Originally Posted by HesterDW
Wait...you can overclock that monitor's refresh rate? Im such a newb, but can you do this with any monitor and a 670?
Depends on the monitor. Just set a custom resolution with the refresh rate of your choice in the Nvidia control panel. Some displays won't go above 60Hz, some will go to 85Hz or so. Obviously talking about monitors sold as 60Hz displays. The Koreans are tested to 96Hz or so, some places test higher. Very few are guaranteed to run 120Hz.
Make sure you are using DisplayPort or Dual DVI for best results as they are capable of higher pixel clock frequency rates than HDMI.
And it's not technically overclocking. Back in the CRT days no one called switching from 60Hz to 75Hz (or higher, I remember running at 100Hz) overclocking, it was just setting the display to a higher refresh rate.
I've got mine set for 75Hz and 72Hz, really great for 25p and 24p content, no pulldown.