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I have a HDMI 2.0 connected into my 144hz monitor and laptop thats running a 960m. I am not getting 144hz on the monitor (i dont see a 144hz option in the nvidia control panel). Is the 960m capable of allowing 144hz? Or is there anything else im doing wrong? Thanks!
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Monitor will be set to 144Hz default unless you've done some weird magic. What games are you playing?
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HDMI 2.0 does not support [email protected] [email protected] max supported with HDMI2.0. You'll need to use a DVI-D or DisplayPort cable for [email protected] Good luck running almost anything near 144Hz at 1080p with a GTX 960M though lol.
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13 wroteHDMI 2.0 does not support [email protected] [email protected] max supported with HDMI2.0. You'll need to use a DVI-D or DisplayPort cable for [email protected] Good luck running almost anything near 144Hz at 1080p with a GTX 960M though lol.


Not according to this.

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[email protected] is available from 1.3 onwards.
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Nige wroteNot according to this.

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[email protected] is available from 1.3 onwards.

HDMI 1.3 and above has the throughput for [email protected], but only supports a maximum of 120Hz.
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So, basically, use DisplayPort lol. Honestly, DPMR, every one should use DP if their GPU and monitor support it.
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Nige wroteNot according to this.

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[email protected] is available from 1.3 onwards.

HDMI 1.3 and above has the throughput for [email protected], but only supports a maximum of 120Hz.
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So, basically, use DisplayPort lol. Honestly, DPMR, every one should use DP if their GPU and monitor support it.


So dumb, I haven't had much experience with HDMI apart from plugging my TV in so I'm by no means an expert.
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