No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preorder

Talk about overclocking displays at a higher refresh rate. This includes homebrew, 165Hz, QNIX, Catleap, Overlord Tempest, SEIKI displays, certain HDTVs, and other overclockable displays.
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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by Q83Ia7ta » 17 Mar 2016, 02:46

lexlazootin wrote:How much does the actual panel matter? will some outperform others?
Definitely yes.

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by lexlazootin » 19 Mar 2016, 07:21

Q83Ia7ta wrote:Definitely yes.
Well if i wanted to get a particular panel for this project could i tell how well they will perform from TFT's panel parts?http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/mo ... _parts.htm

Would a panel with better sRGB coverage look better? and a better response time react quicker? I kinda always thought that the chips would be the ones doing a lot of the work.

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by cirthix » 24 Mar 2016, 10:32

lexlazootin wrote:
Q83Ia7ta wrote:Definitely yes.
Well if i wanted to get a particular panel for this project could i tell how well they will perform from TFT's panel parts?http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/mo ... _parts.htm

Would a panel with better sRGB coverage look better? and a better response time react quicker? I kinda always thought that the chips would be the ones doing a lot of the work.
If you truly want 'best', then you don't have many choices:
my board plus m270hhf-l10.
one of the 1440p ips gsync monitors
one of the 5K monitors like z27q. Last I looked, these were pretty good
some other serious color/work monitor. havent looked into these for a while.

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by SpoCk0nd0pe » 30 Mar 2016, 08:52

This seems very interesting. I got three noobish questions though:
Is 3d active possible with this (will I loose my 3d active capabilities)?
If yes: can I send frame packed 3d material at 1080p50 (HDMI 1.4 limitations really suck if you use SVP)?
Is the display port version freesync capable?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by lexlazootin » 10 May 2016, 02:48

I got my kit in yesterday! Wooo :mrgreen:

He helped me hook it up and get setup and it works like a charm!

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It gets 260~ but i do want to see if i can maybe swap some cables out and get some more hz out of it. Loving it so far!

I might do a more in depth post about it and make a enclosure but i just want to play around with it right now :lol:

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by Q83Ia7ta » 10 May 2016, 14:30

lexlazootin wrote:I got my kit in yesterday! Wooo :mrgreen:
He helped me hook it up and get setup and it works like a charm!
Which panel?

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by lexlazootin » 11 May 2016, 02:48

The m270hhf-l10.

I didn't feel up too taking apart my Benq XL2420G so he just shipped me a panel aswell.

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by itatx » 25 May 2016, 10:53

Nice 260Hz @ 1080P!

CIRTHIX, can you message me a price for the unit shipped pre-assembled with a m270hhf-l10 (if possible)?

TY :)

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by Profiled » 08 Jun 2016, 11:33

Does storbe backlight work on this? :shock:

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Re: No-latency overclockable (up to 1080p@~270Hz) board preo

Post by ARRG! » 11 Jun 2016, 11:03

i'd also like to know if you would give me a price for the board or board\panel combo ? nice work !

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