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I just overclocked my Viera to 65Hz thats as high as it will go

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Should I keep it? Will the odd refresh rate cause compatability issues or overheating(its such a small increase)?

I validated it on the UFO test.
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I can't see that doing any damaged. 5Hz overclock isn't really much. I doubt you'll see any difference.
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Thats what I was thinking but the thing is its a Plasma and already runs very hot stock.

And 65Hz is the absolute limit, it fails at 66Hz.


Well I want to upgrade so stay tuned folks!

I will make sure I keep it off when I am not around it incase it ignites, and I do have home and contents insurance.
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