GeForce GTX 460 not picking up refresh rate on modern LCD monitors in Windows XP Posted December 19, 2022 · Edited December 19, 2022 by Rod Steel I remember about 10 years ago i read about it and now i totally forgot. I was thinking today about this and did not remeber. I do not have 144Hz monitor so i can not test solutions that i read today in internet. So... https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?t=75570 Many years ago nvidia drivers have check-mark "Treat as HDTV", which can be unpicked. But it no longer there perhaps it hidden and needed some reg file to be activated, nvidia did such tricks long time ago with hidden options in drivers. Also i am not sure that would help. So my idea that you can create an alternative driver for your monitor using 2 methods: 1) Program Monitor Asset Manager (MonInfo) - "App can both read and write data in number of formats. It can also generate INF files, which can be used as custom monitor driver." I assume you can edit that .inf file to add needed refresh rates. https://www.rarst.net/software/moninfo/ 2) Method that i found on some old google cache text: Quote We make a display driver (.inf file) with Rivatuner v2.24 and to the column [Mon.AddReg] add or change the line HKR,"MODES\1920,1080",Mode1,,"157-170,120-160,+,+". We put in manual mode and veil of 144 Hz in the list of supported. I'm sorry i did not find anything else. Only that.