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Overclocking your monitor refresh rate - AMD GPU's

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got the monitor to go 75hz

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got 70hz on my external screen and 144hz on the macbook pro screen

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Cool now you can listen to iTunes at 144hz.. Lol

i have a dual boot for games every now and then, sill like OSX more. the 144hz is on windows and i will be sad to leave it.

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i have a dual boot for games every now and then, sill like OSX more. the 144hz is on windows and i will be sad to leave it.

Just cause you can select 144hz does not mean you are running at 144hz..I know powerstrip will tell you you actual hz your monitor is running at..
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Just cause you can select 144hz does not mean you are running at 144hz..I know powerstrip will tell you you actual hz your monitor is running at..

What is powerstrip? Even if it isnt 144hz its still better than 60hz

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I ACHIEVED THE HIGHEST IN HERE!! 60hz up to....61 lol :D

more than that and it cant synchronize the image / it blurs..

Any suggestions? :huh:

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I ACHIEVED THE HIGHEST IN HERE!! 60hz up to....61 lol :D

more than that and it cant synchronize the image / it blurs..

Any suggestions? :huh:

try a refresh rate that is a multiple of 60hz. eg 90, 120

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try a refresh rate that is a multiple of 60hz. eg 90, 120

Screen wont accept such hight hz..

Any other tips would be appreciated !

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Screen wont accept such hight hz..

Any other tips would be appreciated !

try Lcd reduced in the cru drop down..
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try Lcd reduced in the cru drop down..

Still it doesn't cover all the screen and it's a bit off focus.. :(

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just guess who posted this before,anyways you need to patch dvi freq in order to get this working ,check my thread 

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AWESOME! Thanks man!

 

Just OC'd my secondary monitor (900x1440) from 60Hz to 75Hz!!! :) Unfortunately my main monitor (1920x1080) won't go above 67Hz (originally 60)... :(

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  • 3 weeks later...

I hope you guys know that you can do all this in the Nvidia and AMD control panel.

This is nothing new.

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maybe 200hz on the 144hz panels

 

maybe ill try that later lol

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maybe ill try that later lol

That would be awesome and the fact that with two 780's you could actually reach that in most situations would have to be pretty awesome!

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I got my monitor at 70 Hz on a single link DVI. (hope i broke some sort of record or something:P)

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I got my monitor at 70 Hz on a single link DVI. (hope i broke some sort of record or something:P)

 

It depends on your resolution. But it can do 75Hz at 1080p

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I deleted my main monitor by mistake now the program wont open.

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I deleted my main monitor by mistake now the program wont open.

Restarting your computer should fix the problem

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UPDATE: turns out my monitor wasnt actually running at its complete resolution at 70 Hz. I noticed a bit of increased "fuzziness" to the picture and even though windows said it was running at full res, the monitor settings didnt. moving up from 60 to 70Hz my monitor was automatically scaling down the image to 1024 x 768. i found this strange, and im not sure why it did this instead of just displaying "signal out of range" but lets just say im back at 60 Hz now lol.

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Works with Intel HD 3000, not sure with Intel HD 4000.

Thanks for the program, managed to OC my monitor in my laptop to 70 Hz!

:D

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Is it possible to overclock a led monitor?

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