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06-23-2022 05:19 AM
So Online ive found people that say that the laptop model i own is capable of displaying a 144 refresh rate, but in the display settings its says that it can only go up to a 60 refresh rate. But ive also noticed in display settings it says that display 1 is connected to AMD Radeon Graphics instead of the Nvidia GTX 1650 in the laptop. Is it posible to make it so the display is connected to the 1650 instead of amd graphics, so then ill be able to unlock the 144 refresh rate?
06-23-2022 11:08 AM
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All right. Firstly, there is conflicting information out there. On the one hand this laptop model is indeed advertised with having a Nvidia GTX 1650 Mobile graphics card/chip installed such as here: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-pavilion-15-6-gaming-laptop-amd-ryzen-5-8gb-memory-nvidia-geforce-gt..., but HP's specs here: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06955344, doesn't mention the GTX 1650 at all, only: "Integrated AMD Radeon™" (AMD Processor powered) graphics...
And here is the tale of an HP Pavilion Gaming - 15-Ec1073dx (1S8F3UA) user, who found out that the GTX 1650 was missing altogether: https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/Need-help-on-Laptop-15-ec1073dx/td-p/....
To get back to your question of your laptop's display refresh rate, it is listed at 60 Hz (FHD 1920 x 1080) max such as here: https://laptopsreviewer.com/product/hp-pavilion-15-ec1073dx-15-6-fhd-gaming-laptop-computer-6-core-a....
Hope this was helpful.
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