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Overclocking the 2311x?

Product Name: HP 2311x
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I've got a nice HP 2311x,  that I got from a garage sale a couple years ago for about $80-$100, and it's been working wonderfly ever since, but I have noticed my smaller dell monitor I have as a secondary is capable of going up to 75hz by default in the settings, whereas the 2311x is only, by default, capable of the factory settings. I was wondering if anyone had a custom setting they used that works without issue, or if there was any recommendation on what I should up the 2311x to without killing it. Having to buy a new monitor would really suck. 

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Re: Overclocking the 2311x?

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@Novabella, welcome to the forum.


I doubt that you find the information that you are looking for here on the Forums.  Most members come here to solve a particular problem and leave.  You might find the answer on an overclocking forum.


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