So is everyone comfortable with overclocking their monitors? I am comfortable with ocing my CPU, ram, and GPU, because we have pretty good data showing that for the most part, it's reasonably safe as well as effective.
However, can we say the same about overclocking monitors? I've read different opinions on this so far (just got my QNIX Evolution II yesterday, and love it), with some saying it is dangerous for the monitor and doesn't really give you the same level of performance as say, a native 120hz monitor (if you were to OC yours to 120hz), while others say it does do so.
It seems a lot of people are doing it, but do we know much about it? "Dangerous" is relative of course, even ocing your CPU is dangerous.
Also, as an aside, anyone notice the power brick for the QNIX QX2710 can get rather hot? I know other people have mentioned this ... I'm not an expert but any concerns with OCing and the demands on the power brick as well?