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how do i go to the monitor hz setting in the registry editor?

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I am trying to go to the hz setting in the registry editor because i was unable to change the monitor orientation because it was greyed out so I went to the registry editor and clicked on rotation display and change the value from 0 to 1 and the orientation was not greyed out anymore therefore, I can change the setting to portrait. I am trying to find a setting in the registry editor so i can change the monitor hz since it is greyed out is there a way to change the monitor hz in the registry editor?

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4 minutes ago, johnny668687 said:

I am trying to go to the hz setting in the registry editor because i was unable to change the monitor orientation because it was greyed out so I went to the registry editor and clicked on rotation display and change the value from 0 to 1 and the orientation was not greyed out anymore therefore, I can change the setting to portrait. I am trying to find a setting in the registry editor so i can change the monitor hz since it is greyed out is there a way to change the monitor hz in the registry editor?

Why do you think that you need to change it?

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i am trying to change 60 hz to 144hz

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1 minute ago, johnny668687 said:

i am trying to change 60 hz to 144hz

Is the monitor a 144 hz monitor?

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1 minute ago, johnny668687 said:

yes

Why don't you change it in Advanced Display settings or Nvidia control panel?

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i have 144 hz but it only shows 120hz i was unable to change the monitor orientation because it was greyed out so I went to the registry editor and clicked on rotation display and change the value from 0 to 1 and the orientation was not greyed out anymore therefore, I can change the setting to portrait. is there a way to change the monitor hz in the registry editor?

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when i righ click and went to display setting  i was unable to change the monitor orientation because it was greyed out so I went to the registry editor and clicked on rotation display and change the value from 0 to 1 and the orientation was not greyed out anymore therefore, I can change the setting to portrait. is there a way to change the monitor hz in the registry editor?

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Have you ever considered that you have only HDMI 1.2 output support from your graphic card? The massive detail here is your system specs.

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32 minutes ago, johnny668687 said:

when i righ click and went to display setting  i was unable to change the monitor orientation because it was greyed out so I went to the registry editor and clicked on rotation display and change the value from 0 to 1 and the orientation was not greyed out anymore therefore, I can change the setting to portrait. is there a way to change the monitor hz in the registry editor?

What does orientation have to do with hz?

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it was just an example that u can enable the orientation in the registry editor when it is greyed out.

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5 minutes ago, johnny668687 said:

it was just an example that u can enable the orientation in the registry editor when it is greyed out.

As @Levent said, What is your GPU and what kind of cable are you using with it? And what is your specific monitor model?

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33 minutes ago, johnny668687 said:

is there a way to change the monitor hz in the registry editor?

No. Hz and resolutions are handled by the graphics card.

Open your GPU control panel and create a custom resolution if the drivers did not properly detect the resolution of your monitor.

 

If it fails to achieve 144Hz, then, one or a combination of the following may apply:

  • Your monitor cannot do 144Hz with the selected video input. Refer to the monitor manual.
  • The display cable you are using cannot do 144Hz at the specified resolution. Replace the cable with one that surpasses the specs of your monitor for a reliable connection. Or try a different cable brand, not all cables are made equally. Even some expensive cables cut corners, and simply overcharge you. Typically, the cables that come with the monitor are recommended as they tend to be certified.
  • Your graphics card cannot do more than what you are getting on the selected display video output. Try a different output if your monitor supports it.

 

 

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You might have to enable an "overclocking" feature in your monitor OSD to unlock it's highest refresh rate. It's the same thing with my monitor. With overclocking enabled it goes to 200Hz, without it i can just select 180Hz. I've had a few monitors that do that. To be clear it's not really overclocking and it won't damage anything. Just enable it when there's an option.

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They is few reason you may not get the suppose refresh rate

  • Your PC HDMI output is not the support version and not support the highest refresh rate. Normally this happen to most laptop HDMI output.
  • It required the DP connection instead of HDMI, due to HDMI is came with lower version.
  • Your DP / HDMI cable is older version that not support the refresh rate.
  • Your GPU unable to support such high refresh rate, this often happen to Intel Integrated GPU.
  • Required overclocking to get the highest refresh rate, normally this also means it will drop from 10-bit to 8-bit or from RGB to YCbCr422/444 and it do impact to color output. It depends on how sensitive your eye as some people may not able to distinguish the differences.

Changing the registry will not solve the issue, if not support means not support.

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i have an acer xf 250q 240hz monitor but when every i am in microsoft edge and i click on valorant my monitor just turns off it had never happen to my old dell monitor i have heard that people with acer monitors will have their monitor turned off after tabbing into a game how do i fix? when i tab in a game my monitor says no signal and turns off 

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2 hours ago, johnny668687 said:

i have an acer xf 250q 240hz monitor but when every i am in microsoft edge and i click on valorant my monitor just turns off it had never happen to my old dell monitor i have heard that people with acer monitors will have their monitor turned off after tabbing into a game how do i fix? when i tab in a game my monitor says no signal and turns off 

That usually means that you are trying to run the game in a resolution that your monitor doesn't support. Use a different resolution. 

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no, its native resolution 1920x1080 this had never happened to me when I was on a dell monitor only my acer monitor. Is there a fix? since I am on native resolution.

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14 minutes ago, johnny668687 said:

no, its native resolution 1920x1080 this had never happened to me when I was on a dell monitor only my acer monitor. Is there a fix? since I am on native resolution.

You are positive that the game resolution is set to 1920x1080? Absolutely sure?

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59 minutes ago, johnny668687 said:

no, its native resolution 1920x1080 this had never happened to me when I was on a dell monitor only my acer monitor. Is there a fix? since I am on native resolution.

Connect back your old monitor and change the resolution to 1080p or lower.

 

Another solution Google how to change resolution manually as certain games can change by edit the config file. 

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sometimes, when I turn on the pc the acer monitor does not turn on it just has a black screen. I would have to turn off and on the power switch on the bottom of the monitor do u know the fix?

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