I have a monitor that support up to 1080p@144hz and connected via HDMI 2.0
I connected to my friend laptop which is AMD ryzen, its running on 144hz,
and then i connected to my laptop which is Intel 630 ( i7 8750H ) with 1050ti, the monitor running on 120hz. Did i miss any setting or it just like that. Tq ( dont look at my grammar 😄 ) oh and i did change on advance setting, but it only have 120 hz soo... yeah
sorry for late replay, im a little busy. How do i get all the information u need in one time, or i just need to gather all the information in my laptop. Mine is 6 month old, ang recenly i just buy a new monitor for my laptop which is 144hz monitor, my laptop is Asus TUF FX504g , Intel i7-8750h and GTX1050ti.
I cant use all my monitor performance cause of limitation from intel igpu which is 120hz only. Can i change that? so far i didnt change any system or hardware setting. Tq for replay my question.
The Intel and Nvidia driver controller is uptodate. The Nvidia is not the main controller for the HDMI connector, and i do have HDMI 2.0 cable which is up to 18Gbps data trasfer.
The laptop its self can support 144hz considering the spectifications is high enough.
I tried to custom edit the refresh rate and the intel control panel tell that the bandwidth have reach the limit.....
Theres nothing to do with the cable cause i connected to other kind of laptop which is AMD based, it can run perfectly 144hz in my monitor. Thats why i think , this is the intel problem. Since the laptop main controller is Intel not the nvidia, all the setting for the graphic is in the Intel control panel but there is no setting for changing 120hz to 144hz. The intel show that the bandwidth hit the limit when i tried to change it. Is there any problem with this? or can i change this?
IBaha, Thank you very much for providing that information and the report.
Even though the cable you are using is an HDMI 2.0 cable, the Intel® Core™ i7-8750H processor works with HDMI 1.4.
For this scenario, the problem is related to a bandwidth limitation, I used the Kramer calculator and as you can confirm in the following screenshot, the total signal bandwidth required is 8.96 Gbps and HDMI 1.4 max effective bandwidth is 8 Gbps, so basically there are not enough hardware resources to use 144Hz:
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