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Display - Missing 75 Hz Option

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6 minutes ago, Hi P said:

Monitor: VA2719-2K-SMHD

 

Frequency Horizontal: 15 - 120 Hz

Frequency Vertical: 25 - 75 Hz

 

This means I should be able to get 75 Hz, right?... I don't really now

 

I'm using HDMI 1.4 (I think, the cable came with the monitor) and according to the picture below it should be able to output 75 Hz at 1440p, since it supports up to 85 Hz.

 

350f24978b944ea857c3f1b73b993af2.png

 

But NVidia Control Pannel does not give me any option other than 60 Hz.

 

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Why and how do I fix it?

 

Thank you

You may need to set a custom resolution.

Monitor: VA2719-2K-SMHD

 

Frequency Horizontal: 15 - 120 Hz

Frequency Vertical: 25 - 75 Hz

 

This means I should be able to get 75 Hz, right?... I don't really now

 

I'm using HDMI 1.4 (I think, the cable came with the monitor) and according to the picture below it should be able to output 75 Hz at 1440p, since it supports up to 85 Hz.

 

350f24978b944ea857c3f1b73b993af2.png

 

But NVidia Control Pannel does not give me any option other than 60 Hz.

 

5dbd967a50bda901ee4e7b2cc75e40a5.png

 

Why and how do I fix it?

 

Thank you

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UPDATE:

 

So I saw a Custom Resolution button, can I just put 75 Hz and call it a day?

 

Or what precautions should I have?

 

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6 minutes ago, Hi P said:

Monitor: VA2719-2K-SMHD

 

Frequency Horizontal: 15 - 120 Hz

Frequency Vertical: 25 - 75 Hz

 

This means I should be able to get 75 Hz, right?... I don't really now

 

I'm using HDMI 1.4 (I think, the cable came with the monitor) and according to the picture below it should be able to output 75 Hz at 1440p, since it supports up to 85 Hz.

 

350f24978b944ea857c3f1b73b993af2.png

 

But NVidia Control Pannel does not give me any option other than 60 Hz.

 

5dbd967a50bda901ee4e7b2cc75e40a5.png

 

Why and how do I fix it?

 

Thank you

You may need to set a custom resolution.

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1 minute ago, Glenwing said:

You may need to set a custom resolution.

Are the settings on the custom resolution okay? (picture above)

 

or should I change something?

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7 minutes ago, Glenwing said:

Set timing to CVT Reduced Blank

Thank you, two last questions :D

 

1.- What's the reason behind 75 Hz not showing in the dropdown menu?

 

2.- Would putting 75 Hz manually (custom) count as an overclock and therefore reducing my monitor life span?

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23 minutes ago, Hi P said:

UPDATE:

 

So I saw a Custom Resolution button, can I just put 75 Hz and call it a day?

 

Or what precautions should I have?

 

1da907570223e467dc8ae99bdf86f99d.png

yep should be good. nvidia should see it set to 75hz too. I believe.. it been awhile since I have used this tool

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Is there a way to display the FPS output while on the desktop?

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fps wont do you any good as fps is frames per second that your gpu is pushing out. and has nothing to with how many frame you monitor can handle per second

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