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why can my monitor only do uhd at 60hz and not 244hz

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1 minute ago, nelska said:

No....Of your nvidia control panel with the 240 Hz setting applied....

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, jstudrawa said:

Yeah, it's a 240Hz 1080p monitor.  You may have the model number wrong, but it should do 1080 @240Hz.

OMG it does but why doesnt it say.. ultra hd 1080p? ill show you one more time..

https://imgur.com/a/Z2ZbmJ9

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10 minutes ago, nelska said:

OMG it does but why doesnt it say.. ultra hd 1080p? ill show you one more time..

https://imgur.com/a/Z2ZbmJ9

The option for 1920×1080 240 Hz is right there at the top of the PC section, so what is the problem? You are using a PC.

 

The "Ultra HD" section is for formats using CTA-861 blanking intervals, which are TV standards. High refresh rates usually aren't listed in that section, you access 120, 144, and 240 Hz from the PC section of the list as you see in your screenshot.

 

45 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

Edit:  The Acer kg251q is a 75Hz monitor, not a 240Hz. 

Acer makes 3 models all with the same name, there is a 75 Hz, 144 Hz, and 240 Hz version.

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2 minutes ago, Glenwing said:

The option for 1920×1080 240 Hz is right there at the top of the PC section, so what is the problem? You are using a PC.

 

The "Ultra HD" section is for formats using CTA-861 blanking intervals, which are TV standards. High refresh rates usually aren't listed in that section, you access 120, 144, and 240 Hz from the PC section of the list as you see in your screenshot.

ok, so one more time. If i want 1080p(full hd)... It has to be displayed at 60hz. https://imgur.com/a/PZGEe8P

thanks!

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4 minutes ago, nelska said:

 

FullHD IS 1920x1080, and you mintor allows it to be 240 Hz.

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He's caught up on the 1080 vs 1080p.  It's the same thing these days.  

 

 


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1 minute ago, jstudrawa said:

He's caught up on the 1080 vs 1080p.  It's the same thing these days.  

 

 

I don't think progressive scan can be displayed at 244hz it's too fast a framerate.

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its also definitely not the same thing.. because at 60hz 1080p i get 289fps. and at 1080 244hz i get 276fps. benchmarked. The faster refresh rate actually lowers my framerate.

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1 hour ago, nelska said:

its also definitely not the same thing.. because at 60hz 1080p i get 289fps. and at 1080 244hz i get 276fps. benchmarked. The faster refresh rate actually lowers my framerate.

Then definitely keep it at 60Hz 1080p, as it works better for you.

 

Nice monitor, enjoy it :)

 


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>Refresh rate changes frame rate

>Everybody has exited this thread

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7 hours ago, For Science! said:

>Refresh rate changes frame rate

>Everybody has exited this thread

Changing your refresh rate can result in a different frame rate. If you haven't seen this you need to play more buggy games.

 

@nelska 1080p is different than 1080i. 1080p is progressive while 1080i is interlaced. Just because it says 1080 and not 1080p does not mean that it is not 1080p. If you set it to 1080 240hz it's still going to be progressive. It's just not named the same for some reason.


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On 9/10/2019 at 4:21 AM, IDprofile said:

Changing your refresh rate can result in a different frame rate. If you haven't seen this you need to play more buggy games.

 

@nelska 1080p is different than 1080i. 1080p is progressive while 1080i is interlaced. Just because it says 1080 and not 1080p does not mean that it is not 1080p. If you set it to 1080 240hz it's still going to be progressive. It's just not named the same for some reason.

hmmm, Ok. thank you. Yeh, I wasnt sure if there was some fancy smoke and mirrors going on there behind the refresh rate. Maybe my eyes just feel more.. "relaxed" at 60hz.. it takes a while to settle in too cuz if you just set it youll get stuttering for a few minutes before everything tunes back down. I just got confused cuz there where two different options for the same resolution 1920x1080.. one being FULL HD 1080p and one being PC 1920x1080. So, I thought maybe they were altering the resolution. thanks!

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On 9/11/2019 at 3:47 PM, nelska said:

hmmm, Ok. thank you. Yeh, I wasnt sure if there was some fancy smoke and mirrors going on there behind the refresh rate. Maybe my eyes just feel more.. "relaxed" at 60hz.. it takes a while to settle in too cuz if you just set it youll get stuttering for a few minutes before everything tunes back down. I just got confused cuz there where two different options for the same resolution 1920x1080.. one being FULL HD 1080p and one being PC 1920x1080. So, I thought maybe they were altering the resolution. thanks!

Yeah, I think my 144hz monitor does the same for me a little bit when I switch it between different refresh rates. It also took me a minute to adjust when I upgraded from 60hz to 144hz. Would never go back now though.


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This was hilarious to read lol....


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Just talked to a buddy of mine who has a 21:9 resolution widescreen monitor. it'll only do 720p unless its at 59hz lol. itll only do 1080p if its at 59hz. lol.

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