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I am running redhat 9 and KDE. When I type xvidtune a small little box comes up with various info relating to my monitors settings. I have a horizontal sync ...
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    xvidtune, need some info


    I am running redhat 9 and KDE. When I type xvidtune a small little box comes up with various info relating to my monitors settings. I have a horizontal sync of 79.98 and a vertical sync of 75.02. Does this mean my monitor is running at 75 Hz because I was used to running my monitor at 75 Hz in windows and I believe that is the optimal setting for my monitor. I have a viewsonic q95 19" inch monitor.

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    AFAIK vert. sync/ver. refresh is commonly referred to as refresh rate. so yeah taht sounds about right.

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    Yes, that's correct. An easier way to check is to run xrandr.

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    thanks for the tips!

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