Yes, HDMI 1.4 can support up to 144Hz at 1920×1080. However, not all monitors with HDMI 1.4 necessarily do. Older 144Hz gaming monitors such as the Acer GN246HL, BenQ XL2411, BenQ XL2411Z, BenQ XL2430T, ASUS VG248QE, AOC G2460PF, etc are all limited to 60Hz over HDMI.
Unless you're gaming at 4K you don't even need to begin worrying about this, and even then you probably don't, because any cable you buy will still be enough. So that's why really HDMI doesn't affect your refresh rates, unless you are using an old standard cable. DisplayPort has similar standards and data rates.
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Instead, frozen pizza dough needs to be taken out from frozen and then defrosted in the refrigerator for ten to twelve hours. If you don't have that much time, setting the dough out on a counter and allowing it to defrost at room temperature for two hours should also be plenty of time.