Seablade, I know what issue he's having because it's common to the 9750. The screen on this machine runs at either 61hz or 62hz. It will not run at any other frequency. I know the above works in SuSe because the person I got it from (somewhere in these forums) was using suse. For some reason the default nv driver correctly detects the proper frequency, but the proprietary nvidia drivers don't so you have to manually set it in xorg.conf.
So soulreaperzzzz, just follow the info seablade posted above about editing the xorg.conf. Find the Section "Monitor" and just add or change these settings:
DisplaySize 366 229
HorizSync 29.0 - 76.0
VertRefresh 0.0 - 62.0
If you take some time to look through how xorg.conf is layed out you'll see that if you change the identifier (to what I have in my post above) other parts of the file that are calling it will break. So either keep your identifiers or change them all to mine (not recommended, but possible).
to backup your xorg.conf (in case you screw things up) do this (as root):
cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.bak
#then to restore if you screw up:
cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf.bak /etc/X11/xorg.conf
EDIT: note that the code above is case sensitive.
soulreaperzzzz, if you're having problems let us know where your stuck and someone here can walk you through it.