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Is there a list of overclockable monitors somewhere? I'm aware of QNIX and X-Star monitors being able to hit 100+ Hz, but I'm also interested in other monitors that are capable of 60+ refresh rates.
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Ehe, the older catleap with a certain PCB might be able to overclock. I think overlord have some stuff thats 120hz. For other monitors, you might be able to get a tiny bit out of it. Not worth the time or risk.
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Is there a list of overclockable monitors somewhere? I'm aware of QNIX and X-Star monitors being able to hit 100+ Hz, but I'm also interested in other monitors that are capable of 60+ refresh rates.
There's a list of overclockable displays capable of >100Hz in Listing of 120Hz Monitors.

In addition to the mainstays of QNIX/Catleap/Overlord/XStar/SEIKI, it also includes some extra gems such as the Sony KDL50-R550A (100% success 1080p@120Hz, zero frameskip, multiple reports) as well as the Optoma GT720/GT750 projectors (100% success 720p@120Hz, zero frameskip, multiple reports). Be noted, on some of these displays, it is not really overclocking but taking advantage of existing 3D electronics (frame-sequential 60/60) to pass through 2D at 120Hz.
Edited by mdrejhon - 11/25/13 at 1:30pm
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