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Miscellaneous test results and information about displays and related technology.

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V2 G-Sync Module Analysis

This post contains an analysis of the v2 G-Sync module's features and behavior. This analysis was performed with a Dell S2417DG, but is not intended to be a review of the monitor itself.   Input / Output This G-Sync module supports a single DisplayPort 1.2 input and a single HDMI 1.4 input. G-Sync is only supported over DisplayPort.   This monitor supports up to 165 Hz at 2560×1440 through DisplayPort. The timing parameters used by this monitor can be viewed her

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AOC G2460PF 120 Hz over HDMI Testing

AOC G2460PF 120 Hz over HDMI Testing

The AOC G2460PF supports HDMI 1.4. I will now demonstrate it operating at 1920 × 1080 @ 120 Hz over HDMI. These tests are performed with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti, which also only supports HDMI 1.4.   Display Settings Demonstration These settings show the G2460PF (EDID identifies itself as the "2460G4", Windows however does not read the name) connected via HDMI at 1920 × 1080 @ 120 Hz with full RGB color. A custom resolution was necessary to expose the 120 Hz option (CVT-

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ViewSonic XG2401 144 Hz over HDMI Testing

ViewSonic XG2401 144 Hz over HDMI Testing

The ViewSonic XG2401 supports HDMI 1.4. I will now demonstrate it operating at 1920 × 1080 @ 144 Hz over HDMI. These tests are performed with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti, which also only supports up to HDMI 1.4. Display Settings Demonstration These settings show the XG2401 connected via HDMI on both ends at 1920 × 1080 @ 144 Hz with full RGB color. These settings are available out of the box without requiring any overclocking/custom resolutions. 1080p 144 Hz was in fact selected

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How to Read the Product Description

"My laptop only has an HDMI port. I want to connect to the DisplayPort input on my monitor. Can I use this inexpensive DP to HDMI adapter I found on Amazon?"   To answer this question, we must apply some reading skills:                   No, you can't.

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