PSA: You can now overclock your laptop monitor [intel/intel+optimus]

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  1. JRE84

    JRE84 Notebook Consultant

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    i got the same error...but you need to put the custom resolution into the custom resolution tool aka CRU program linked by the original poster.

    from there make a custom resolution refresh rate and then reboot windows...open display adapter settings from desktop right click and load the refresh rate you created....

    i tested 90 and it works...pretty rad
     
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    AutisticChris Newbie

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    Chance you could help me get a hold of one of these? I'd like to make something similar to this and at 120Hz it'd be amazing for a lan party in a bag:
     
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    judgerlight Notebook Enthusiast

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    n1CeKiy Newbie

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    Hi! Thank you for the guide! Here's my results:

    Laptop: MSI GS70 6QE Stealth Pro (17.3", 1080p, Skylake)
    Display: CMN N173HGE-E11 - 60Hz (140.00 Pixel clock)

    Using my monitor's stock timings for 100Hz (233.33 Pixel clock) everyday.
    "Reduced" doesn't work even with 80-90Hz (black screen).
    Maximum stable refreshrate i can achieve is 105Hz with manual timings and at 106Hz it begins to artifact.
    "Success 60 -> 105" :)
     
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    judal57 Notebook Deity

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    alienware 15 R1 90hz refresh rate 1080p without problems :D thanks
     
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    Acer Nitro 5, 15.6", AN515-51, 1080p 100hz, lowered pixel clock and darker screen with "lines" on colored areas
     
  7. abdullah_mag

    abdullah_mag Notebook Evangelist

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    i got an AW 17 R3 with the 1080p eDP 1.2 Samsung screen, model number LTN173HL01-202

    Any tips or previous tests on this one?
     
  8. abdullah_mag

    abdullah_mag Notebook Evangelist

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    i get this error when installing driver.

    win 10 64bit, AW 17 R3 FHD LCD
     

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  9. abdullah_mag

    abdullah_mag Notebook Evangelist

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    Laptop: Alienware 17 R3
    CPU: Skylake 6700hq
    Display: Samsung LTN173HL01-202 (1080p 60hz)
    Driver: Dell OEM Intel driver 22.20.16.4836
    Overclock: 1080p 65hz stable (black screen with artifacting at 70hz)
     
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2018
  10. magnussen

    magnussen Newbie

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    Laptop: Dell Inspiron 15 7567
    Display: originally came with the LGD053F, but i asked for screen replacement hoping to get the AUO63ED one, but instead got a BOE06CB
    Overclock: 1080p 80Hz stable with custom timing, anything more than that (more than 200MHz pixel clock) will cause the screen to lose its color, like a grayish, grainy screen.

    I was wondering if anyone could give me tips on how to overclock it with different lower resolution, because i can't seem to get it to work. Putting it to the default LCD Native timings, with different resolution only gives a black screen. :(

    Edit:
    Also, anyone got recommendation for good 15.6 FHD (1920x1080) screen that is overclockable or has high refresh rate, TN or IPS really doesnt matter, as long as its decent looking. :D
    (30 pin eDP)
    Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2018
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