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djreprographic
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External Monitor Refresh Rate

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Zbook G6 14"
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Hi all,

Hope you're all well in this madness! 

 

I'm currently at my HP Zbook G6 which has a HDMI output for external monitors. I connected a recently purchased LG GL850 which is capable of running at 144hz - unfortunately, via HDMI,  the Intel/Windows display settings go only up to 60hz no matter how the screen is set (i.e. adaptive sync on/off or HDMI compatibility on/off). 

 

I also run an EliteBook G3 which has a Display port and this turns out to be capable of running at 144hz QHD. 

 

Not sure whether this is a monitor, or a laptop  connection type problem? Has any of you experience similar issues? 

 

Thanks 

David

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The hdmi 1.4 spec does not seem to support the high frequency you are looking for

 

https://www.hdmi.org/spec/hdmi1_4b

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The hdmi 1.4 spec does not seem to support the high frequency you are looking for

 

https://www.hdmi.org/spec/hdmi1_4b

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1.4!? On a Workstation? That's just bad... especially when combined with dedicated graphics this laptop has. Not impressed at all...

 

One way or another, many thanks for the quick response.

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