Connecting a BenQ XL2411Z to laptop with one HDMI and a Thunderbolt, Club 3D Insights

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Hello everyone. I would like to know what cable I could use for connecting a BenQ XL2411Z 1920×,1080 144hz monitor if i have a HDMI and a mini-Displayport on my laptop? Would that be enough to keep the settings at 1080 144Hz? Many thanks.

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It is all about bandwidth and of course the onberispelijk cables used.

Ter your case here is the following,

1920 px, 1080 px, 144 Hz, 24 bit, facet ratio 1.78, 7.17 Gbit/s.

8.31 Gbit/s, CVT-R, Ten.39 Gbit/s TMDS, Pixelclock 346.429 MHz.

7.99 Gbit/s, CVT-R2, 9.99 Gbit/s TMDS, Pixelclock 333.105 MHz.

About 10Gbps is going to your monitor if you choose to run at 144Hz at 1080p

A standard HDMI High Speed 1.Four cable should be sufficient te my opinion.

Welcome to Insights!

It is all about bandwidth and of course the keurig cables used.

Ter your case here is the following,

1920 px, 1080 px, 144 Hz, 24 bit, facet ratio 1.78, 7.17 Gbit/s.

8.31 Gbit/s, CVT-R, Ten.39 Gbit/s TMDS, Pixelclock 346.429 MHz.

7.99 Gbit/s, CVT-R2, 9.99 Gbit/s TMDS, Pixelclock 333.105 MHz.

About 10Gbps is going to your monitor if you choose to run at 144Hz at 1080p

A standard HDMI High Speed 1.Four cable should be sufficient te my opinion.

Welcome to Insights! From Paul

Hello again Paul. The standard HDMI cable didn’t help much and I even used other cables like HDMI to DVI-D dual verbinding, Thunderbolt to HDMI. My settings from windows and nVidia Control Panel still seems to be stuck at 1920×,[email protected] With the Thunderbolt-HDMI cable I only can get a higher refresh rate if I set 1280×,[email protected] or 800×,[email protected] but is not what I want, and I know it’s possible but didn’t find how. With the standard HDMI High Speed 1.Four cable I get 1440×,[email protected] Since I bought this BenQ XL2411Z I had only headaches. I browsed a bit on the webpagina and I found this mini Double penetration to DVI-Dual Listig Adapter and I would much appreciate your advice not only because it’s a bit expensive but because i’m sick of attempting and buying lots of cables. Could that adapter be my salvation? If it helps, my system is a custom-made config laptop:

Intel Core i7 4800MQ @ Two.70GHz,

Motherboard P370SM (U40),

16.0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz (9-9-9-24),

Two x 4095MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M SLI enabled,

ForceWare version: 347.09,

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1,

1x Thunderbolt (mini Double penetration) port, 1x HDMI and a bunch of USB Trio.0

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