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

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by margroloc, Mar 4, 2017.

  1. Niaphim

    Niaphim Notebook Consultant

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    Tried on a Razer Blade Stealth (late 2019, 1650 max-q model), no luck so far. Screen goes black when creating any custom resolution and refresh rate (even 61 Hz), have to reboot in safe mode and reset.
     
  2. Costen

    Costen Notebook Enthusiast

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    I managed to OC to 82 HZ on P150SM-A with AUO B156HW01 V??? (Glossy IPS LVDS). The max I was able to get was 85 HZ with no frame skipping, but the screen had red artifacts in some scenarios. Timings below
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    Costen Notebook Enthusiast

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    I figured it was the V7 based on HwInfo64.
     
  4. nikk_

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    Hi all
    I have an Alienware m17x R4 with i7-3720QM. Unfortunately on the Intel site it says that they no longer provide support/drivers for my rig. I've seen a couple of posts of people here saying they were able to overclock their monitor but the posts are quite old (I think 2017).
    Is there a way for me to do it or my laptop is too ancient for it :D
     
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    magnussen Newbie

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    Hello again, I'm now using a different laptop (Acer Swift 3 SF314-56G), and I read somewhere in reddit is when adjusting the timings is to start from front porch then width sync then back porch, and so I did, and this is the minimum I can go. The laptop is using CMN14D4 panel, and I managed to get 64 Hz stable no frame skipping, artifacts or anything. When trying to get to 65Hz, screen just went dark.

    I was wondering if there is any way I can squeeze more hertz considering the pixel clock in 64Hz is lower than in 60Hz, maybe a certain combination of the parameters?
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  6. JRE84

    JRE84 Notebook Deity

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    you do realize overclocking screen can cause damage although rare it can happen. I overclocked my nitro 5s screen to 90hz and after reverting it flickered massively for 3 days.

    this inspite of general consensus it can do no harm///I know first hand
     
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    Razer Blade Stealth Late 2019 with 60Hz didplay. 69 MHz does work, 70 and above create heavy artifacating.
     
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    Thanks for the topic. For statistics I can get @100hz on my G750JS monitor. When gaming its really usefull 'cause I`m used with my 144hz monitor when in home....

    The only problem right know is the gama getting too strong. Even when calibrating on windows I cannot get a good image quality(lowest gama possible..).
    When I change to 60hz I can see how vibrant the colors goes, I'll try more settings later on.
     
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