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How to achieve 144hz

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Hello everyone!

I am currently an extreme newbie when it comes to the hackintosh scene and I am looking for some help regarding my refresh rate.

I am trying to enable 144hz but for some reason I am unable too. After doing some research I've been told to do things as as go to system preferences < displays and change the refresh rate there, however, there is no option to change my refresh rate. I've also tried using a program called SwitchResX and under the Display < Start up Resolution settings, i changed it too 1920 x 1080 @ 144 but that still didn't do anything. If I enable Windows 10 on my PC, i am able to get 144hz through Nvidia Control panel and I am using a DVI cable to do so. Underneath the Overview section it says I am running macOS Catalina and it recognized my Asus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Under display it shows the correct graphics card and says I am running at a resolution of 1920 x 1080. Any idea's how I can get 144hz to work? It currently feels like I am running 30hz.

 

My PC specs consist of i7-7700k, GTX 1080Ti, 32GB DDR4 Ram, MSI Z270 Krait Gaming Mobo, 500GB M.2 (This is where my hackintosh is installed), and 1TB SSD (Where my windows 10 is installed)

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Do a Google search for MacOS Nvidia drivers, and you'll understand the problem.  Unfortunately, your Nvidia 1080Ti is not *truly* supported under Catalina.  No hardware acceleration or CUDA support, either.  It sucks!

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