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. Dantei

    Dantei Notebook Consultant

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    Someone tried overclocking Acer's VN7-592g with IPS screen?
     
  2. TheRealJohnp

    TheRealJohnp Notebook Enthusiast

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    MSI GE72 6QD Apache Pro 17.3 Inch Skylake with the Chi Mei CMN1735

    was able to be OC to 85Hz with native(norma) timings and 90Hz with the LCD reduced setting. Good result as from what I noticed here, the Chi Mei panels don't OC as well as others. 17.3 inch panels do well as somebody pointed out earlier.

    Always worth a try guys and if you try it... come here and post your results!
     
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    TheRealJohnp Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does anyone know where you can buy a LGD04B9? I think I need to replace my monitor as it sometimes doesn't turn on in the morning and when I move the lid forwards/backwards it can go black.
     
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    Did anyone try this with an ASUS K501UW?

    How well does the ASUS laptops handle overclock in general?
     
  6. TheRealJohnp

    TheRealJohnp Notebook Enthusiast

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    What laptop is that from? If It's from the Dell Inspiron 7559 for example, browse the thread here: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/owners-thread-dell-inspiron-7000-series.734278/page-182

    Or (better way) just google your laptop model and "screen replacement" followed after it to find experiences of other people changing their screen. Usually they will link you to that panel that they bought. Most 15.6 inch laptops have easily replaceable screens but you should youtube the model first to see if someone has done it.

    It has nothing to do with Asus, it just has to do with your display panel. As long as you have a Intel cpu with a compatible driver posted in the first post of this thread, you can try it and see how it does. Every model is different, 17 inch monitors do better than 15.6 models but it's worth trying. If it's the same panel model ID, the whole lot should OC similarly.
     
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    Got my Dell 7567 recently, put a different panel instead of TN, model number is AUO41ED
    96hz with native timings
    108hz with CRU reduced
    110hz with a little bit manually lowered timings
    No artifacts, no frameskipping. Might be due to by 6-bit color depth.
    Great experience overall, overclocked GPU and display in one day :)[​IMG]
    [​IMG]
     
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    Pro tip: Don't set ur hz to 10 and let it be the only possible setting - will make ur screen not turn on properly :D
     
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    Hey guys, this might be a dumb question but is this possible if I've got (crap) dedicated graphics in my laptop, since it works with IntelHD integrated graphics?

    I'm using a Dell Inspiron 7560 so it has NVidia 940MX as well as an i5-7200U, which comes with Intel HD 620.

    Any clarification is appreciated!
     
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    Hey, it should work no problem. Be sure to install the correct drivers for your CPU first. This driver makes it possible to set custom panel profiles even with intel graphics. Report back to us on how you do and what screen model you're on.
     
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