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Go to the display control panel and click to the Settings tab. From there, click the Advanced button and go to the Monitor tab. From there, you can adjust your screen refresh rate.

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Go to the display control panel and click to the Settings tab. From there, click the Advanced button and go to the Monitor tab. From there, you can adjust your screen refresh rate.

Ive had that set to 85hz for like 2 years, but gta still runs on 60hz

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Just of couriosoty, but how do you know the game's refresh rate ?

I can tell straight away 60hz hurts my eyes, and when i press the menu button on the front of the monitor it tells me what hz its running at.

 

Desktop

H: 68.6 KHz

V: 85.0Hz

 

when GTA is running

 

H: 48.3 KHz

V: 59.9Hz

 

 

 

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Unfortunately, SA is locked at 60Hz. You can do nothing to change it.

 

And it's Hertz, not Hurtzzz. tounge.gif

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Unfortunately, SA is locked at 60Hz. You can do nothing to change it.

 

And it's Hertz, not Hurtzzz. tounge.gif

well it hurtzz my eyes xD was bad pun

 

anyway i found a fix, just use this program

 

http://dl.winsite.com/files/754/ar2/winxp/...refreshlock.zip

 

i was able to lock the san andreas hurtz to 85 easily this is very useful for people still using crt monitors.

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