Question Windows recognizes my monitor as 75hz even though it is 60hz. How do I fix this?

Magastem

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Windows 10 Pro 21H2
Monitor is an ISP 1080p 60hz (Also confirmed in its own settings, it cannot go further than that)

How do I stop Windows from incorrectly judging my monitor to be 75hz?

I have it set to 60hz on settings but games and other softwares will straight up go for 75hz regardless. If it cannot be fixed, can I circumvent it somehow?
 

Magastem

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ISP or HP? In either case, what's the model of the monitor? As for refresh rates, check this out;
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/change-your-display-refresh-rate-in-windows-c8ea729e-0678-015c-c415-f806f04aae5a

I asked for the monitor's model in order to look for drivers meant for your platform.

It's an LG ISP monitor with the model stated as 24MP400/MP40B/MP44B

Also, yes my Windows settings is set to 60hz.

Nvidia Control Panel is set to 1080p, 1920 x 1080 (native) at 60Hz under the "Ultra HD, HD, SD" section. However, below it there is a "PC" section in which the 1920 x 1080 is set to 75Hz, which is NOT selected but it exists there for some reason.

To show what I'm mentioning above, I posted these two screenshots. I'm not being able to properly put images here so I'll put the link: View: https://imgur.com/a/TgkgaAe
 

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