How to overclock your monitor, for PC & Laptop.

Hi, Guys.

Backup your system before try this, Check here on HOW TO.

(Tested with external monitor 20/04/2020 LG 29 29wk600 follow from step2 success with 85hz, if you want to boost your pc monitor follow from step 2)

Today I’m going to share with you guys how to overclock your dell 7567 LCD panel, I’m tired of 60Hz panel stuttering when gaming.
First thing first make sure your Dell 7567 is with the lucky AOU panel, How to check your Dell 7567 panel? Here’s how.

Step 1

  • Click the “START” button, search for “This pc” right click, and click “Manage”.
  • Then click “Device Manager”, “Monitor” drop-down, Right-click “Generic PnP Monitor”, and then click “Properties”.
  • After that click “Details”, click drop down and choose “Hardware Ids”.
  • You should see this. Make sure your’s is with the AUO panel (FOR DELL 7567, if you’re using external monitor ignore this step)

Step 2

Ok now, step by step how to overclock your panel.

1st download this file : CRU 1.4.7

Then extract the zip file. run the “CRU.exe”

Within the application “Detailed resolutions” click “add”

Then “Timing” choose “Automatic – LCD standard”

Active : 1920 x 1080

Refresh rate: 90 Hz

Click “Ok”

For different model laptops or PC, you can try to increase the hertz by 1Hz – 5Hz step by step to find your max Hz compatibility.

If you see “out of range error”, start to decrease 1Hz at a time until you find the best Hz for you.

  • Then on “Detailed resolutions” click the “1920×1080 @ 90.00Hz” move it to the top by clicking the “upside arrow logo”
  • After all done click “Ok”

Now go to the extracted CRU zip file again, run the “restart64.exe”

Now you need to restart your Laptop /PC.

After PC restart you need to go to “display setting” to apply the new Hz for your monitor.

Right-click at the desktop, click “Display settings“, then find and click “advanced display settings“, choose your display monitor and click “display adapter properties” for it. Click “monitor” at the top tab, go to monitor settings, you’ll see a new hertz that you already applied on CRU software. Choose your desire Hz, and click apply.

To test your panel Hz after all the steps above, Go to “” you should see the result like below.


Att: After the new Hz applied you can also try the frame skipping test to see your stability, if there is skipping at the result, you can decrease the Hz again by 1 step at a time until there is no frame skipping. Use your phone to capture the image while testing the frame test. you’ll see the skip if it is unstable.

Frame skipping test Link.


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