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I've been playing with EVGA Pixel Clock OC tool on my S27B350 I just bought.
Had a oldass 24" 1080p Iiyama before this but that had single-link internals so 66Hz was the max.

Now, this Samsung has dual-link HDMI and my €5 cable appears to handle it super easy however i've hit a snag.

I got it to do 1080p at 75Hz easily but whenever I go over this the monitor displays it just fine, for example 80Hz, monitor control panel also confirms 80.02Hz and such, but it has a pop-up saying ''Not optimal range''.

I can click it away using Menu or Back button but the screen automatically resets to last known in-range 75Hz after a minute or two of using 80Hz.

Is these any way to disable the screens built-in settings from deciding it can't do it when it obviously runs 80+Hz just fine. (Got it up to 96Hz without any glitching or whatever)
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Thundahcat.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Athlon XP-M Barton @ 2612Mhz ASUS A7N8X-X HIS Radeon X800XL 256MB w/ V-MOD @ 585Mhz GPU 5... 3x512MB Samsung PC-3200 CL3 
Hard DriveCoolingOSOS
Maxtor 80GB IDE Cooler Master alu/copper block with a Slipstrea... Windows 98 SE Windows XP Pro SP3 
PowerCase
Cooler Master Real Power M520W OEM with great airflow and even cable management 
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