iodineHi Guys. Sorry for making another thread, but i just wanted to clarify something. My adapter settings for my aoc g2460pf show that i can go up to 144hz, but whenever I set it to 144 hz, it automatically resets to 60 hz in my adapter settings for some reason. However, my nvidia control panel shows that my display is currently on 144 hz.
So I wanted to know if I am on 60 or 144 hz if my adapter settings show 60 hz and my nvidia control panel shows that I'm on 144 hz.
Edit: I did the testufo.com test and it says I have 60 hz. Is there something wrong with my monitor? I am using displayport, which should support 144 hz.
Issue is likely not with the monitor.
"adapter settings show 60 hz" where are you looking for this?
"I did the testufo.com test and it says I have 60 hz." Which web browser are you using? Internet Explorer doesn't support over 60Hz. Edge doesn't support it correctly (shows my 240Hz as 80Hz rofl). Firefox and Chrome both require hardware acceleration to do over 60Hz.
In chrome for hardware acceleration click the 3 dots in the top right -> click settings -> scroll down and click "advanced" -> scroll down and find the system area -> make sure the slider is to the right (to the left of the button should turn blue) for hardware acceleration
should look like this
In firefox for hardware acceleration it should be on by default for most, but just in case. Click the 3 dashes in the top right -> go to options -> under "performance" uncheck -> "Use recommended performance settings" -> make sure "Use Hardware acceleration when available" is checked.
should look like this if you have to go this route
you may want to change the content processing limit higher or lower depending on your preferences.