ROG PG248Q 120+ ULMB .... overclocking?

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ROG PG248Q 120+ ULMB .... overclocking?

Post by feliwyn » 22 Dec 2018, 10:15


I'm new here. The subjet has probably already asked, but I have my monitor since 1 year (prob more, doin't remember)
I really prefere ULMB over GSYNC. The feeling is :o

The monitor give the possibility to overclock the screen at 180Hz. And ULMB use only 120hz. I'm really sad with that :(

any possibilities to use a "glitch" for go with ULMB at 144hz or 180hz? *.*

Thank's for the help :)

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Re: ROG PG248Q 120+ ULMB .... overclocking?

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 21 Jan 2019, 20:07

I notice nobody else has replied yet. I apologize that your post got overlooked over the last holidays.

As a general rule of thumb, the ULMB overclock hack often only adds 8% more refresh rate. You can get it up a bit, like 125Hz or 128Hz. You're keeping the dotclock and vertical total unmodified but reducing horizontal porches to get enough dotclock to increase the ULMB refresh rate.
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