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wow 3 hertz, good god ppl this isnt a board for overclocking freaks...

do you know where you are?

i have mine OCd to 67Hz
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though i've never used that program, for nvidia cards you can just do it though the nvidia control panel.

most screens won't OC ( if they can at all ) past 67-70hz, depending on the panel. and not always stable. I have one that does 66hz, and another that only does 63hz

Nice even better. Thanks
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jokes, guys...
    
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this isnt a board for overclocking freaks...

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I've got an Acer 3d 27 inch 120hz monitor. Native res is 1920x1080 but in games I run 1440p @ 120hz. Just had to adjust the timmings a bit to get it stable at that res at 120hz

I can run 3840x2160 @ 60hz but I start getting graphical errors in games... think it's cause I only have 1 780ti with just 3gb mem
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jokes, guys...

My sarcasm meter just overloaded.
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FTFY
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Originally Posted by yusupov View Post

jokes, guys...
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My sarcasm meter just overloaded.

Made me laugh:

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Originally Posted by .theMetal View Post

gonna try that, thanks for sharing thumb.gif

No problem!
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though i've never used that program, for nvidia cards you can just do it though the nvidia control panel.

most screens won't OC ( if they can at all ) past 67-70hz, depending on the panel. and not always stable. I have one that does 66hz, and another that only does 63hz

Mine is an IPS panel - which is to be expected to get a marginal increase - but TN panels can go ridiculously higher in OC - like 60 to 90hz
And yes I realised it was in the Nvidia panel after I did it lol - but yeah the utility is useful for all GPUs smile.gif!
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Mine is an IPS panel - which is to be expected to get a marginal increase - but TN panels can go ridiculously higher in OC - like 60 to 90hz
And yes I realised it was in the Nvidia panel after I did it lol - but yeah the utility is useful for all GPUs smile.gif!

Not really sure what mine is actually.

I just know it looks nice:

https://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/VS247HP/
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