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hi i got this old AOC monitor. on the back it says the model name is "4Dlr", but no specs! nothing on google either. so my question is very simple: ...
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    old AOC 4Dlr monitor -- what specs??


    hi
    i got this old AOC monitor. on the back it says the model name is "4Dlr", but no specs!
    nothing on google either.

    so my question is very simple:

    WHAT are the MONITOR's vertical and horizontal REFRESH RATES?
    That is: what should i put after HorizSync and VertRefresh in my xorg.conf?

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    Hi and Welcome !

    Try generic refresh rates.

    Code:
    Horizsync       30.0-60.0
    VertRefresh     50.0-70.0
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    thanx for the reply, but i already got it working using "generic" specs (the ones automatically chosen by the xserver).
    but i want to get the max out of it without the risk of frying the monitor. (i know, it's probably worth no more than 5 buck, but i'd like it to last till i get my syncmaster back)

    anyone happen to have the same model (or the manual) who can tell me the exact specs?

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    Generic Specs should work fine. You can get max output using correct Video Driver and Resolutions only.
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