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Hey guys. Im trying to get my desktop to 1280x1024. To do this, I have to set up the fglrx config for the ATI driver. These are my monitors specs: ...
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    monitor h-sync and v-sync config with fglrx in x windows


    Hey guys. Im trying to get my desktop to 1280x1024. To do this, I have to set up the fglrx config for the ATI driver. These are my monitors specs:
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    Horizontal: 30 to 64 khz
    Frequency - Vertical: 50 to 100 Hz
    Video Bandwith: 95 mhz
    Max resolution: 1280x1024 @ 60mhz (max)
    1024x768 @ 75/76 Hz (recommended)
    Anyway, these are my settings. I always run 1280x1024 on windows, I just want the same in Linux. Im scared of messing up my monitor by setting the options too high. What I need to know is what settings to choose in fglrx, thanks.

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    please help?

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    You may want to either tell us what monitor you have (different monitors are going to have different refresh rates) OR check out your monitor manual and see whats the optimal settings for vertical refresh and horizontal refresh is.

    then change that conf file accordingly
    /skythra

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