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Andriks
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HP z27n g2 optimal screen resolution?

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HP z27n g2
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This link indicates that the optimal resolution is 1920 x 1080, 60hz 

https://www8.hp.com/ua/ru/monitors/product-details/product-specifications/18007183

This is mistake?

 

One more question. When set to 75Hz, the picture is jerky in dynamic scenes. 60Hz smoother. Monitor connected via DP port.

I updated the firmware. The speed selection settings do not change anything.

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@Andriks 

 

Its official spes

        https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05822916

 

which shows:

 

Native resolution/timing
2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz (preferred)
note:
Supports up to 75 Hz refresh for some video modes. The video card of the connected PC must be capable of supporting 75 Hz.

 

It is up to the host your computer). It displays what ever your computer tells it to do.

 

One thing to note: increase resolution will decrease refresh rate and vice versa.

 

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Thank you for your reply! But support for 75Hz is poorly implemented. In dynamic scenes, the image is jerky, friezes. Connected monitor via DP port (cable in a set), video card GTX 1050. Another monitor Dell s2721ds showed a smooth picture in dynamic scenes at 75Hz.

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Tell me please. Does the monitor support full 75Hz or optimal 60Hz? I connected via DP with a cable, tried a different cable, also HDMI, and still, during tests, the image skips frames. For example, on this test, frames are skipped through one square. https://www.testufo.com/frameskipping

 

75hz

https://youtu.be/cbjomMTKpJM
 

60Hz

https://youtu.be/et3EZktIiHo

 

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