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Originally Posted by The Claustrum View Post

I'm in a similar situation with a similar question. I just don't understand why they have it as an overclock? Why is not just an option? Is it a marketing tool? To overclock anything else we usually need additional software and to my understanding it means we are pushing our hardware further than the limits given. These parameters are set to protect the hardware and so by doing an overclock it has a potential risk. Again if this is just an option why is it called an overclock?
They have to sell it as an overclock because it's not native for the panel and not all are stable at 100hz. Some good to 96hz, ect.
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