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Running 60Hz and 144Hz from one gpu

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So pretty straight forward question. I'm thinking of buying a 144Hz monitor to go with my current 60hz. Could I run both at their native refresh rates from one gpu? The gpu is a Asus 280x DC2T.

If it matters the 60hz only has one input port (VGA)

Any help would be appreciated biggrin.gif

P.s sorry for posting this in the monitor section as well but I think I may have more luck here rolleyes.gif
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Yes this will work just fine for regular use. Eyefinity might work, Im not sure.
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post #3 of 5
Yea you can run multiple displays at different refresh rates, but don't expect to span the displays, they will just operate individually ie: main monitor, extended secondary, etc.

I personally run a 144hz display in the middle of my triple set up and 2x 60hz on the sides. With the latest nvidia drivers and gpu's you seem to have no issue turning all the displays down to 60hz and running 2d surround. I think they got rid of their timing requirements and stuff that forced people to buy like displays models or create custom timing profiles.
    
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post #4 of 5
Actually I could span a 3-display Eyefinity @ 144Hz with two of the monitors monitors being 60Hz panels.
The BenQ (144Hz) ran at its native refresh rate because I'm running with a LightBoost mod which causes it to flicker when set to 60Hz.
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Thank you very much for the replies guys biggrin.gif +rep for all of you fine people.
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MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
AOC 24" Ducky Shine 3 Corsair HX650 Corsair Obsidian 650D 
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