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Intel UHD 730 WQHD max refresh rate?

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Go to solution Solved by YoungBlade,

That limitation is just based on the type of port used, which is why there are two different numbers for HDMI and DisplayPort. The HDMI support is HDMI 2.0b and the DP support is for version 1.4, but note that this also depends on the port on the motherboard. It looks like that motherboard is using the same ports as the max Intel spec, so you're good there.

It might be just late and I'm just to tired but, how can I identify supported Screen-Resolutions and Refresh-Rates for Intel UHD 730?

On the Intel Product Page Max-Resolution declared is 4096x2160@60Hz. But what about 1440p?

I would like to know Max Hz for 1440p.

 

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It does support up to 144hz at lower resolutions, but I'm not sure what would let you do that?  I don't even think that CSGO will go that high on that iGPU?

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Office work 😄 I really think even for working 144 Hz is way more comfortable for the eyes. This RIG is for Office stuff only 😄

I do believe you, but is there any way to confirm this? Or do you know it because you tried it?

Keyboard Corsair K65 LUX RGB - Streamdeck DIY - Mouse Steelseries Rival 310 - Monitors FPS: Acer XF240H 144 Hz Second: 4K LG 27UD68 - Headphone Some old Stereo Steelseries - Microphone Rode PSA 1 + Rode PSM 1 + Rode Podcaster - Webcam Logitech C270 - Case Phantek P500A - Mainboard MSI MEG Z490 UNIFY - Processor Intel Core i9-10850K - Cooling beQuiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 - Graphics Card MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming X Trio (currently RIP) - Ram 32GB (2x 16384MB) G.Skill Trident Z Neo DDR4-3600 DIMM CL16-19-19-39 Dual Kit - Storage SanDisk Extreme PRO 1TB M.2 NVMe 3D SSD, Crucial MX200 240GB, Seagate Desktop SSHD 1TB - PSU beQuiet! Dark Power Pro 11 850W - Inet Download: 200 MBit/s - Upload: 20 MBit/s

 

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That limitation is just based on the type of port used, which is why there are two different numbers for HDMI and DisplayPort. The HDMI support is HDMI 2.0b and the DP support is for version 1.4, but note that this also depends on the port on the motherboard. It looks like that motherboard is using the same ports as the max Intel spec, so you're good there.

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