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Overclocking a *Korean* monitor lawl

I'll be back after overclocking my SSD, from 560MB/s to 900MB/s.
I will last it a few months and rollback to 560MB/s see if I didn't broke something.
Edited by Abs.exe - 7/23/13 at 8:07am
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This is why im waiting for an official 120hz 1440p IPS lol.
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Originally Posted by Abs.exe View Post

Overclocking a *Korean* monitor lawl

I'll be back after overclocking my SSD, from 560MB/s to 900MB/s.
I will last it a few months and rollback to 560MB/s see if I didn't broke something.
...you can overclock monitors...
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This is why im waiting for an official 120hz 1440p IPS lol.
Note that OP has not really proven that there's an issue. He subjective opinion is that 60Hz looks bad.... but of course. Is that due to a damage monitor or just because he's not use to it?
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Overclocking a *Korean* monitor lawl

I'll be back after overclocking my SSD, from 560MB/s to 900MB/s.
I will last it a few months and rollback to 560MB/s see if I didn't broke something.

honestly most people seem to be ok... mine may just be a rare case...
    
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I agree with DuckieHo this is very quickly turning into a bashing ground for Korean panels. Overall the OP is subjective and it may be that you are just used to the higher refresh. I get this feel every time i go to work and use a barely 60hz crap monitor. It just kills me to be on such a low refresh almost like it is a slide show.

Try going back to 60hz for a while like a week, you will notice less and less as you get used to it again. I had this when i went from my 144hz Asus to a 60hz 1440p crossover(then wento the Qnix).

And for people starting to through name brand prices and advantages around, This has been gone over they both have there place in the market per user depending on needs. The bashing and justifying higher price ranges for name brand monitors is null. If you don't want all that extra crap(like ports, scaler, not cost worthy color calibration, etc) and don't mind getting a product that is in a sense "some assembly required" to get just as good if not better for half(sometimes less than half) the price.

I would like to see some screen shots or maybe even a sample video of your game play to actually prove this is a real problem or if it is just you. The title of this thread is mis-leading, it makes people think that the recently glorified Qnix and Xstar finally have a weak point for there market(or for the high price justifyers the "cheap" has been found per say) which from what i have seen so far is not true.
post #16 of 31
Just to build on this, maybe it would be helpful if everyone at least had an understanding of the two refresh rate changes and there effects on the user

http://www.overclock.net/t/662628/60hz-vs-120hz-explained
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Changed the thread name... it may just be me after all... I can't game at 60hz for the life of me now... 108hz has spoiled me to no ends... I never thought brainwashing was possible... >.>
    
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Changed the thread name... it may just be me after all... I can't game at 60hz for the life of me now... 108hz has spoiled me to no ends... I never thought brainwashing was possible... >.>

No biggy, this type of situation has happened several times with other 120hz panels but they did not get quite the attention or overhead as this because of the korean factor that many brand name advocates love to jump on.

Just to give a bit more perspective this is identical to the effect people get when watching a new HFR movie like the hobbit. It seems to be too fast or too smooth and in fast forward. This is very much just a mind effect that they are used too or "brainwashing" LOL.

You are experiencing the exact opposite effect right now where it almost seems like a picture slide show at high speeds. This is normal so don't worry about it. I just didn't want this to get out of control as a overclocking side effect on the panel itself.
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Changed the thread name... it may just be me after all... I can't game at 60hz for the life of me now... 108hz has spoiled me to no ends... I never thought brainwashing was possible... >.>

Well, I have the same problem with TN panels. IPS panels at work (2x U2311h), IPS/PLS panels on my desktop (U2312hm, Catleap Q270 "2B", Qnix Q2710), IPS on my laptop (Thinkpad X220 with the "premium" IPS upgrade), IPS on my tablet and phone.

I used a TN monitor with my laptop - and I could barely stand it since it had totally uneven colours to the point of distraction - from top to bottom, there was a visible and noticeable shift in colour. Drove me nuts. My dad uses an X220 with a standard TN panel - it's terribad. I've spoiled myself and thereafter, all TN panels look like crap to me.
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Well, I have the same problem with TN panels. IPS panels at work (2x U2311h), IPS/PLS panels on my desktop (U2312hm, Catleap Q270 "2B", Qnix Q2710), IPS on my laptop (Thinkpad X220 with the "premium" IPS upgrade), IPS on my tablet and phone.

I used a TN monitor with my laptop - and I could barely stand it since it had totally uneven colours to the point of distraction - from top to bottom, there was a visible and noticeable shift in colour. Drove me nuts. My dad uses an X220 with a standard TN panel - it's terribad. I've spoiled myself and thereafter, all TN panels look like crap to me.

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