[SOLVED] Does Gigabyte H310M-H support 75hz ?

Jan 14, 2022
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Hello !

I recently sold my GPU and I am currently using my CPU's integrated GPU - intel HD graphics 630. Before I sold my GPU I had my monitor running at 75hz using a DisplayPort but now when I am using the IGPU with HDMI it's capped at 60hz. I have installed the latest drivers for the IGPU and for the monitor I am using, which is AOC G2460VQ6. I contacted intel support and they said it could be that my motherboard's maximum refresh rate is 60hz or that the HDMI I am using is generic and not 1.4 . So my question is - can my motherboard support 1920x1080 75hz or it's just the HDMI cable being below 1.4 version?
This is the HDMI I am using : https://uk.hama.com/00200930/hama-high-speed-hdmi-cable-plug-plug-15-m
The Motherboard: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/H310M-H-rev-1x/sp#sp
The monitor: https://eu.aoc.com/en/gaming/products/monitors/g2460vq6
 
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Hello !

I recently sold my GPU and I am currently using my CPU's integrated GPU - intel HD graphics 630. Before I sold my GPU I had my monitor running at 75hz using a DisplayPort but now when I am using the IGPU with HDMI it's capped at 60hz. I have installed the latest drivers for the IGPU and for the monitor I am using, which is AOC G2460VQ6. I contacted intel support and they said it could be that my motherboard's maximum refresh rate is 60hz or that the HDMI I am using is generic and not 1.4 . So my question is - can my motherboard support 1920x1080 75hz or it's just the HDMI cable being below 1.4 version?
This is the HDMI I am using : https://uk.hama.com/00200930/hama-high-speed-hdmi-cable-plug-plug-15-m
The Motherboard...
Hello !

I recently sold my GPU and I am currently using my CPU's integrated GPU - intel HD graphics 630. Before I sold my GPU I had my monitor running at 75hz using a DisplayPort but now when I am using the IGPU with HDMI it's capped at 60hz. I have installed the latest drivers for the IGPU and for the monitor I am using, which is AOC G2460VQ6. I contacted intel support and they said it could be that my motherboard's maximum refresh rate is 60hz or that the HDMI I am using is generic and not 1.4 . So my question is - can my motherboard support 1920x1080 75hz or it's just the HDMI cable being below 1.4 version?
This is the HDMI I am using : https://uk.hama.com/00200930/hama-high-speed-hdmi-cable-plug-plug-15-m
The Motherboard: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/H310M-H-rev-1x/sp#sp
The monitor: https://eu.aoc.com/en/gaming/products/monitors/g2460vq6
The motherboard page says it only supports at 60hz, so you could try if in windows it is able to be changed, otherwise it is limited on 60hz.
 
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Jan 14, 2022
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The motherboard page says it only supports at 60hz, so you could try if in windows it is able to be changed, otherwise it is limited on 60hz.
Yes but if the HDMI port on my motherboard supports a maximum resolution of 4096x2160@30 Hz then I suppose there shouldn't be a problem to handle 1920x1080 75hz ? The HDMI I'm using has 10.2Gbps of maximum bandwidth isn't that enough for 1920x1080 75hz ?
 
Yes but if the HDMI port on my motherboard supports a maximum resolution of 4096x2160@30 Hz then I suppose there shouldn't be a problem to handle 1920x1080 75hz ? The HDMI I'm using has 10.2Gbps of maximum bandwidth isn't that enough for 1920x1080 75hz ?
The problem is with the motherboard capability itself, no matter how much possibilites there are, if the motherboard is limited at 60hz for 1080p, then it will be there. unless you could overclock the monitor itself to 75hz manually via driver.