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Procedure to Change Monitor Refresh Rate in Windows 10

Procedure to Change Monitor Refresh Rate in Windows 10

Change Monitor Refresh Rate in Windows 10 – This article is beneficial for those who are fond of playing games on computers. If you see a flickering screen or stop motion effect during playing heavy games then read the full post provided here. This occurs due to inefficient synchronization of monitor refresh rate. In such case you need to change the Monitor Refresh rate. If you have an old graphics card and latest monitor with a high refresh rate then you will face this problem.

Some facts about Refresh Rate of a Monitor –

It is the measure of number of times the monitor updates with new information per second. The unit of refresh rate is Hertz. For Example, if your monitor refresh rate is 50 Hz. It means your monitor can update maximum 50 times per second. There are many monitors which come with 240 Hertz refresh rate. In such case your computer requires equal value of graphics card to make it efficient for playing heavy games. A user needs to resolve the flickering screen or stop motion effect via NVIDIA or AMD graphics card using advanced display settings.

Procedure to Change Monitor Refresh Rate in Windows 10

How to Change Monitor Refresh rate in Windows 10?

A user must know before changing, that not all monitors allow you to change the Refresh rate. If yes, Press ‘Win+I’ to open the Windows Settings. Now navigate to System followed by Display. On Right hand side of the screen you will find an option say Display Adapter Properties. Then click on ‘Display Adapter Properties’ and switch to ‘Monitor’ tab in Properties Window.

Here you find ‘Screen refresh rate’ having drop down values. Now select the one suitable to you and click on Apply followed by OK. Now check if problem is solved and exit the post.

Procedure to Change Monitor Refresh Rate in Windows 10

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