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Flogisch
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HP Omen | No 240Hz?

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Hey guys.

I made a short video about the issue. Somehow I can't get it to 240hz with 2560x1440px.

First monitor is 165hz and second can only be set to 144hz.. The first monitor is the bigger cable (looks like hdmi but isn't) and the second one (144hz with hdmi)

I hope someone can slove the issue with me.

 

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I've changed the connection of the HDMI one, and I got it to run 165Hz aswell. But still no option to select 240Hz.

 

Regards,

Flo

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@Flogisch 

 

Monitors accept INPUT from elsewhere. They ONLY display resolution from their sources garbage in garbage out. What is your sources ? Using same hardware ?

 

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BH
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Flogisch
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Thanks for the reply!

 

They're both connected to my NVIDIA Titan X.

The weird thing is, I've noticed that If I set the screen resolution to 1920x1080, then I can select 240hz.

But I also should be able to use it on higher resolution.

 

Regards,

Flo

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I'm having the same exact problem with my Titan X as well. I'd like to know if there was a solution.

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Just wanted to let you know. I do have a Titan X Pascal.

NVIDIA said, that this card might not be able to support the high data output to reach 240hz.

The only thing I could try (wich I haven't) could be using different cables.

 

Hope this helps you.

Best regards,

Flo

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