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Different Hz with the same monitor

JuampiBoccagni
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Hi guys, here is my problem.

I have a monitor which is a Philips 223V5. It's an 1080p monitor and supports 60Hz, but with lower resolutions it can go up unitl 75Hz.

I used to have a desktop PC with an AMD processor and integrated graphics and i could use 1366x768 75Hz via HDMI. Now i have a Lenovo Ideapad 3 laptop and with the same HDMI cable i cant get to that Hz in that resolution.

I can use 75Hz but with different resolution (1440x900, 1280x1024, and other 16:10 resolutions). I'd like to be able to use 1366x768 75Hz since is my favorite resolution for gaming.

I didn't try to add a custom resolution by Intel graphic command center because i don't know how to do it safe.

Thanks in advanced!

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megan3000
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checking specs, 1366x768 75Hz is not a supported resolution, that's why igcc doesn't offer that resolution...

https://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/cpindex.pl?ctn=223V5LSB/00&hlt=Link_UserManuals&mid=Link_UserManuals&scy=US&slg=AEN

 

IGCC will only offer you the supported resolutions...

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JuampiBoccagni
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Yeah i see, i never though about searching that in the manual lol. Thank you very much.

Yesterday after posting the question i added a custom resolution, i added 1366x768 75Hz but the intel command center liked 1368x768 76Hz more, i don't know why but just in case i'm gonna to remove it

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megan3000
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Sure!

Yeah, IGCC sometimes may not take the custom resolutions (because they are not defined in the display supported resolutions)...

agreed you better use one of the supported ones 👍

 

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