Question so i have a RTX 2070 Super that only supports dp and hdmi and my monitor doesnt support dp it only support dvi-vga-hdmi and i want to have 144hz

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ok so i found a hdmi, it supports 120hz but the maximum res is 1440x900 in my nvidia control panel, but in my display settings i can change it to 1920x1080 but it will be 60hz is there any way to fix this?
 
ok so i found a hdmi, it supports 120hz but the maximum res is 1440x900 in my nvidia control panel, but in my display settings i can change it to 1920x1080 but it will be 60hz is there any way to fix this?
https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/how-to-connect-to-a-120-hz-display.3268285/

How can I connect to the GN246HL / XL2411Z at 144 Hz?

The only way to get 144 Hz on the Acer GN246HL or BenQ XL2411Z is by connecting to the monitor's DVI port with a Dual-Link DVI connection. The VGA and HDMI ports on these monitors are limited to around 60 Hz at 1080p.​
The DVI connection must be DUAL-LINK, otherwise you will be limited to 60 Hz.
What kind of DisplayPort/USB-C adapters can I use?

Getting 1080p 144 Hz on a DP to DVI or USB-C to DVI connection requires specialized adapters. You cannot use normal $10 adapters.​
You need to use a DUAL-LINK ACTIVE ADAPTER, which usually costs around $70–$100 USD.​
Please note, you cannot use just any "active adapter". It must be a DUAL-LINK active adapter. Not all DP to DVI active adapters are Dual-Link.​

Do you have any suggestions for DisplayPort/USB-C to DVI adapters?

Yes.​
I have tested the following DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI active adapter. It works up to 144 Hz at 1080p:​
I have tested the following USB-C to Dual-Link DVI active adapter. It works up to 144 Hz at 1080p:​
However, be warned that DP to DL-DVI active adapters are not very reliable and should only be considered as a last resort. It is strongly recommended to return or sell the monitor and get one that has an actual DisplayPort input port rather than use these adapters.​
 

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