Question Can i achieve 165 hz on my laptop when its connected to an external monitor?

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Hello, I'm here to enquire more about this model, Gigabyte g24f. Can I achieve 165hz when it's connected to my laptop? I've asked some of my friends, they said it's not guaranteed, so here I am to get accurate answers.
My laptop model is FA6061-IHN241T(Asus Tuf Gaming A15), made by ASUS TUF GAMING. Hope to hear from you soon.
 
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the system specifications on the packaging, in the manual, and/or on the product support webpage will provide information regarding the included GPU and its capabilities.
yes, it did, but it wasn't clearly specified. The seller of the monitor told me there's no guarantee if it can support 165hz.
Ive did my own research and found out most laptops can only support 144hz when connected to external monitor.
 
The seller of the monitor told me there's no guarantee if it can support 165hz.
if specs state it is a 165Hz display but the seller states they don't know if it can support this refresh rate i would be returning it ASAP.
this probably means it is defective and they are just unloading it.
it did, but it wasn't clearly specified
what do you mean?
if the included GPU can support this refresh rate then it can.
what does it state that isn't clearly specified?

if the GPU can output 165Hz at your intended resolution,
if you are using a cable capable of handling the bandwidth needed,
and your display supports 165Hz at it's native resolution then it would work.

determine what CPU/iGPU or dedicated GPU the laptop has.
check it's specs on it's manufacturer product support webpage
and it will tell you what it is capable of.

you can also contact customer support/tech support for the laptop and inquire there.
 
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if specs state it is a 165Hz display but the seller states they don't know if it can support this refresh rate i would be returning it ASAP.
this probably means it is defective and they are just unloading it.

what do you mean?
if the included GPU can support this refresh rate then it can.
what does it state that isn't clearly specified?

if the GPU can output 165Hz at your intended resolution,
if you are using a cable capable of handling the bandwidth needed,
and your display supports 165Hz at it's native resolution then it would work.

determine what CPU/iGPU or dedicated GPU the laptop has.
check it's specs on it's manufacturer product support webpage
and it will tell you what it is capable of.

you can also contact customer support/tech support for the laptop and inquire there.
oh okay thanks
 

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