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Razer Blade Late 2016 to 1440p 144hz IPS Monitor

Discussion in 'Systems' started by LiverOrganheadville506, Jan 3, 2018.

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  1. So I have a Razer Blade Late 2016 and a 1440p 144hz monitor, but I am only getting a 60 frame cap in games because of the hdmi 1.4 port. I know that the blade won't go up to 144hz at 1440p easily, but I just wanted to know if there was any way to get the monitor to at least 75hz. Is there a way to get a usb-c to displayport to get it up, or will that not work?
     
  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    It’s monitor for at least for gtx 1080 if you want to enjoy fully of its capabilities imo. HDMI on Blade with gtx1060 as ist know is hdmi 2, not 1.4, you can get over 60 FPS.
    On my Blade 14 2017, through hdmi i can get 75Hz but not through usb c, it might be my usb c docking doesn’t support that, idk exactly but I think I saw user who said with right adapter/cable it could support over 60.
    About gtx 1060 on it if you play around with the setting I think you can play 1440p over 60, I play Battlefront 2017 (1440 high, 78 downscale 50~) and AC Origins (4K medium, around 40FPS), they’re beautiful, can’t wait tonight to see Destiny 2 on it.
     
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  3. I found that the Razer Blade late 2016 only has hdmi 1.4 sadly. maybe if anyone has an usb-c to DisplayPort adapter that they know works with over 60fps, they can link one? I know that with the usb-c, the gpu links up with the integrated graphics.

    Lol, nvm what I said. I just looked at the master guide, and apparently it is hdmi 2.0.:big_grin_:
     
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  4. Nedloyyd

    Nedloyyd New Member

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