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This is news to me, but you don't need a Korean monitor to overclock the refresh rate

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Just a heads up for you guys, I managed to OC my old samsung p2770 to 75Hz refresh rate from the stock 60Hz. I know OC'ing korean monitors has been talked to death, but have any of you ever tried OC'ing a regular monitor?

It's definitely a noticeable difference. I thought this might be fun for all you non-gaming monitor having people to tinker around a bit with. I used the same exact process with the toastyX patcher and CRU.

Also, I feel like I should mention, at 1080p at least, I'm using a regular DVI-I cable with no problem.
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Most monitors can be overclocked even if it is only a tiny bit. I gave my father my old Asus monitor that would do 67Hz but lose signal at 68+ and my daughters monitor will do 75Hz. Linus has done a video on it and a few others probably have as well. If you cannot do 96+ with an overclock the benefits are not worth the risk IMO. Does your monitor use a power brick? How hot is it right now? MY QNIX will do 110 easily but the brick gets HOT and I don't mean "Hmm, that feels a little warm". 96 is as far as I am willing to push it for that reason.
Edited by BulletSponge - 5/19/15 at 5:28pm
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My 2 acer monitors can oc to 75hz. Custom r3fresh rate in nvcp makes it work wonders. Big difference between 60hz and 75hz IMHO. Can't game below 75hz now though...
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My 2 acer monitors can oc to 75hz. Custom r3fresh rate in nvcp makes it work wonders. Big difference between 60hz and 75hz IMHO. Can't game below 75hz now though...

The blessing and curse of high refresh rate gaming tongue.gif
 
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My 2 acer monitors can oc to 75hz. Custom r3fresh rate in nvcp makes it work wonders. Big difference between 60hz and 75hz IMHO. Can't game below 75hz now though...

yeah, I didn't think an extra 15Hz made that much of a difference, but holy cow.
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yeah, I didn't think an extra 15Hz made that much of a difference, but holy cow.

Overclocked my koreans to 96Hz and couldn't believe the difference from 60 to 96 either back then. Now 60fps just feels laggy, especially in fps games tongue.gif
 
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don't most of these monitors skip frames when overclocked?
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don't most of these monitors skip frames when overclocked?

Yes it's pointless to overclock a monitor without proper testing. Most of them will just skip.

You might set 75hz, and it might work, but in reality your probably between 60-65.
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don't most of these monitors skip frames when overclocked?

Yes, but quite a lot of monitors can actually get to 75Hz. I overclocked my old 1080p 27 inch Philips to 75Hz and confirmed it with the frame skipping test on ufotest.
 
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Yeah, I also did the frame skip test, everything seems to be in order.
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