinations... something'll click.
generally 85 hz is used..I m also using 85 hz.But it depend on ur moniter and graphics card.I will suggest you to do a hit n trial method.
If you have a good graphic card and at least a 17" monitor then you may get 100mhz. I work on 19" Viewsonic and get 100mhz. However, hit and trial is better. Go higher trying each resolution and if your monitor supports the highest then that is the one for you.
all u ppl who think im using shivaji's monitor .... guys i hv a samsung lcd 17" Syncmaster 740N .... with a fx 5200 .... and i hv told u the problem with the display being set to 75Hz
You would be able to run 85 or 90 mhz in that as I can do it in my other machine with almost same config. 75 or lower would give you flickers and headaches.
flickers as in what the screen does go blank for a split of a second .... thts wen i realised something is wrong .... i dwnldd the drivers from samsung's site and now i hv only 60, 70 and 72 options available ...
ok searched wikipedia ....
go thru the thread ul find it
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