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Also, check if the monitor supports 75Hz in other resolutions. Philips 22IEL Overclocking and a question about it Talk about overclocking displays at a higher refresh rate. If this happens, stop using the overclock and back down. I used to OC a very old monitor from 60Hz to 77Hz. When you see this happen, stop what you’re doing, back down a bit. Seeing this I started wondering if this can do any serious damage to the display if kept overclocked? No skipped squares, though, so 66Hz looks good.

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So most of the time, 60Hz monitors are actually able to run at 75Hz, but you need to patch the driver to do that with higher resolutions.

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Learn More about PC Matic However while doing this I have noticed that going any higher than 66Hz completely destroyed my display. PC Pitstop will NOT share or sell your email address and pphilips have the appropriate procedures to safeguard against unauthorized access. No skipped squares, though, so 66Hz looks good.

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We apologize for any inconvenience. If you get heat issues, you’ll probably see instability occur. Modern monitors have dropped support for this stuff, but old ones still have it.

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Blur Busters Forums Who you gonna call? Is the overclock constantly gonna look good, regardless of what is displayed? Stable image will generally be safe on the vast majority of displays. PC Pitstop began in with an emphasis on computer 221e, and maintenance. The photo is at 1s shutter speed with exactly 66 frames.

For AMD you need this: To find the latest driver for your computer we recommend running our Free Driver Scan. As a bonus, receive monthly emails with exclusive offers. If this happens, stop using the overclock and back down. Download solutions for Overclocking issues 221ell you see any side effects such as temporary burn-in occuring stuck ghost images that linger for minutesthen stop overclocking, play a video or fast-changing imagery to erase the temporary burn-in effect — this only occurs on monitors when LCD inversion circuits fails during overclocking rareor incorrect overdrive overvoltages occurs very very rareetc.

Going above an 212el limit will cause visual glitches. During the early days of the dot com boom, our online Philkps maintenance tools were skyrocketing.

Does the monitor heat up more and therefore should be allowed to cool off occasionally? Board index All times are UTC. Please enter your email address, and we will email you the download link and release notes for this driver.

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Almost every square is barely 2221el except for two squares near the bottom-left corner. Any answers would be helpfull. Philips 22IEL Overclocking and a question about it Talk about overclocking displays at a higher refresh rate. For easier overclock benchmarking, you do want to shorten camera exposure but not too much it so that several squares shows up up to around 1 or 2 rows worth — you only need to verify contiguousness of squares, not highlight every single square in the TestUFO Frame Skipping test!

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Seeing this I started wondering if this can do any serious damage to the display if kept overclocked? When you see this happen, stop what you’re doing, back down a bit. Also, check if the monitor supports 75Hz in other resolutions.