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ascully 07-31-02 01:52 PM

Multi monitor refresh rate problem
 
I have a 19 inch viewsonic E90FB monitor and a KDS RAD5 TFT hooked up to my XFX Geforce 4 TI4400.

I usually use rivatuner to fix my refresh rate ingames but I have noticed since I got the new TFT I cant do this as it goes out of sync

Is there anyway to set the refresh rates for both monitors independantly for games, as it is i play games in 1024x768 on the 19 inch at 100HZ refresh but when I do set it like that the TFT is always out of range

Any help would be great

pelly 07-31-02 02:20 PM

You might find something in the nVHardPage utility:

http://www.guru3d.com/nvhardpage/

Let us know if that works out for you....

:D

ascully 07-31-02 02:33 PM

No its the same problem as rivatuner it sets both monitors refresh rates. I need something that can set each monitor independanly

PCarr78 07-31-02 02:37 PM

Re: Multi monitor refresh rate problem
 
Quote:

Originally posted by ascully
I have a 19 inch viewsonic E90FB monitor and a KDS RAD5 TFT hooked up to my XFX Geforce 4 TI4400.

I usually use rivatuner to fix my refresh rate ingames but I have noticed since I got the new TFT I cant do this as it goes out of sync

Is there anyway to set the refresh rates for both monitors independantly for games, as it is i play games in 1024x768 on the 19 inch at 100HZ refresh but when I do set it like that the TFT is always out of range

Any help would be great

Get SP3 for win2k. It fixes refresh rate bug

ascully 07-31-02 02:38 PM

Im using windows xp pro

saturnotaku 07-31-02 02:49 PM

Refresh Force is probably the answer to your problem. I don't have the exact link to download it, but if you head over to MajorGeeks they should have a link for you. Hope that'll help.

ascully 07-31-02 03:56 PM

That worked perfectly thanks a lot


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