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    Overclocked my G751JT 60 HZ IPS Panel to 100HZ Refresh Rate = EPIC WIN

    I overclocked my 60 HZ IPS Panel in my G751JT To 100 HZ
    And the result it Looks SO SMOOTH and has NO Tearing in Games

    Mouse movement looks spectacular compared to 60 HZ Only.
    Haven't Seen Any Issues such as Ghosting or what so ever, I enjoy surfing facebook and websites and the fantastic mouse movement with 100 HZ.

    Any 1 here tried overclocking their IPS Panel and noticed incredible difference?

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    Yeah, almost everyone I'd guess. It does make a difference. We really felt it with G-SYNC on because that requires it be set to 75Hz.
    Mine bugs out sometimes when at 100Hz, though, and I'm not sure how healthy it is for the screen.

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    I haven't seen ANY Flaws So Far running 100 HZ. Ran it for 3 days so far.
    Never did I have black screen. In fact I run my games on High Setting instead of Ultra TO Achieve more than 60 FPS (From 70-100) and it Feels Amazing.

    I honestly couldn't go back , 60 HZ Seems like a Turtle To Me even while surfing facebook.
    100 HZ Makes the Monitor feel really smooth. If I ever get any problem and I Doubt it, I would send it back to warranty. But I doubt it because I haven't seen an issue so far.

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    I hesitate to bring my panel to 100Hz. I don't use G-sync anymore with Windows 10, only official and latest driver (355.82). It's fine for me.
    I suppose that you put the screen to 100Hz with custom profile in NV CP and just set v-sync to off in games ?

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    I'm rocking with 75Hz, just to feel safer, I don't want to push it too far, even though 100Hz seem to work really well too. Anyway, yeah even at 75Hz GTAV and BF4 are so much smoother.

    Now I only need G-sync, ASUS/nVidia plz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisVr View Post
    I'm rocking with 75Hz, just to feel safer, I don't want to push it too far, even though 100Hz seem to work really well too. Anyway, yeah even at 75Hz GTAV and BF4 are so much smoother.

    Now I only need G-sync, ASUS/nVidia plz!
    Either way overclocking monitor feels really fantastic.
    It makes the G751 Feels more worth it.

    Any thing higher than 105 Will result in black screen
    but 100 HZ Works as safe as 75.

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    We have had 2 panels that were OCed to 100 fail within a few months of use so just be aware it can happen.
    3d printed parts and accessories for the G751. You know you want something better than OEM ->https://www.shapeways.com/shops/aeolisio

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    You are bit late to the party man there are several forum members that have been at 100Hz for nearly a year now w/o issue, though heed Aeolisio's warning quoted below.

    Some more reading on the matter:

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ighlight=100hz
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ighlight=100hz
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ighlight=100hz
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ighlight=100hz
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ighlight=100hz



    Quote Originally Posted by aeolisio View Post
    We have had 2 panels that were OCed to 100 fail within a few months of use so just be aware it can happen.
    Last edited by joshindaphils; 09-02-2015 at 01:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeolisio View Post
    We have had 2 panels that were OCed to 100 fail within a few months of use so just be aware it can happen.
    I don't see any indication of failure thought never once found a strange behavior running 100 HZ. In fact it looks spectacular playing FPS games from range 70-100 FPS.

    If I do find any issues I will send it to Asus, right now no thing. I would love to know what kind of failure occurred while doing so.

    In fact Metro Last light at 70-100 FPS and Far Cry at 70-100 FPS Is Spectacular with IPS Panel and no tearing.
    It changed the way I look at First person shooters.

    And That might depend from Model to Model I have the T7 Model (the newer JT/JY Versions maybe had different panels?) Those perhaps have more durable panels to overclocking.
    Last edited by Nader; 09-02-2015 at 01:42 PM.

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    I've put my panel to 100Hz to test it. It's spectacular as you said.

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