[SOLVED] 144hz monitor turned 60hz.

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Hi! I bought Samsung 27-Inch CJG56 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor this time. But when I installed it all, it was set to 60 Hz, so I tried to change it to 144 Hz right away, but I couldn't find it. I've tried window display and nvida setting, but there wasn't 144hz. I don't know if it's because I'm using gt730 or because of hdmi cable. Does gt730 not support 144hz? Help me...
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FBNNWVV/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&th=1
 
its GeForce GT 730
Who makes it? EVGA, ASUS etc?
Can you link the exact product page of the card?

I ask because I need to know what HDMI version the card has. It needs to be HDMI 1.4 or later to support 144hz 1080P, but given that your monitor is 1440P it will need to be HDMI 2.0 which I doubt the 730 has.

To be honest your monitor is far superior to the card you have, if you are just using it for general or office work the 730 will be fine, but if you plan to game the experience wont be good at all with the GT 730.
 
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Who makes it? EVGA, ASUS etc?
Can you link the exact product page of the card?

I ask because I need to know what HDMI version the card has. It needs to be HDMI 1.4 or later to support 144hz 1080P, but given that your monitor is 1440P it will need to be HDMI 2.0 which I doubt the 730 has.

To be honest your monitor is far superior to the card you have, if you are just using it for general or office work the 730 will be fine, but if you plan to game the experience wont be good at all with the GT 730.
oh mb, it looks Nvidia
 
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There are plenty of good cards on the used market. RX580, GTX1060 are around and sometimes under 100 USD and if you wan tot go up a tier in performance from that you can find GTX1070 for under 180 and GTX1070 TIs for around 200.
this is Samsung slim desktop... so.. its really small PC case and small watt of PSU... i think I need to buy new one :( ....
 
this is Samsung slim desktop... so.. its really small PC case and small watt of PSU... i think I need to buy new one :( ....
If its a slim form factor computer most likely it wont support any real graphics card. Without knowing the exact wattage of the PSU I cant recommend any that could work, but even then most likely it will be a lower power card like the GTX1050 or maybe some of the GTX1050ti models.
 
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If its a slim form factor computer most likely it wont support any real graphics card. Without knowing the exact wattage of the PSU I cant recommend any that could work, but even then most likely it will be a lower power card like the GTX1050 or maybe some of the GTX1050ti models.
its 270w ,, its really small
 
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i can run 144hz with those graphics card right? even 270w psu
and those are including a low profile bracket?
 
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Yeah that should work, but no guarantees with those low wattage PSU they put in pre-builts. You might want to check around eBay and Facebook Marketplace for a used one. The should be quite cheap.

If for whatever reason your PSU cant handle that card they make plenty of low profile GTX1050 (non ti's)
ok! thanks for advice.
 

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