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Monitor rings, ears bleeds.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Narcosynthesis, Feb 11, 2007.

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  1. Narcosynthesis

    Narcosynthesis Thread Starter

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    Ok, my ears don't really bleed, but it's pretty bad. Here's the deal-

    My monitor (INSIGNIA, what one exactly I don't know nor know how to find out) makes a horrifyingly high pitched ringing noise if I turn up the resolution too high. This occurs mainly in games, but sometimes on the desktop, too. Turning the resolution down immediately stops this. I've solved the problem, I know, but I'd like to know more about this and if there's a way to fix it as I like my games as pretty as they can get. ;D

    I've put the refresh rate down to 60hz, as that's the only fix I could think of, but the sound persists.

    Not sure if it could be related, but my video card is an ATI X850XT.


    Any help is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Skivvywaver

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    It sounds like you are pushing your monitor out of range. If you are not, then you have a big issue that only a new monitor can fix.

    Maybe if you want to toss money into something that is considered disposable maybe you could get the thing fixed......maybe.
     
  3. kiwiguy

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    Skivvywaver is correct, the deflection coils are resonating when pushed beyond their design limit or due to their age.

    There is nothing you really do, you need a monitor appropriate to or capable of using the settings you use.

    The above presumes it is a CRT monitor and not an LCD, which you fail to mention.
     
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