Asus Predator Monitor

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OverClock: XB271HU can be overclocked (at the end user’s risk) to a higher refresh
rate than advertised by the panel specification. This functions that allows this behavior
* After rebooting, use the NVIDIA Control Panel to set the maximum refresh rate.
If nothing is displayed, disconnect the DisplayPort™ cable and use the monitor’s
onscreen display to select a default refresh rate
 

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Are you sure you have the correct cable does your GPU support im gues DP 1.4 and are you sure you cant find it in the options.
as long as you have a display port cable i dont see why not
 

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Hi. yes I am using Display Port. There is no options to overclock. I have set it for 144hz. There is nothing in the settings for overclocking.
 

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You might have to change the Refresh rate in Nvidia control panel.

Here's another post for you :http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/id-3557417/165hz-overclock-acer-xb271hu-whats-story.html
 

freercurse

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Dec 16, 2016
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OverClock: XB271HU can be overclocked (at the end user’s risk) to a higher refresh
rate than advertised by the panel specification. This functions that allows this behavior
* After rebooting, use the NVIDIA Control Panel to set the maximum refresh rate.
If nothing is displayed, disconnect the DisplayPort™ cable and use the monitor’s
onscreen display to select a default refresh rate
 

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