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27 minutes ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

Are there any monitors that are 4K at 60Hz but you can push them at 1440p 144Hz and play fast fps games. Basically best of both worlds. Link me every monitor that can do that, doesnt matter if it uses a TN Panel, just link everything.

There aren't any 4K 60 Hz monitors that can also do 1440p 120+ Hz. There are a handful of 4K monitors that can do 1080p 120 Hz, but they are many thousands of dollars, like the NEC PA322UHD. There are a few more options in the TV market that can do 1080p 120 Hz, but I don't know any specific models off hand.

 

There are also the two 4K 144 Hz monitors (ASUS PG27UQ and Acer X27) which of course can do 1440p 144 Hz as well, but again, are very costly.

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Are there any monitors that are 4K at 60Hz but you can push them at 1440p 144Hz and play fast fps games. Basically best of both worlds. Link me every monitor that can do that, doesnt matter if it uses a TN Panel, just link everything.

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27 minutes ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

Are there any monitors that are 4K at 60Hz but you can push them at 1440p 144Hz and play fast fps games. Basically best of both worlds. Link me every monitor that can do that, doesnt matter if it uses a TN Panel, just link everything.

There aren't any 4K 60 Hz monitors that can also do 1440p 120+ Hz. There are a handful of 4K monitors that can do 1080p 120 Hz, but they are many thousands of dollars, like the NEC PA322UHD. There are a few more options in the TV market that can do 1080p 120 Hz, but I don't know any specific models off hand.

 

There are also the two 4K 144 Hz monitors (ASUS PG27UQ and Acer X27) which of course can do 1440p 144 Hz as well, but again, are very costly.

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7 minutes ago, Glenwing said:

There aren't any that do 1440p >60 Hz. There are a handful of monitors that can do 1080p 120 Hz, but they are many thousands of dollars, like the NEC PA322UHD. There are a few more options in the TV market that can do 1080p 120 Hz, but I don't know any specific models off hand.

you have been away a while here all 1400P and above 85hz+ panels on just PCpartpicker https://pcpartpicker.com/products/monitor/#r=768004320,576002160,512002880,409602160,384002160,384001600,384001080,344001440,256001600,256001440&H=85,240&sort=price&page=1

hell there is even 2 4k ones.

I would just get a 1440P 120 or 144 and call it a day.


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4 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

you have been away a while here all 1400P and above 85hz+ panels on just PCpartpicker https://pcpartpicker.com/products/monitor/#r=768004320,576002160,512002880,409602160,384002160,384001600,384001080,344001440,256001600,256001440&H=85,240&sort=price&page=1

hell there is even 2 4k ones.

I would just get a 1440P 120 or 144 and call it a day.

You may want to read the original post. He's not looking for a 1440p monitor.

 

I'll edit my post to make it more clear.

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Yeah I was also wondering why we don't have monitors like so.

Like having 4k 60Hz but in 1080p 240Hz would be great. 

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