Overclocking my Monitor

Hello,
I overclocked my Phillips PHL 243V5 today and got it up to 77hz (from 60). I know that overclocking is risky and could damage my monitor, and even tho I'm pretty sure that my overclock is stable I'd rather ask if it is worth the risk of ruining my Monitor. I tested for about 2 hours so far and didnt have a problem at all. No frame skipping or ghosting or anything else. The max i could reach was 78hz, but I'm using 75 as standard. Is it worth it?
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  1. Well, 15 more hz isn't that much so it won't look AS good as, let's say, 144hz. If you're using two monitors with two different hz however, it may cause some problems.
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  2. 75hz is more comfortable for eyes, what is more important is the response time, lower the "ms" the better.
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  3. das_stig said:
    75hz is more comfortable for eyes, what is more important is the response time, lower the "ms" the better.


    I think it got 1ms
    Reply to Cethology
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