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omen 27i + Omen i9 2080TI - how to maintain high HZ in game

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Hi everyone. I'm struggling to get the right settings for the monitor to obtain a solid high Hz level in game. I have experimented with a number of different suggested settings and with the number of variables in Nvidia control panel and on the monitor itself, I'm not sure I have the right combo. Ive tried older assassins creed games and more recent such as Rome 2 total war and Hell let loose. The Hz yo yo's between 59 - 144. its set to165 on computer. windowed and full screen etc.

 

any help or suggestions or reassurance that it doesent matter would be great. Just thought the new desktop and monitor would perform better.

 

thank you.

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Try turning down the game quality. What you are getting from the game are FPS which is frames per second which is a bit different than HZ which(basically) is the rate at which the monitor can refresh. Chances are that if you are getting over 100 FPS in a game then you won’t notice any difference if you get more, that said you may want to get all you can out of the monitor. The only way to increase FPS for a game (not including tuning hardware) is to turn down graphics quality in the game. The frames you get in a game depends on the quality of monitor crossed with the hardware you are using to push the frames. With the system you have ( I have the same one) I would assume That you have the graphics close to max and a 1440p monitor. For HP desktops this is what you get sadly.

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@Grendel78 

 

How do you connect them ?

 

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They are connected with the 1.2 display port cable supplied with the monitor.

 

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What is the model/product of your machine ? Please use the following way to find out

 

                   https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07555


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Try turning down the game quality. What you are getting from the game are FPS which is frames per second which is a bit different than HZ which(basically) is the rate at which the monitor can refresh. Chances are that if you are getting over 100 FPS in a game then you won’t notice any difference if you get more, that said you may want to get all you can out of the monitor. The only way to increase FPS for a game (not including tuning hardware) is to turn down graphics quality in the game. The frames you get in a game depends on the quality of monitor crossed with the hardware you are using to push the frames. With the system you have ( I have the same one) I would assume That you have the graphics close to max and a 1440p monitor. For HP desktops this is what you get sadly.

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Thank you very much for this. I had unrealistic expectations for the PC. I am a little disappointed for the money I've spent. Don't get me wrong, it is faster than my old setup but not jaw droppingly so. 1st world problems!

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