I have a NVIDIA LCD monitor. When I go to NVIDIA X server settings display configuration, there's no listing there to change my LCD monitor from 60Hz to 85Hz which is the maximum setting my monitor allows.
In Windows I can select 60Hz refresh rate for my TV, however in Linux I can only select 50Hz; 50Hz is the default refresh rate of the TV but not the highest refresh rate (It's the default in Windows too, I have to manually set it to 60hz from Nvidia's control panel)This applies to both "nvidia-settings" and KDE's Display & Monitor Settings.
I installed the nvidia proprietary drivers with click-install and everything perfect, I have desktop effects working but the problem is that when you open the config. screen settings to make sure everything was really good, I get to screen unknown April.
i have 2 monitor that have different resolution which is 1440x900 and 1360x768. but the default settings for my 1360x768 monitor in nvidia-settings is 1024x768 and when i tried to change it to 1360x768 the screen is off the monitor or its out of it margin.
i hope i explained it well enough for anyone to understand my situation.
This is an amazing MONITOR technology that nVidia just invented --
nVidia G-Sync is a variable-refresh-rate monitor technology, that allows the monitor to immediately display frames "on-the-fly" from the GPU. Refreshing of the screen is no longer at discrete intervals! The refresh rate is no longer an exact metronome.
I'm using dual monitor on Ubuntu 12.10. Both monitor had same brand and type, the only difference is one using DVI cable and others using RGB. The DVI Monitor resolution are 1280x1024 and the other monitor are 1024x768. How I could change the resolution of my RGB monitor to be the same as DVI monitor.