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A Silver
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I just ordered a 1440p 144hz (OC to 165hz) monitor and it uses display port which I have no experience with. It is probably a silly question but to get 1440p at 165hz will the cable that comes in the box be good enough or will I need to get a different higher bandwidth one?

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If they sent you a cable it should be good enough. Of course, no harm in just plugging it in and finding out

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7 minutes ago, A Silver said:

I just ordered a 1440p 144hz (OC to 165hz) monitor and it uses display port which I have no experience with. It is probably a silly question but to get 1440p at 165hz will the cable that comes in the box be good enough or will I need to get a different higher bandwidth one?

Just use the one in the box, that's what it's for :)

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