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Old 04-14-09, 05:19 AM   #1
JaXXoN
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Default Over-clocking the DVI outputs?

Hi all!

I'm wondering if it is possible to slightly over clock the DVI outputs?
Five percent would be sufficient for me!

Background: i'm using a Matrox TripleHead2Go video splitter that
splits the signal of a DualLink DVI output in order to supply three
1680x1050 LCDs. However, because of the specified maximum
bandwidth for DL DVI of 330 MHz, the frame rate is "only" 57 Hz.
I actually didn't yet recognized any problems with this setup, so far,
but i could imagine that the video card, the splitter box and the displays
might very well stand a five percent higher pixel clock rate, resulting
in a more common 60 Hz frame rate.

Any comments?

regards

Bernhard
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