Hi Daniel, the document below lists 60Hz as the maximum refresh rate supported.
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@ dh2, Following is the information on 144Hz support that should help you configure your system.
When using DVI:
Intel HD Graphics 4600 Does not support Dual DVI natively (however DP to Dual DVI Active Dongle might work- but not supported ) and Max Pixel Clock is supported on Single Channel DVI is 165Mhz.
So max on DVI at 1920 x 1080 is 60p Hz.
Intel HD Graphics 4600 Max Pixel Clock supported on HDMI is 300Mhz. So max on HDMI at 1920 x 1080 is 60p, 85p,100p, 120pHz.
Note : 1920 x 1080 (144p Hz) is not supported on HDMI as it Exceeds the max Pixel Clock supported by our Intel HW ( 300Mhz)
Driver will enable and support 300Mhz based on HDMI Panel’s (HDMI Registration ID supplied by panel )
When using DispalyPort :
Intel HD Graphics 4600 Max Pixel Clock supported on DisplayPort Various based on SKU - ( Based on CD Clock of the SKU – Which is OEM setting via System bios.)
So based on what the BIOS has enabled, at 1920 x 1080, 60p, 85p,100p, 120p,144pHz are supported.
We tested based on your configuration and found the following:
With DisplayPort, working fine on DisplayPort Interface ,Which means we are able to see and apply 1920 x1080 @ 144Hz without any issue..
Above is from our CUI. Driver used : 10.18.10.3618 ( Dated 5/12/2014 )
Thanks a lot for your very helpful and extended answer! I will try to use the displayport-connection but as I do not have the necessary cable at hand it will have to wait till it is delivered.
Again thanks a lot, this is much more support than expected.
I have the exact same issue but I dont understand how you got it to work. Im using an ASUS VG278HE that is 144hz and my MSI laptop has an Intel HD 4600 as its integrated and a 860GTXM as well.
I have the ASUS VG27HE and it doesnt have display ports unfortunatley, just HDMI, DVI, and VGA.
My laptop has one HDMI and 2 Display port adapters. Its using Intel HD 4600, aswell as a GTX860M.
How do I get this monitor to run at 120HZ? I dont really need the full 144.
I am using Acer 24" Predator GN246HLBbid 144Hz Gaming, and it does not have DisplayPort either, but cant get it to run at 120hz. any answert for that?
Would i be able to get 144hz or atleast over 60hz by using a DisplayPort converter from my laptop to a DVI or HDMI cable? i cant get over 60hz even by only using a HDMI cable
I am affraid the converters from Display Port to DVI or HDMI will also lower the display setting. Which means you will not be able to get the full 144hz.