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Old videocard died (gtx650) It was hooked up with dvi-d which gave me 144hz.
I wanted a good direct upgrade, so I ordered the gtx 1650 super.
However this card does not have dvi,d.

My monitor seems to be too old, to support hdmi 2.0 So I will not get 144hz over pure hdmi.
What are my options? Will any dvi-d to hdmi work?
Found thid one here https://www.av-cables.dk/dvi-til-hdm...ine-0-5-m.html

Is it possible to connect the dvi-d end to the monitor and then the hdmi end to videocard, and get 144hz this way?


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Hahahaha, mate, I'm in the exact same boat - my current GPU has no DVI output, and recently I decided to dust the BenQ off and play a bit on it.


I haven't tried any adapters but as a temporary solution you can create a custom resolution - it will support 90Hz over HDMI.
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https://www.av-cables.dk/displayport...kabel-2-m.html
Can this be used, and achieve 144hz people?

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It will almost certainly not work for 120Hz, nor 144Hz, you need an expensive $60-$100 active adapter.

Your best bet is to return that 1650 Super for one that has DVI-D, or sell it and buy a 1650 Super with DVI-D. There's plenty of them that have the connector, same as 1660 and 1660 Supers.

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I gave up on the msi gtx 1650 super gaming x, and ordered a gigabyte gtx 1650 super windforce oc 4g. It has dvi-d, vrm cooling, and an backplate ☺️

I have no idea how loud those fans are compared to the msi one. But in worst case scenario, I can just slap some 92mm bequiet fans on it.

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The Gigabyte GTX 1650 Super, is just perfect.
It has thermal pads on entire memory and vrm. btw its 2mm thick thermal pads. A number gigabyte support refused to share with me back then, before I bought.

I modded the cooler itself. Removed the fan shroud w/ WindForce fans, and installed 2x BeQuiet Silent Wings 2 fans on it. Keeping them at constant 450RPM, regardless of load levels.

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