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koni_sk
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overclock lock

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

so i would like to overclock refresh rate of my monitor but i read online that overclocking is disabled in firmware but i did not find how to edit it or something , is there any way to get over that 75hz lock ?

thanks!

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banhien
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@koni_sk

 

Unfortunately this is a no-no. Vendors will lock "overclock" function down on many consumer products because with a very simple reason: they don't want customers send machines back during warranty period due to "something is broken". They also don't want customers say something is broken even after warranty period.

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

Regards.

BH
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