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Refresh rate and Graphics card

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3 minutes ago, JuanJS said:

But when it comes to refresh rate, Does graphics card affect the refresh rate?

 

the graphics card has to draw all the images, and higher refresh rate requires more images to be drawn per second, so higher FPS does require more GPU performance. 144Hz would be a good choice for the RTX 2070. (240Hz also doesn't really look any better for the average gamer)

Hello.

Now I know Graphics card affects the resolution of monitor.

So I've decided to buy a 32 inch, 1440p monitor for my graphics card RTX 2070.

But when it comes to refresh rate, Does graphics card affect the refresh rate?

Or should I buy 144 Hz instead of 240 Hz?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, JuanJS said:

But when it comes to refresh rate, Does graphics card affect the refresh rate?

 

the graphics card has to draw all the images, and higher refresh rate requires more images to be drawn per second, so higher FPS does require more GPU performance. 144Hz would be a good choice for the RTX 2070. (240Hz also doesn't really look any better for the average gamer)

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53 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

the graphics card has to draw all the images, and higher refresh rate requires more images to be drawn per second, so higher FPS does require more GPU performance. 144Hz would be a good choice for the RTX 2070. (240Hz also doesn't really look any better for the average gamer)

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