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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 00:53 
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Admin Update 19-Nov-09:
I am working to overhaul the Master Monitor List. Going to stop doing the individual monitor pages, and expand the info on the list itself. I have added a column for 57Hz support. You can see it by clicking on the "Monitors" link in the left nav.

KNOWN WORKING AND NOT WORKING MONITOR LIST FOR 5040x1050 @ 57HZ

HUGE thanks to allanstrings for starting this idea. You can find his original message/idea in the third post down.


When you are 100% sure one way or another please post in this format ...


KNOWN WORKING:
Samsung 2043BWX

or

PROBLEM MODEL:
Acer P241wb

Any additional information about the symptoms/functionality of the monitors would be greatly appreciated.
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Monitors are organized alphabetically by Manufacturer. Exact model numbers are listed, along with any additional notes about the functionality of the monitor
LAST UPDATE [scavv] : 14 November 2009
[list]Problem models:

[*]Acer AL2216W :?: (Although tested OK @ [email protected])[/*:m]
[*]Acer B223w (3x 1680 results in 3x 1280)[/*:m]
[*]Acer H243Hb Mid[/*:m]
[*]Acer P241wb[/*:m]
[*]Acer P223W (VGA)[/*:m]
[*]Acer V223W (3x 1680 results in 3x 1280)[/*:m]
[*]Acer x193w+[/*:m]
[*]Acer X203W+variants[/*:m]
[*]Acer X223W[/*:m]
[*]Acer X233H
[/*:m]
[*]AG Neovo H-W22 :?: (user couldn't do 5040, though it's not entirely clear that a single one won't display [email protected])
[/*:m]
[*]Asus VW223T[/*:m]
[*]Asus VW222U
[/*:m]
[*]BenQ FP222W :?: ([email protected]8Hz appears to be the minimum)[/*:m]
[*]BenQ G2400WD/T
[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2007WFP
[/*:m]
[*]Iiyama E2207WS
[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2233BW (works at [email protected] Hz for 30 secs, then an OSD message pops up and the screen turns blank, no way to circumvent it)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2253LW (same issue)
[/*:m]
[*]Sceptre X22wg-Naga[/*:m]
[*]Sceptre x22HG : "Sceptre Tech support said that no 22 inch monitors support the 57hz refresh rate. - blkraven"[/*:m][/list:u]

[list]Known working:

[*]Acer P223W (DVI version ONLY)[/*:m]
[*]Acer P224W[/*:m]
[*]Acer X223Wabd
[/*:m]
[*]AOC 2217v[/*:m]
[*]AOC 2434PW
[/*:m]
[*]Asus VK222H[/*:m]
[*]Asus VW198T[/*:m]
[*]Asus VW224U[/*:m]
[*]Asus VW246H
[/*:m]
[*]Benq E2400HD (VGA)[/*:m]
[*]BenQ FP202W[/*:m]
[*]BenQ FP241W[/*:m]
[*]BenQ G2000W [/*:m]
[*]BenQ G2200W[/*:m]
[*]BenQ G2412HD[/*:m]
[*]BenQ G2420HD
[/*:m]
[*]Chimei CMV221D
[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2001 FP[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2009W[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2208WFP ("I have to run the scaling at 1:1 for 5040x1050 to work properly. Otherwise it cuts off the bottom of the screen. 4320x900 (and everything else) is fine with "fill" scaling. The OSD shows 5040x1050 at 57Hz." - Ibrin)[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2209WA[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2405 FPW[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2407[/*:m]
[*]Dell 2408[/*:m]
[*]Dell E2009WFP (Affirmative from Dell Tech Support, but unconfirmed by users)[/*:m]
[*]Dell E228WFP[/*:m]
[*]Dell E248WFPb[/*:m]
[*]Dell SP2208WFP[/*:m]
[*]Dell U2410F
[/*:m]
[*]DGM L-2249WD
[/*:m]
[*]Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo SL 3260W (tested/used in combination with GTX295 and 182.06)
[/*:m]
[*]Gateway FHD2401[/*:m]
[*]GE L1916HW
[/*:m]
[*]HP 2207
[/*:m]
[*]LG L227wtg[/*:m]
[*]LG 227wtp-pf[/*:m]
[*]LG W2252TQ[/*:m]
[*]LG W2343T[/*:m]
[*]LG W2452V
[/*:m]
[*]NEC MultiSync 20WGX2
[/*:m]
[*]Packard Bell Viseo 230WS (1080p monitor)[/*:m]
[*]Philips 220CW9 :?: (you may have to turn SmartImage off in the OSD first.)
[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2032MW (whistles at 57Hz?)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2043BWX[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2053BW[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 220 WM [/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2243BWX (OSD Message initially. Press menu to clear.)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2253LW/BW (OSD Message initially.)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 225BW[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 226BW Type A (OSD Mesage initially.)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 226BW Type C modelcode LS22MEWSFV/EDC (no annoying OSD message!)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 226 cw (OSD Message initially. Press menu to clear or wait 60seconds.)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2333SW (Possible degradation over time? [here] )[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2433BW (GeForce 175.19 drivers.)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2443BW[/*:m]
[*]Samsung 2693HM[/*:m]
[*]Samsung T220 :!: (Xav: OSD Error comes up, I pressed the Auto Adjustment button on the monitor, hasn't come back (Been over 24 hours)[/*:m]
[*]Samsung T240HD
[/*:m]
[*]Soyo DYLM24E6
[/*:m]
[*]ViewEra V202D a.k.a. V202D-B
[/*:m]
[*]Viewsonic VA2216w :?: ([email protected] works; The Beard reports no success @5040, but it's probably a driver/GXM issue)[/*:m]
[*]ViewSonic VA2226w[/*:m]
[*]Viewsonic VX1940w[/*:m]
[*]Viewsonic vx2025wm[/*:m]
[*]Viewsonic VX2235wm[/*:m]
[*]Viewsonic VX2240w[/*:m]
[*]Viewsonic VX2262wm
[/*:m]
[*]VideoSeven V7 L22WD (Valk followed mattsimis's instructions to setup the custom res in nvidia cp)
[/*:m]
[*]Westinghouse LCM-22W2[/*:m]
[*]Westinghouse LCM-22W3
[/*:m]
[*]Zalman Trimon 22" ZM-M220W[/*:m][/list:u]


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 02:29 
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well i cant help you with it but

/signed

such a list would really help


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 07:25 
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Original Message from allanstrings ...

I recently upgraded my multi-monitor setup to include a DTH2G, and I love it, but one of my monitors cannot handle the 57hz refresh apparently. I have 2 Chimei CMV-221D 22" TN displays that work great, never had a bit of trouble from them and they run at just about any refresh i have tossed at them, and I have an Asus VW223T 22" that works very well at 60hz, but cannot handle anything else, despite the manufacturer's data saying it will do 56-75hz. When running at 57hz, it has terrible ghosting that is visible for over 5 seconds on bright colors, and the backlight flickers rapidly sometimes. I have never seen these problems when it was running standalone.

I am going to move the Asus to the far right of my setup and use it for a TV/console display, and get another monitor for my center spot... however I haven't been able to get another matching Chimei (Newegg doesn't stock them anymore, and Ebay scares me for a monitor). With the Asus' specs claiming it can handle 57hz, and clearly unable to, I am worried about purchasing another monitor blindly. Can anyone vouch for a 22" that is confirmed working at this refresh?

We should start a list of known working and non-working models to help out those who are system building so they can avoid this pitfall...


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 11:17 
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The "known working" list is a MUST, thanks for that :)
Hopefully I'll be able to add the ViewSonic VX1940w (19" but 1680x1050) to it soon... *crossing fingers and counting days before the mailman's coming*


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 12:53 
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I can confirm that my VW198T would boot into Windows fine. Except that two of them were DOA, so only the left most showed. I could swap cables and pick up the 2nd and 3rd images for verification. Assuming it's 57Hz on the windows desktop, that one was good.


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 13:20 
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I believe the Samsung SM-2253LW will work, I set [email protected] and dualhead [email protected] I believe my 9800GT drivers are stopping me from confirming 3x1680x1050.


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 20:45 
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KNOWN WORKING:
Samsung 2043BWX


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 21:09 
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Great idea guys ... :D

So ...
When you are 100% sure one way or another please post in this format ...


KNOWN WORKING:
Samsung 2043BWX

or

PROBLEM MODEL:
Acer P241wb


I will then update the 3rd post.

Ibrin is that 100% confirmation ?
Mud ... I would need 100% confirmation from you too.

Thanks guys.


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2008, 21:31 
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I can 100% confirm that they worked.


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PostPosted: 11 Sep 2008, 22:17 
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Paddy, I've ordered a 280 so will hopefully confirm on Monday. In the meantime feel free to prune my posts.


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