New To overclocking monitors

Discussion about 120fps HFR as well as future Ultra HFR (240fps, 480fps and 1000fps) playing back in real time on high refresh rate displays. Bleeding edge experimentation.
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Bryners
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New To overclocking monitors

Post by Bryners » 08 Sep 2019, 15:34

Hey, is this okay? I have 60Hz monitor I tried 75Hz and used https://www.testufo.com/frameskipping...

Is this result okay? https://pasteboard.co/Iwvs9Hs.jpg ---75Hz
https://pasteboard.co/IwvsSRB.jpg ---60Hz

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Re: New To overclocking monitors

Post by RealNC » 09 Sep 2019, 13:20

You need a higher exposure time for your camera. Use an app to increase it, or try to turn all lights off in the room and set the monitor brightness to very low so that the camera will automatically increase exposure time.

(Higher exposure time will capture more boxes in the photo, which is needed to be able to tell whether or not there's frame skipping or not.)
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