I might have to look into this depending on the monitor i end up getting, 90Hz would be nice.. Would you care to shortly summarize how it's done, do you have to open up the monitor and solder a jumper on some pins or?60Hz is fine for office usage. I will try overclocking to see if we can get to 90Hz. I had two dell office monitors that will OC to 90.
I have an nvidia GPU but the process maybe similar with other graphics cards.I might have to look into this depending on the monitor i end up getting, 90Hz would be nice.. Would you care to shortly summarize how it's done, do you have to open up the monitor and solder a jumper on some pins or?
Thanks. I'll have to investigate if same is possible in linux.. but first i need a new screen and GPU. And wait until Wayland + Vulcan on just confirmed release date of Debian Bookworm on June 10.I have an nvidia GPU but the process maybe similar with other graphics cards.
1. open nvidia control panel
2. Select Change Resolution under display menu.
3. select monitor you want to try OC
4. click on Customize and accept any warning agreement.
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5. Click on enable resolution and click on Create
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6. Change the refresh rate, try 75, 90 and depending on if it works adjust up or down.
7. click on test and see if your monitor accepts the changed rate.
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Well it looks like the company is data sales. They specialize in high interest loans for companies who can't typically get the financing from a bank etc. Or that need more money on tech than banks will provide.I would've gotten mine sunday too if if wasn't for fedex complaining about some "address correction" BS.. not sure if it's fedex or shipper fault but whatever. It will get delivered today.
Lol. i can't believe they put the monitor box in a bigger box. I wonder how cheap this seller were able to get these monitors originally for. Seems like that's a lot they spent on the shipping box and shipping fee and ebay fee.
Got mine unboxed and setup. Colors are nice and bright. I spend most of my day working on other systems remotely and only light gaming. now I am wishing I had bought to of theseThis thing is definitely a bit heavier than my monoprice monitor. Most of it likely due to the heavier stand...
So who else got one? how you like it?