You know, I've seen some damn long descriptions of where people live, and I was just wondering how freakin' long of a location they actually allow you to write in here. Looks like it's quite a bit. Oh well, if the space is here I'll use it!!! :)
It's probably using DCC information to report the maximum "supported" refresh rate. It may be hiding modes that the monitor thinks it donesn't "officially" support, and if so you can uncheck that box in the display properties. Depending on your video card and driver, you may be able to disable DCC information usage altogether.
------------------ Those who fear the facts will forever try to discredit the fact finders. - Daniel C. Dennett
IMO, Mr. Derek Smart is a hypocrite: Only someone who is either (a) lying (b) ashamed of their products (c) just plain ashamed, would hestitate to give out some simple and straight forward information. - Derek Smart, Ph.D.