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Big Boss
Big Boss

Re: High Vram Clock always!!!

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wim-bart wrote:

I have the same with two screens on 144Hz. So the 240Hz is not an issue at all. I can only solve it when i connect 2 screens of different make/model and scale one down to 120Hz or so.

I went for the 4K panel as feature films are not presented at the screen size.

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wim-bart
Adept II
Adept II

Re: High Vram Clock always!!!

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Step 1: I made custom resolution for screen 2, with 143Hz in the second box from above. And Selected CVT - reduced. pastedImage_1.jpg

Step 2: I did select the settings and assigned it
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Step 3: Try to set bit depth to 8-bits but does not allow me. So I can quit already, but thats not an option.  But OK i continue. And reboot.
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Step 4: Ok with one screen it does not work, I do the second one:

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Step 5: After reboot
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Then i tried:

142 instead of 143, no change

Until I got back to 1920x1080/60Hz. That worked. But we do not have a 1440/144Hz screen for that I think.pastedImage_6.jpg

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rawintellect
Challenger
Challenger

Re: High Vram Clock always!!!

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Your last screen shot shows 1080p. The other two were at 1440p. Can you try to make a 142hz display for 1080p? This is absolutely working for me running 1080p.

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rawintellect
Challenger
Challenger

Re: High Vram Clock always!!!

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Can you try it at 1080p?

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crusi
Adept II
Adept II

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With 1080p it works, but that can not be the sense when i have a WQHD monitor! 

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rawintellect
Challenger
Challenger

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Understood. I'm not saying it's a solution for everyone...but I wanted to be sure it does work on 1080p. Thank you for confirming this.

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wim-bart
Adept II
Adept II

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Only works is 1080p@60Hz, 1080p@120Hz does not work witrh my screens. Thew only things what get lower is memory usage. 

What works:

1920x1200 @ 60Hz

1920x1080 @ 60Hz

All lower resolutions @ 60Hz

Higher Resoultions = No success.

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wim-bart
Adept II
Adept II

Re: High Vram Clock always!!!

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Tested 1080p @ 118Hz, 1080p @ 142Hz - Neiter working.

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wim-bart
Adept II
Adept II

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Also tried it wit CRU and not working either. Only at 1920@60Hz

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rawintellect
Challenger
Challenger

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It must vary from monitor to monitor then. It works for me. Sorry to hear it does not work for you.

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