It will reduce the life of the monitor, because of more heat that it will produce, but not by much and it will still last very long. Some users managed to overclock it to 100Hz, but that doesn't mean that your monitor will overclock to 100Hz as well. If you get some weird artifacts or monitor blacks out at 100Hz, you have to reduce the frequency.
It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
So, what are the rules of this place? Check out our Acer Community User Agreement. Register
to get all
the benefits of being a member! Get social and introduce yourself
Welcome Forum, or learn about our
ACE Program and
What's Happening at Acer.
Sign up for an Acer ID and get exclusive access to deals and the Predator Den community, where you can ask and answer questions about gaming and gear.