rushstrike, that's awesome. How did you get your panel out of the case? Are there more screws than the four at the bottom? The corner which is going dark when I run at an overclocked refresh rate isn't flush and slightly warped backwards. If I can fix that I'd be all set.
there should be a total of 11 screws: 4 screws in the back. After you remove those 4 screws you can start removing the plastic casing. Then there will be additional 2 screws on each side that holds the panel (as a tip remember how the metal side brackets are placed so you can put it back), then 3 screws that hold the lcd driver board, then finally you have to pry the metal casing open if you want to get to the panel.
I don't think you can do much to fix image distortion related to overclocking...It's probably only useful for people who have light bleed that goes away when you apply pressure on the screen (panel is not perfectly flush against the frame). But it's pretty easy to open so there's no harm to try.Edited by rushstrike - 4/13/13 at 11:33pm