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When I first encountered the lag, I updated to the latest beta. I've now upgraded to 3 monitors (one 120Hz). when moving a window for instance? Please retry your request. check over here

Disable Aero entirely (less desirable). To my surprise, this did not resolve the issue. (Both monitors still connected via DVI, neither has HDMI or Displayport.) After doing more troubleshooting, including multiple suggestions from this thread, I Frontpage news Digital Photography, Home and Portable Electronics Tablets and Smart Phones The HTPC, HDTV & Ultra High Definition section Videocards Videocards - When 120hz and 60hz the result is really smooth with slight input lag that isn't too bad.When aero is disabled any combination of refresh rates works perfectly.My question is: Is there http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/300277-aero-causes-lag-when-2-more-monitors-enabled.html

Lag On Second Monitor

i did some testing and what i found is for me anyway, the video gets corrupted after waking from sleep mode. LOL, that comment should probably be rescinded around now . Things that i am going to try: Set the BENQ to 60hz and look if its still stuttering. I normally use a high DPI gaming mouse (set fairly low), if I use this whenever I move the window between screens it tries to snap unless I move it very

  • Disable transparency effects.
  • Itis looking like OS is helping change the size of desktop picture on secondary display, but the speed is not as fast as possible thus users see the action of changing
  • Just ran a FurMark test between fix applied and no fix.
  • Re: Stuttering when aero enabled (multiple screens) Robin Labadie Jun 10, 2015 3:42 AM (in response to RoninEdits) Thanks again, i feel less lonely thanks to you, at least somebody understands
  • Sunday, March 18, 2012 11:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I was just about to try this.
  • Aug19,2015 (modified Aug19,2015) •#3 Binary Fortress Administrator @Missiles: On the Settings > Window Management tab, just disable the "Enable maximized window dragging" option, and that should fix up that issue Aug20,2015
  • And i'm a pretty advanced user considering formatting as a humuliating failure...
  • I have 2 GTX 470's Does anybody know if this stupid annoying problem is also in Windows 8?
  • Screenmanually set to 24Hz, and played a 720p MKV file - without anyjerkiness what so ever!

Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I watched a previous video I had and the framerate is smooth at 60fps with CBR enabled. Aug5,2015 •#2 Hey i'm a little late here, but i'm having a similar (possibly the same) problem... 144hz And 60hz Dual Monitor Stutter Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support General Discussion » User Name Remember Me?

I didn't try windows 10 yet but i'm pretty sure the issue is still there... solved Will a 144hz monitor work with a 60hz monitor and dual 6950's? I also noticed no difference in Physical Memory usage as reported by Task Manager. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1989259/dual-monitor-input-lag-performance-issues-144hz-60hz-aero.html I have dual monitors.

I've bumped a thread on the NVIDIA forum, but seeing as it's coming around to 5 years since this thread was started, I don't believe it will ever be fixed. Second Monitor Video Lag Windows 10 Using NVIDIA Control Panel to control monitors doesn't break Window snapping, but WindowsKey+Left/Right maximize the current window in the left/right monitors instead of just moving them over. My graphics card is a GTX 470. My secondary monitor (at the time 60Hz) had the same problem.

Dual Monitor Lag Windows 10

anymore news? click to read more There could be literally thousands of things I could try, and the drivers were amongst the first. Lag On Second Monitor Video plays fine on my primary monitor but is not smooth on my second monitor (a 42" plasma television). Dual Monitor Lag Windows 7 Fix:http://pastebin.com/FFDbubw9 Undo:http://pastebin.com/zA8CJY06 (P.S.

The high-framerate application on the secondary monitor (or in OP's case the left monitor) need not be graphically intensive whatsoever. Basically developers had to do something like this (Not a recommended solution for graphically intense software): if (DWM.isEnabled()) {
present();
DWM.DwmFlush();
} else {
waitForVBlank();
present();
} I've checked the NVidia control panel - it's already set for Multiple monitor performance mode and adaptive power settings. I just hope its not the same with 500series, but so far it ain't that pretty. Dual Monitor Stuttering

Previously it was an NVS-295 and a pair of Dell E207WFP panels at 60hz, so no cross-display mismatch ( I don't think) I had the same graphics card at home with I also tried replacing the PSU, RAM and removing the soundcard. Tuesday, March 23, 2010 6:23 AM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote (Latest update) This is the best I can do to alleviate the problem, and does reduce its this content i did some testing and what i found is for me anyway, the video gets corrupted after waking from sleep mode.

I would assume that it's something related to monitors itself but who knows. Gtx 970 Dual Monitor Lag My primary monitor, the Dell, allows me to select 75Hz as the refresh rate at low resolutions. Page 2 of 3 < Prev 1 2 3 Next > Jollyriffic Active Member he's doing dual monitor also with the same resolutions and games?

I can't make surround kick in.

i also noticed that at the transition of a moving window from panel to panel it gets pretty laggy.ones for sure though 120-144hz monitor rock!! it was still being sent a 60Hz signal. TheHunter View Public Profile Find all posts by TheHunter (#16) Y1ROK Member Guru Videocard: GTX 670 Asus DirectCU II Processor: i5-2500K Mainboard: ASRock Z77 Extreme4 Memory: DDR3 Kingston Dual Monitor Fps Drop Is it indicated to be compatible with Windows 7?  Arthur Xie - MSFT Thursday, November 12, 2009 9:24 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote same issues here with

This can also cause some lag. Plug both monitors into your HD7950. Any suggestions on what to do? Re: Stuttering when aero enabled (multiple screens) Robin Labadie Jun 15, 2015 9:48 AM (in response to Robin Labadie) So, one more time i've got a too unusual configuration, and already