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Is there a monitor that can do 4k 60hz but also do 1080p 144hz?

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Right now I have a 4k 60hz monitor. I'm starting to get into fps games more and I want to get higher fps. Since my monitor is stuck at 60hz, I can't see above 60fps, but I really feel like it will improve my gaming experience at 144hz. I was looking at 1080p 144hz monitors but I really don't want to give up the 4k resolution when I'm not gaming. In short, I want a 1080p 120hz/144hz monitor that I can use when gaming, but I also want that monitor to do 4k 60hz when I'm not gaming. Is there a monitor that can do both? I average about 120fps in some games and I am in the process of building a new gaming computer to improve upon that. 

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just go with a 1440p 120-144


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Either compromise and go 1440p 144hz or get a secondary monitor that is 1080p 144hz. 
Afaik there isn’t a monitor that can do 4K 60hz then transfer to 1080p 144hz


I am far from an expert in this so please correct me if I’m wrong.

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If you don’t want to have multiple monitors then I’m sure there is 4K 144hz monitors that exist. But they’re probably very expensive

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