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Is it possible to OC a vs248h
10-28-2013, 02:04 PM
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Is it possible to OC a vs248h
I recently got an asus vs248h lcd and was wondering if anyone has any experience in overclocking that particular monitor?
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10-29-2013, 02:03 AM
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RE: Is it possible to OC a vs248h
You can probably get around 72-75 Hz with the "LCD reduced" timing option in CRU. I don't think that monitor can handle much more than that. Keep in mind the 165 MHz pixel clock limit. You'll have to patch the driver if you want to go further.
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04-17-2017, 06:16 PM
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RE: Is it possible to OC a vs248h
Hey ToastyX
I have the same monitor, and when using CRU the Nídia panel only shows the resolutions i created With hdmi, the dvi-d don't show up.
I managed the Max res of 1900x1080 70hz.
I have Apply the patch but it doesn't let me go aboce the 165 pixel clock.
Should i hey another hdmi cable? I'am not sure if the one i'am using is a 1.4 version. Any advice? Thx
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04-18-2017, 05:24 PM
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RE: Is it possible to OC a vs248h
(04-17-2017 06:16 PM)Degauss Wrote:  I have the same monitor, and when using CRU the Nídia panel only shows the resolutions i created With hdmi, the dvi-d don't show up.
I managed the Max res of 1900x1080 70hz.
I have Apply the patch but it doesn't let me go aboce the 165 pixel clock.
Should i hey another hdmi cable? I'am not sure if the one i'am using is a 1.4 version. Any advice? Thx
What video card are you using? It doesn't make sense to have a 165 MHz pixel clock limit with DVI unless you're using an old card with only single-link DVI, and the patch should take care of that. You need the patch anyway with DVI because your monitor is probably single-link, but the resolution should be listed regardless. You shouldn't need the patch with HDMI, and you don't need a special cable for HDMI 1.4.
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04-19-2017, 05:35 PM (This post was last modified: 04-19-2017 09:43 PM by Degauss.)
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RE: Is it possible to OC a vs248h
(04-18-2017 05:24 PM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(04-17-2017 06:16 PM)Degauss Wrote:  I have the same monitor, and when using CRU the Nídia panel only shows the resolutions i created With hdmi, the dvi-d don't show up.
I managed the Max res of 1900x1080 70hz.
I have Apply the patch but it doesn't let me go aboce the 165 pixel clock.
Should i hey another hdmi cable? I'am not sure if the one i'am using is a 1.4 version. Any advice? Thx
What video card are you using? It doesn't make sense to have a 165 MHz pixel clock limit with DVI unless you're using an old card with only single-link DVI, and the patch should take care of that. You need the patch anyway with DVI because your monitor is probably single-link, but the resolution should be listed regardless. You shouldn't need the patch with HDMI, and you don't need a special cable for HDMI 1.4.
I'am using a GTX 780ti, i thing the Windows 10 creators update messes it up
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