CRU (Custom Resolution Utility) Tips, Tricks and Monitors OC (LCD/LED/CRT)

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  1. dhaern

    dhaern New Member

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    @OnnA Can you help me with new LG OLED TVs? I use the 48 model as a monitor and it have advanced monitor features like Gsync/freesync and 120hz. Can this OLED TV be overclocked and/or parameters improved and tweaked with CRU? Here are the specs and manuals, OLED48CX6LB model:

    https://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-oled48cx6lb

    https://www.lg.com/uk/support/manuals?csSalesCode=OLED48CX6LB.AEK
     
  2. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    One You can do for sure is to edit FS range e.g. 30-120FPS
    IMhO rest is fine with it ;)

    As i said many times - Tweak and learn.
     
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    Undying Ancient Guru

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    My samsung C27F396 have 48-75hz and i managed to reduce it to 40-75hz freesync range, works well. As soon i drop below 40 i get no display.
     
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    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    For mine 28Hz is the hard wall, 30 or 35 is best IMhO.
    But all in all i never drop <60FPS in my games, most of the time 65-70FPS silky smooth w/FS :D
    VRR is really a good thing.
     

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    Hello, I need your help because I'm having problems with my new screen. Recently I changed the stock screen to the Innolux N156HCE-GN1 on my Lenovo Thinkpad E15 Gen 2 with Ryzen 4500U to improve the color accuracy for photograpy.

    The screeen works perfect on BIOS, Ubuntu and Windows with Microsoft drivers, but when I install the AMD drivers the screen starts to blink ramdomly, It's insupportable.

    I have been using CRU and trying some settings without results. The only settings that half work is "Exact reduced" but sometimes blink too, at least blink too much less times than before.

    Here is the specs of my screen: https://www.panelook.com/N156HCE-GN1_Innolux_15.6_LCM_overview_41166.html

    Can you help me to find the correct settings for this panel? Thanks you.
     
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    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    Look into N156HCE-GN1 Datasheet (in Specs Tab)
    Try to preserve specs for Range limits
    V rate & H rate then adjust if needed.
     
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    Thanks you OnnA, but I dont know which specs data I have to use to set the CRU configuration :(

    These are the stock configuration who blink all the time:

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    And here the "Exact Reduced" who blink sometimes:

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    HDR info,suppodsely the screen supports HDR400, I have tried enabling HDR option but Windows don't detect any HDR.

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    Thanks you so much for your time.
     
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