Can I OC my AOC :)

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William
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Can I OC my AOC :)

Post by William » 24 Mar 2014, 19:31

Hello,
I just read the article about OC monitors here
http://www.blurbusters.com/overclock/12 ... -monitors/

So I wonder if it is possible with my model AOC i2353Ph ? it is currently at 74Hz using nVidia control panel but I am worried to try ToastyX while no warranty for my monitor so please advise

Thanks

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Re: Can I OC my AOC :)

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 24 Mar 2014, 19:36

William wrote:So I wonder if it is possible with my model AOC i2353Ph ? it is currently at 74Hz using nVidia control panel but I am worried to try ToastyX while no warranty for my monitor so please advise
There would be no extra overclocking margin possible with ToastyX over NVIDIA Control Panel, so I think 74Hz is already your limit if you tried 75Hz and it didn't work.

Try changing "Timings" to "Reduced" instead of "Auto" and see if you can bump up an extra few Hz.
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Re: Can I OC my AOC :)

Post by William » 24 Mar 2014, 20:02

oh I was able to do only 75Hz with "CVT reduced Blank". I tried other options but seems it only can do 75Hz, that was pretty fun.

Thanks

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