I'm trying to solve an apparent eye-strain computer use relationship. Please show me where I'm wrong about this! I think, when Windows XP reports (in Control panel/Graphics/Settings/Adv) that 60 Hz is the "optimal refresh rate" (also maximum) for a LG 22" LCD monitor configured for 1920 X 1080 pixels and VGA interface, XP reports what's in the monitor .inf file, and that the particular monitor can't run any faster, by design. The user's guide says Horizontal Sync Frequency is automatic in the 30 - 83 HZ range, and Vertical Freq, is 56 - 75 Hz, also automatically controlled. If I'm wrong (I want to be), Windows factors in info about the video card, Northbridge, and maybe the CPU as well. I want at least 70 Hz, but don't think I can achieve it with this monitor. Do I need to ditch the monitor, or is there something else that will bump up the refresh rate without buying a new LCD?