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Nvidia Increasing or Decreasing Total Pixels in "Create a Custom Resolution"

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As the topic says. I followed a downsampling guide here:

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=346325

While I could create a custom resolution using Automatic Timings. I noticed my pixel clock was only 148, maybe by factor default. I decided to copy the number of Total Pixels from the guide believing this would improve the image quality on my display.

Now I am worried, that messing around with the timings settings on the display may have damaged something even though I never went past my pixel clock.
I am running a DVI-DL so my pixel clock should be more than enough to handle 165. And my maximum pixel clock is 297 because it is a native res 1920x1080 120hz 3D LED.

I messed around increased total pixels of horizontal and vertical in the timings with a 2560x1440p resolution with higher than automatic timings with a pixel clock around 250. I did some research and read that DVI-DL can handle up to around 330 mhz

I never went past the pixel clocks of the DVI-Dual Link cable or my displays maximum pixel clock. Can increasing or decreasing the Total Pixels in the timings tab cause any damage?

Does changing the total pixels in the timings tab even improve or degrade image quality?
Edited by 007SirBond - 8/6/13 at 11:35pm
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I can set my res to 3400x1900? i think. It makes text stupidly hard to read and does degrade image quality.
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Does anyone know if messing with the timings can mess up a LCD?
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