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Can I Change The Refresh Rate On Lcd Moniters

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#1 megalo


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Posted 07 January 2006 - 01:11 AM

I have 2 lcd moniters. On one the refresh rate is said to be 75, the other it is said to be 60. I'm just wondering if it would be safe for me to change the refresh rate on the second to 75 via the ati's control center, driver program, thingy? Why or why not?
And if it will somehow change the fps in games and it what way?
btw the first moniter is an emachine 15 inch and the second is an Acer 19 inch with an 8ms ????? (i forgot what the 8ms refers to)

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#2 Salo


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Posted 07 January 2006 - 02:03 AM

Refresh rate is just the amount of times the image on the screen refreshes per second.
Its safe to change it, but do it through windows.

Its properties,settings,advanced,monitor tab.

It wont increase the fps in games, just make your eyes feel better on concetrating on the screen.

8ms is the response time.

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