WQHD 120Hz did we get any possibility to use it

Discus and support WQHD 120Hz did we get any possibility to use it in XBoX on Consoles to solve the problem; Good Evening Guys, sry for my bad English i have the new Xbox Series X, and an WQHD Monitor with 144hz, can i use the 120hz from Gears 5 maybe or... Discussion in 'XBoX on Consoles' started by Julian6399, Nov 21, 2020 at 10:32 PM.

  1. Julian6399
    Julian6399 Guest

    WQHD 120Hz did we get any possibility to use it


    Good Evening Guys,

    sry for my bad English

    i have the new Xbox Series X,

    and an WQHD Monitor with 144hz,

    can i use the 120hz from Gears 5 maybe or only 4k is with 120hz ?

    at the Moment i only can get 60hz .....

    or did we get an Update to use it or did i need an 4k Monitor

    Thanks for the Help

    :)
     
  2. dr1edker Win User

    Unable to 120Hz at 1440p Even Though Monitor Supports 144Hz at 1440p

    Is it possible to change the framerate from 144 to 120hz on monitor ( AOC AGON AG322QC4 )
    Becoyse what i know is that on samsung c32hg70 it is possible to set framerate on 120hz - so , we can play 1440p/120hz with freesync on
  3. Au218 Win User

    : LG 32GK850F-B I recently purchased has a disc for installing display driver and O.S.D for the monitor. PLZ HELP!

    Thank you for the help, I just want to make sure I get the best experience for my money that I can. Another quick question here. If I enable Ipv6 from my ISP will that give me increased bandwidth to possibly play at 120hz refresh rate with 1440p resolution?
    I am currently only able to achieve 120hz @ 1080p. When I had my computer hooked up to the monitor I could add custom resolutions, but it was stating 120hz @ 1440p is currently outside my bandwidth range. If its possible to get 120hz @ 1440p using Ipv6 it's
    something I want to look into.

    Appreciate your help.
  4. ooO StAsH Ooo Win User

    Xbox one x not displaying 1440/120

    I don't have enough info to confirm if the Series X will be able to run 144hz on a monitor such as the one you have purchased but feel fairly confident that 120hz will be possible since it will be using HDMI 2.1

    From what i've read 'HDMI to displayport' adapters are usually limited to 60hz at this point in time as most displays are using HDMI 2.0 so it wouldn't really be worth bothering with as you would still be running 60hz at 1440p as the Xbox One X uses
    HDMI 2.0 which will only allow 60hz maximum for 4K or 1440p (1080p/120hz yes, but not 1440p/120hz). Even if your monitor uses HDMI 2.1 it still has to connect to HDMI 2.0 on the console so 120hz would not be possible at 1440p.

    Since HDMI 2.0 is what current gen uses 60hz is the optimum setting for 4K and all games are
    capped at 30-60fps on the console (also due to the fact that most console users will be connecting to TVs and 60hz is pretty much what most HD/4K TVs are capable of). This should change with the Series X which will have HDMI 2.1 (capable of 120hz)
    but seems unlikely that 144hz will be possible on the console. I think the best you could expect is to be able to get 4K/120hz with HDMI 2.1 on the Series X although it is said that it will support up to 8K on TVs/Monitors that are capable.

    My recommendation would be to get a monitor that's 4K HDR 120hz as this should be able to get the best of current gen (1440/60hz) and Series X (120hz) without paying extra for 144hz which, as stated in my last reply, would only be useful for Gaming PCs and
    not consoles.

    Hope this info helps you decide which monitor to go with and has helped in any way to make things a little clearer in regards to why the settings may be working the way they are.

    Stay safe and Happy Gaming!

    XBA
  5. tommypat21 Win User

    Xbox one X 120 HZ using 1440P

    Hey I know this is old, but did you ever figure it out? I can either use FreeSync without 120HZ, or I can use 120HZ without FreeSync. Just bought my monitor and don't really want to return it because I got a good deal on it and it would be an easy transition
    to PC gaming. Thanks in advance for any input.
  6. Light759 Win User

    Should I upgrade to a 120Hz TV for the Xbox One ?

    If you are getting a tv I'd say no. From what I understand, many 120hz tvs only accept a 60hz input and double the frames. This means you wont see any real improvement as the console will think its connected to a 60hz screen. Plus any smoothing effects will
    create huge latency and can be pretty bad for a game. You could search out a tv or large pc monitor that accepts the native input but I highly doubt we will see any 120hz games that aren't pretty simple. They will most likely be pushing for 1080p with maybe
    60fps and focus the rest of the power on effects and other graphical areas.

    That said the panel in a 120hz tv has the potential to be better due to faster refresh, therefore less ghosting. It could also benefit any non gaming activities the One wants to push for if you enable smoothing. In my experience though, it can have issues,
    especially if we see a rise of 30fps games again. I recently had to decide between a 60hz and a 120hz PC monitor for my consoles, and the 120hz had a strange slow motion effect that I guessed was from having to show a frame upwards of four times, but that's
    just a guess.

    My advice (TL;DR): Just stick with a good 60hz tv or monitor and wait until we see any 120hz capable games. I highly doubt we will see any, and unless you plan to use it for other purposes, it might be a waste of money.
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