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HP Pavilion Gaming TG01-0039no - NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2060 144 HZ

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HP Pavilion Gaming TG01-0039no - NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2060
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Hi! I am thinking about buying this gaming PC. I have a gaming screen which is a Asus VG249Q 23.8"TUF. It supports 144 hz. What I am wondering, is if I can get out 144 hz with this gaming PC. Currently I am using a HP Spectre X360 where I only get out 60 hz.
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It really depends on what games are you playing and on what settings. The 2060 is still a very capable GPU for 1080P gaming, so Esports games like Fortnite and Valorant will be going even over the 144fps. But again, if you play around with the quality settings of the individual games, you can be close to those desired FPS.  

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Hello @Mohamed96 

 

Yes that Pavilion model you are asking about with an RTX 2060 will run the Asus monitor at 1080p 144Hz just fine.

You will need to connect it with a Displayport cable, not HDMI.

 

Let me know if you have other questions.   🙂

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It really depends on what games are you playing and on what settings. The 2060 is still a very capable GPU for 1080P gaming, so Esports games like Fortnite and Valorant will be going even over the 144fps. But again, if you play around with the quality settings of the individual games, you can be close to those desired FPS.  

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I will mostly play Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Warzone

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Ok. Thanks for the reply

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