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Will overclocking my monitor by 3 Hz be worth it?

The Nvidia Control Panel allows me to make custom resolutions but 60 hz is native, is 63 hz (which past the test) safe for the monitor long term?

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Most monitors will not accept that.

Give it a try?

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I am not saying you can do it but...

what is your reason for doing that. On tv they generally change in multiple of the refresh rate. 3Hz, how is that done?

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