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Lenovo Y27gq-25 does it support 2560 x 1440 at 144hz in HDMI mode?

Q: Lenovo Y27gq-25 does it support 2560 x 1440 at 144hz in HDMI mode?

First of all I want forum administrators know that this is probably my worst forum registration I ever had in my life. Just because I need to ask one question I have to spend over 20 minutes of registration process with few e-mails. It's not acceptable. Most companies have special form for questions which I can fill without any registration and time and without filling tons of fields. So regarding the question, I'm asking because in manual it's not clear. I see Video input HDMI (Digital) supports Clock frequency 600 Mhz which is half of DP range, but than after this Supported display modes only 2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz (HDMI). How it comes with so high clock frequency or I don't understand something in this parameters?

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Hello, I have Thinkpad T440 (i5-4300U, Intel HD Graphics 4400). I am considering buying a LCD display with WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and I am wondering wheather it will work with T440. Important thing is that it will work with 60 Hz refresh ratio. According to the specification [1] it should work: "[email protected] (DisplayPort via Mini DisplayPort cable on integrated models)", but the refresh ratio is pretty low - 30Hz. The specification [2] for i5-4300U, Intel HD Graphics 4400 says something different: "Max Resolution (DP)? [email protected]". So the refresh ration is higher than in T440 specification - 60Hz. Also quick reference quide to Intel processors [3] confirms the resolution and refresh ratio: "U-Processors: 3200 x 2000 @ 60 Hz, 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz". Is 2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz supported on T440? I hope that ThinkPad T440 specification is not accurate enough and that limit to 30 Hz refresh ratio only applies for 4k resolution (3840 x 2160). [1] http://psref.lenovo.com/syspool/Sys/PDF/ThinkPad/ThinkPad%20T440/ThinkPad_T440_Platform_Specificatio...[2] https://ark.intel.com/products/76308/Intel-Core-i5-4300U-Processor-3M-Cache-up-to-2_90-GHz[3] https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/quick-reference-guide-to-intel-processor-graphics

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has anyone done the upgrade? I just upgraded to a FULL HD screen and now i want the 2560 screen. Has anyone done it and is it possible!?

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Hi All,
I have a query and would very much appreciate some advice.
I am using a Lenovo Edge 72 Desktop (Thinkcentre) Type 3484 Model 3484JEG running Windows 7 64bit pro. The original graphics card has a max resolution of 1920x1080 but I would now like to run a monitor with a resolution of 2560x1440.
Could anyone please recommend a compatible graphics card that can output with that specific resolution?
The following card can work with that resolution but I have no way of knowing if it is compatible with the pc?
Thanks in advance for your help..
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A:ThinkCentre: which version Gt 730, 2560 x 1440 required (Lenovo Edge 72, 3484, 180w)

What is it that you're wanting to do with the hi-res monitor? 

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I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit with a Dell U2711 monitor. To do some precision work I need the U2711 to run at 2560 x 1440 which is one of its native modes.

The U2711 has a "displayport" plug. I'm contemplating the MSI Radeon HD 5770 which has two displayport outlets. If I use the HD R5770 can I just connect it via the displayports and run the latest R5770 driver software for W7 64-bit. Will that enable the U2711 to run at 2560 x 1440?

Any help will be deeply appreciated.

Thank you!


A:2560 x 1440 display

It should, as the 5750 has a Max Resolution of 2560 x 1600. A Guy

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Can anyone confirm if the P50 (NVIDIA Quadro M2000M 4GB) with the Workstation Dock 230W can run dual 2560 x 1440 at 60Hz? This site indicate that is should be possible. I just want to be sure.https://support.lenovo.com/dk/da/solutions/acc100247 ThanksThomas 

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I'm thinking of getting an X1 with a display of 14.0" WQHD (2560 x 1440).  Is it possible to set that at 1980x1080 if I want?  Is it feasible and will it use the entire physical display?  So essentially I'm hoping it would become like the FHD 1980x1080p display panel option.  not sure if this is a thing or not.  would be nice.  

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Hello,I am trying to run the following setup, but want to make sure what would be the best way to do it: ThinkPad T450 + 2 external Dell monitors (2560 x 1440). The monitors have HDMI and DP ports.The laptop has miniDP and VGA. Reading online, I think that HDMI (or DP) -> VGA will not support the resolution (2560 x 1440).I could hardly find any miniDP To Dual HDMI Adapters and I am not sure whether this will work at all. Anyone with experience on that, any advise? 

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Lenovo Y50-70 Laptop support 144hz monitors?Hello, i have a Lenovo Y50-70 Laptop. My question is, does this Laptop support a 144hz 1ms monitors?And which version of HDMI port in this laptop. 1.4 or 2.0 My laptop: http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/lenovo/y-series/y50/#tab-tech_specs Thank you!

A:Lenovo Y50-70 Laptop support 144hz monitors?

Hey do you have an answer for me?

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I have 2 new Elitebook 840 G3 laptops.They came with windows 7 out of the box, and I upgraded one to Windows 10 64bit.I have the same problem with both. Neither will display anything over displayport to a BenQ BL3200PT AMVA+ 32-inch Monitor 16:9, 2560 x 1440. The laptop is advertised with: "DisplayPort Supports resolutions up to 4096 x 2160 @ 60 Hz Resolutions are dependent upon monitor capability, and resolution and color depth setting"  When I plug in the cable, the laptop screen goes blank, the monitor just turns off with no signal. To get the laptop screen back I need to unplug the cable, and sometimes actually plug it back in.Shutting down with the cable plugged in ends with an incomplete shutdown, and needs the power button held down until the lights go off. The same monitor works fine at full resolution with a USB>DisplayPort displaylink adapter. So, the cable+monitor appear to work fine. I've gone into the bios, and increased the video memory to 512mb, but that hasn't made a difference.I've switched down from displayport 1.2 to 1.1 compatibility in the monitor settings but that hasn't helped.I've used SoftPAQ to go to latest bios, video drivers, chipset drivers.I've uninstalled HP video drivers and gone with newer intel native drivers. Exact same behaviour.  So, the fact that this is happening on two laptops strikes me as strange. It's hardly a hardware problem. I don't have a 2nd ... Read more

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I have the ASROCK H77M and want to buy a 27" monitor with 2560x1440 resolution.

the specs show on DVI/HDMI it only can support 1920x1200. My only high-resolution option seems to be the analog (D-sub) port where the board lists 2048x1536 as the max. resolution.

currently i have 2 monitors on it (24" 1920 x 1080 on DVI and 19"on on sub-D) on DVI. that 19"monitor would go away and i plan to use the 24"and the 27". now the way i see it i would have to hook up the 27"monitor via D-sub:
- will the picture quality be bad?

Ideally I don't buy a graphics card.... unless that is my only option to get good picture quality at high res. i don't do any graphics application that would require more then the Intel on-chip graphics.

i haven't researched much if some boards with on-board graphics (on Intel CPU) would allow monitors with higher resolution vie HDMI.

A:use 27" (2560 x 1440) on board with 1920x1200)

It should be fine using VGA I myself don't really see much or any difference from my VGA and dvi monitors.

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Hi @ all :-) is ist possible to connect a monitor with a resolution of 2560x1440 (Eizo CG277) at the displayport of the HP ProBook 470 G2? Thanks in advance :-)

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On your Dell XPS 15 9550 open up excel (2013 or 2016) and launch any worksheet with data.
Move the worksheet from the built in monitor to the externally connected QHD monitor (which should be in extended mode).
Try scrolling up and down on the worksheet.
Does it look normal or do you encounter graphic distortions?
Thanks in advance

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I am considering to buy 5th generation Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Intel Core i7-7500U-processor (20HR002MMD). Currently the following displays are available: A. 14.0" FHD (1920 x 1080) 300 nitsB. 14.0" WQHD IPS (2560 x 1440) 300 nits available in Summer 2017 Questions:1. Is there a noticeable difference between display A and B in practice?2. If I buy display A (1920 x 1080) is it then possible to have a screen resolution of (2560 x 1440) on my external UHD Monitor? Thank you in advance.

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I have a 1440p monitor and was wondering if there is any way to get up to that resolution of 2560 x 1440. The max resolution I can get to is 1920x1080 using extend desktop or using only monitor 2. All drivers are up to date. In the manual it says the max resolution supported by the hdmi, which is what I'm using, is 1920 x 1200, but my graphics card is not listed in the manual, which is the 7690m xt. And before you ask, yes all my drivers are up to date, even though the amd display driver is from 2011. I've also tried the other output which is vga, again maxing out at 1080p. 

A:Connecting HP Pavilion dv7t-6c00 CTO Quad to 2560 x 1440 mon...

Hi, How do you connect to it, HDMI port on your computer only supports 1920 x 1200 (or 1080). Regards.

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I have a Folio 1040 G1 with an i5-4300U CPU and an ultraslim docking station. Can I drive both a 1920 x 1080 and  a 2560 x 1440 monitor at the same time at 60 Hz?

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Calibrated the non-touch WQHD (2560 1440) panel in my ThinkPad T470p with a Sypder4Express, and the result is a great improvement. For best results you should calibrate your own panel, but my profile (attached) is worth trying as the next best thing. Unless there are obvious problems, most people just assume their monitors work correctly. But the truth is that mass produced monitors are usually significantly off in terms of color balance, too green, too blue, etc, and most people just don't notice unless they see two monitors side by side with the same image. In addition to showing us wrong colors, incorrect color balance can make printing images an exercise in frustration. Fortunately, monitor calibration is an easy way to solve the problem, and should be done by anyone who cares about color. Unfortunately, trying to do it by eye (e.g., Windows Display Color Calibration) is crude and imperfect at best. What's needed for good results is a colorimeter, a hardware device that can accurately measure the color of a monitor. 

John   [tips]   ThinkPad T470p:Win8.1Pro64 | i7-7820HQ | 32GB | 512GB SSD | WQHD | AC | BT | Cam | FR

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Calibrated the non-touch WQHD (2560 1440) panel in my ThinkPad T460p with a Sypder4Express, and the result is a great improvement. For best results you should calibrate your own panel, but my profile (attached) is worth trying as the next best thing. See How to Install A Color Profile For Your Monitor, In Windows and my blog post Navas' Tips: Calibrate Your Monitor. 

John ~ ThinkPad T470p[Win8.1Pro64 | i7-7820HQ | 32GB | 512GB SSD | WQHD | AC | BT | Cam | FR]

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Calibrated the non-touch WQHD (2560 1440) panel in my ThinkPad T470p with a Sypder4Express, and the result is a great improvement. For best results you should calibrate your own panel, but my profile (attached) is worth trying as the next best thing. See How to Install A Color Profile For Your Monitor, In Windows and my blog post Navas' Tips: Calibrate Your Monitor. 

John ~ ThinkPad T470p[Win8.1Pro64 | i7-7820HQ | 32GB | 512GB SSD | WQHD | AC | BT | Cam | FR]

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I am now considering to choose a new Thinkpad. X1 Carbon Gen 6, X1 yoga Gen 3, and T480s are under my review (waiting 3rd party review coming out). I prefer more on T480s as it has discrete GPU option plus faster Ram, but sad it doesn't have 500nits screen option as the X1 series, and T480s only offers 1 TB3 port. Anything that Lenovo can do on giving more options on screens and TB3 options to T480s potential buyers (especially these 3 models shares the same pool of hardware parts (as seen on latest Product Specifications reference http://psref.lenovo.com/ ?) P.S. Can Lenovo also explain why once buyer chooses to get the 500nits monitor for X1 series, IR camera will not be available for such models. Is that design limitation? 

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Dear guys,

I have a Tecra R850 laptop (the graphic card is an AMD Radeon HD 6450M) with a PA3916A-1PRP port replicator.

I already have a 23" running at 1920x1080 connected via HDMI.
I would like to buy a 27" to run it at 2560 x 1440.

So my ideal configuration would be the 27" at 2560 as main monitor and the 23" at 1920 as second monitor. One monitor (the 23") has Display Port, DVI and VGA input, the other one has DVI, Display Port 1.2, Mini Display Port 1.2, HDMI.

Is it possible to connect them as I wish (I would love to avoid the use of VGA)?
Do I need other stuff (another docking for example) to accomplish that?

Any idea is good for me!

Thanks a lot


A:Tecra R850 with 27" display at 2560 x 1440 and 23" display at 1920x1080


Generally speaking you may be able to connect two external monitors at a time depending on your notebook model.

In user manual of Tecra R850 you can read that when the Toshiba HI-Speed Port Replicator II is connected to the notebook, you cannot use _notebook?s_ external RGB (VGA) port.
This port will not work.

Furthermore you cannot use port replicator?s HDMI port and Display Port at the same time.
The hi-speed port replicator II contains a slider which can be moved to choose either the HDMI port or Display Port.

So it seems that you have one option to connect two externa monitors: (VGA + HDMI)
one monitor to HDMI/Display port and other to VGA/RGB port (port replicator's RGB port)

Another option to connect two external monitors at the same time, you should use another docking solution like for example Dynadock U3. It supports an HDMI and DVI port which can be used at the same time.

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Question that I could not find an answer for on Google before I buy. I currently have a Dell 6420 using Win 7 SP1 with a 1366 X 768 display that I have the text set at 125% so I can read it. What display is going to look better on an X1 Carbon if I use that setting, the 2560 x 1440 WQHD IPS LED Display or the 1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS LED Display using Win 7 Pro?

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I have dual GTX 780s and will be soon upgrading to quad GTX 780s in a 4 way sli configuration. For a while I was running 2 monitors, but as a look developer, screen space, colors, frame rates, and signal frequency are very important to an almost religious level so I bought 3 new monitors running at 144hz with a true color calibrator and sRGB config.

Problem...... Each 780 only has 2 DVI ports so I am plugging my third monitor into the second card, but that prohibits me from running sli in max performance mode. When I try using HDMI or Display Port cables to connect them all to the first card, I no longer can set the frequency to 144hz. In fact, it caps me at 60hz. I have considered trying to overclock the monitor but I feel its cable related. My HDMI and DP cables are not suited (as far as I am aware) for 4k or high frame rates. After doing some research, some people have said the cable is rather irreverent, but where I looked, that problem was never solved.

I hope someone might be able to help me figure out a way to solve this, could an active display port adapter to DVI-D perhaps fix this? is there an easier way? is it just the cables? I hope someone can help because I really want to free up this second, and soon third and fourth graphics cards so I can continue working without my render engines crashing every 5 seconds.

(side note, my HDMI and DP cables are about 6 years old, could that be part of the problem?)

A:GTX 780, how do I get 144hz out of HDMI or DP?

If I remember correctly, DP and HDMI will not give you 144hz capability, and an adapter wont work either. Others may correct as I'm going off memory.

Your CPU has built in graphics, you could use the DVI-D to run the third monitor @144hz and still run the SLI in max perf mode

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The Lenovo P10 has no HDMI Support! Very regretful for what is supposed to be a high end tablet.

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Does Lenovo Y50-70 support 4k over hdmi 2.0? I Would be thankful for the answer

A:does Lenovo Y50-70 support 4k over hdmi 2.0?

I wonder if the HDMI port is even 2.0 on my y50-70??  Anyone know?

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The model I'm looking at has 1 HDMI port and 1 VGA port. However, it doesn't state HDMI version.
What HDMI version is included in the Ideacentre 720 and does it support 4k output?
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A:Lenovo Ideacentre 720: HDMI version and 4K support

Hi supermango,
Welcome to Lenovo Community! And happy to have you here.
As per the datasheet of Ideacentre 720 both AMD & Intel models does have HDMI (1.4) which supports 4K output.   
I hope the above information helped you. 
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
Regards,Prabhansh_______________________________________________Tap that Kudos button if I helped.If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!

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Hello, I recently ordered an Ideapad 720s (13-inch). Lenovo web site mentions "*Connecting to a display requires a USB-C to HDMI or DisplayPort cable, depending on display interface." I was wondering I should buy a USB-HDMI cable or an adapter to connect this laptop to an external display. Does anyone know whether the Ideapad 720s (13-inch) model supports native HDMI through a USB port, namely the HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C? (as specified in https://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/HDMIAltModeUSBTypeC.aspx) Regards,Franky

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Before I reinstalled windows 7 32bit My 2nd monitor(CRT) could support 1440 X 900
but after I reinstalled windows It can only support 1280 x 1024.
I installed the same drivers as before
How can i get it so I could support 1440 X 900 again?

A:CRT Can't support 1440 x 900

I'll update my drivers first LOL
Just found it I was at v8 and the latest driver is v15

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I am looking for unbiased exhaustively detailed comparative reviews of high end-(ish) KVM switches that will support dual link (2560 X 1600 resolution) and dual head (two monitors).
I know that KVM switches are not in wide use even among the tech savvy -- so I am having a hard time finding detailed reviews (including front and back images) and recommendations. Can you point me to a site that specializes in KVM reviews? My searches are producing mostly store-front sites.
I need the KVM video connections to be DVI-D (not VGA) [I think that DVI-I would also work as I believe that it is a superset of DVI-D]. Would prefer for the keyboard and monitor connection to be USB rather than PS/2. I would prefer a 3-port switch but can settle for 2 port (and obviously can use a 4-port but do not want to pay a ton of extra money for extra ports that would not be used). Also, the switch needs to support XP and Win7 (so am looking for USB DDM KVM Switches--see link below to paper on DDM switches). Would prefer a model that also switches audio but that is not a deal breaker.
I am currently using an Avocent SwitchViewDVI 2SVDVI10 which I believe is supposed to support dual-link but does not appear to actually support resolutions greater than 1600 X 1200. And I just got a Dell U3011 and want to move up to max resolution. My current switch also definitely does not support a dual monitor setup so it is time to upgrade. (It also does not seem to work correctly switching my Brother printer connect... Read more

A:Looking for KVM switches that will support dual link (2560 X 1600 resolution)

This model from Gefen claims it will support dual link 3840 x 2400 resolution, dual monitors, USB, and audio. They don't mention DDM, so you would need to ask: http://www.gefen.com/kvm/dproduct.jsp?prod_id=4322

I haven't used this KVM before, but at my work I have used several other DVI switches and DVI splitters from Gefen with good results.

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Hi all! I have the Inspiron 7559 with an i5 cpu and the Nvidia Geforce GTX 960m for the GPU.I'm looking to get a 144hz monitor for higher framerates on some games. May i check if the laptop and GPU can support a higher refresh rate monitor? 
I understand that given my setup, i wont get ultra settings on a 144hz monitor. I'm actually looking at playing overwatch on low settings.


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How much RAM is support for the HP Model 1440 Socket S1G4 ? Specification AMD Phenom II N930 Quad-Core Processor Memory slots actual Type DDR3Size 4096 MBytesChannels DualDRAM Frequency 665.0 MHz

A:How much RAM is support for the HP Model 1440 Socket S1G4 ?

Hi, We need to know what is the full model name/number of your machine. Please check its label at the back. Regards.

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Hello Dell.
I did a quick search, the HD5500 graphic card should support the resolution output.
Could you confirm I can use the HD5500 can output to external display as extended display for my laptop and this ultra wide display.
What specification of HDMI cable should I use pleast.
Thank you

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I couldn't have a Lenovo 500-14ISK, I want to get an external monitor to up my productivity. I was looking at an LG 25UM58 25 inch Ultrawide IPS Monitor, but this runs at 2560 x 1080. Would it be possible to hook my laptop up to this and run that res? My laptop has a NVIDIA GeForce 920M 2 GB. I can't seem to find anything online to saying weather this is possible with a 920m. Thanks   

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Is there anyway for me to get 144hz out of my laptop with an external 144hz benq monitor? I don't know what I need. All I have is an HDMI port which can only produce 60hz

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Hi The display screen of my laptop has a refresh rate of 60hz, and I want to upgrade it to 144 Hz. I'm looking for a replacement screen which provides a refresh rate of 144 Hz, and is compatible with laptop's motherboard. I just saw this link showing a 120hz replacement screen. I want to see if I can get a 144 Hz one for mine. Thanks! Preetkaran

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In was wondering if i got a 144Hz monitor would my Lenovo y70-70 laptop be able to handle 144Hz, i know my laptop can handle 60Hz but is 144Hz too much? I am aware that ill need a HDMI 2.0(hdmi2.0 can support 144Hz) cable to connect from the monitor to the laptop. I just wanna know if my laptop can support 144Hz??

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I just received my X1C7 laptop, I wanted to use it for monitoring purpose. I want to have at least 4 monitors connected (including the laptop monitor), for that, I have bought a Lenovo Powered USB-C Travel Hub which has HDMI/VGA/USB2/USB3/RJ45. This gives me two HDMI. This is what I have connected: to the HDMI of the laptop a Dell P2217H screen.to USB-C the Asus MB16AC screento USB-C  the Lenovo Powered USB-C Travel Hub HDMII can get those 3 monitors working together: Laptop monitorUSB-C Asus MB16AC screenUSB-C HDMI OR USB-C Lenovo Powered USB-C Travel Hub HDMII am not able to use both HDMI and the USB-C together but if I unplug the USB-C screen, I am now able to use two HDMI signal together.  I am on Linux dka 4.19.0-6-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.19.67-2+deb10u1 (2019-09-20) x86_64 GNU/Linux How can I get two HDMI + USB-C monitors working at the same time? My bet is that this laptop does not support 2 HDMI monitor + 1 USB-C Monitor. I haven't tried on windows but is that even working on Windows?I have another USB3 screen Asus MB168B+. It uses DisplayLink driver, it does not have official support for Debian but theoretically, could it work as an extra screen considering I can't use (yet) two HDMI + 1 USB-C screen together.  

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I'm hoping to get a new external monitor for my laptop, but I am not sure how compatibility works in this case. This is the monitor I want to connect: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WHSW195/ref=sspa_dk_detail_0?pd_rd_i=B07HGK5S9Z&pd_rd_w=dgB9o&pf_rd_p=2... This monitor is only 1080p, so I know that my laptop should be able to handle the resolution easily because many people on here have mentioned 4k external monitors for their 920s. However, the ultrawide (21:9) aspect ratio and the 144hz refresh rate worry me. Would my laptop be compatible with a setup like that? And if so, would it be powerful enough to run it smoothly and quickly? I'm mostly interested in basic functions as I'm not a huge gamer, I just want a better setup for media consumption, work, etc. Any input is appreciated!

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Hello, I have Lenovo Legion Y520-15IKBMLenovo Y520-15 - Intel Core i5-7300HQ 2.5/3.5GHz; GeForce GTX 1060M MaxQ 6GB GDDR5; 8GB DDR4; 128GB SSD m.2NVMe ADATA SX7000 + 1TB HDD; 15,6" FHD; Windows10 I want to buy 144Hz monitor. Should I buy USB-C to DisplayPort cable adapter like that:https://www.morele.net/kabel-usb-microconnect-usb-c-to-displayport-4k-0-5m-czarny-usb3-1cdpb05-14189... or mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter? BR

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I have been looking for verification that if I buy the Dell 24 Gaming Monitor – S2417DG and attach it to my Inspiron 15 Gaming 7567 HDMI that I will get full 2560x1440 resolution refresh rate 165 Hz with 1ms response as the Monitor specs are listed.
I can find no information that the HDMI will pass this level of output.
I have talked to Dell tech support and they do say that the HDMI port is connected directly to the  NVIDIA  GeForce GTX 1050T i with 4GB GDDR5 but I also have seen information that HDMI will not support this.
So I am looking for verification on this configuration being compatible/able to output the full capabilities of the video card to the monitor via the on board HDMI output?

A:Inspiron 15 Gaming 7567 HDMI Specs/Does HDMI out support full bandwidth for G-SYNC Dell Gaming Monitor – S2417DG

First of all, G-Sync as far as I know requires DisplayPort and will not run on HDMI.  Even if it does, I don't think even HDMI 2.0 has enough bandwidth for 1440p @ 165 Hz.  And even if it does though, all of the Dell systems I've seen have only had HDMI 1.4, which is only enough for 1440p @ 60 Hz.  But even if all of that isn't a problem, does the Inspiron 7567 have ONLY a GeForce GPU, or does it have an Intel GPU plus a GeForce GPU?  If it's the latter, G-Sync will definitely not work because in almost all systems that have both GPUs, only the Intel GPU is directly wired to the display outputs.  If your system has ONLY the GeForce GPU, then G-Sync should work in theory, but again you may have the bandwidth problems I mentioned above.

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I just bought a Philips 242G5DJEB monitor for my laptop. My laptop only has a HDMI port. (I read that HDMI can only send 60hz) I already tried a HDMI to DVI-D converter which didn't work. How do I use my monitor at 144hz?

A:Can't use 144hz on 144hz monitor

You haven't described your laptop nor the Windows version and bit version it's running.


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Since you have to hunt around different Lenovo sites (and other sites) to find out about these softwares, I decided to make a post to get feedback from actual Yoga owners on how these programs interact, what they do, which ones are prerequisite, and which ones are unnecessary. Please don't take this as a blanket answer. This is just what I have found. It might be right - it might be wrong. I'm looking for others to post their experiences as well. Lenovo System Interface Foundation Driver - Necessary prerequisite (missing driver in device manager without it). It allows the Lenovo Utility and Lenovo Companion to work. Lenovo Yoga Mode Control - Necessary if you want to use your yoga to seemlessly change between all the different modes (laptop, tablet, tent, stand). This software is responsible for autorotating and putting Windows into tablet mode. Lenovo Utility - Recommended(?) This one I'm not too sure on. I remember that I was missing some function that I wanted but I can't remember what it was now. Maybe battery cycle count and health? Lenovo Companion - I don't have this one installed and don't think it's necessary but would like someone else to shed some light here.

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Sent: Wednesday, December 25, 2019 1:55 AMSubject: 12/25/2019 1:00 a.m. Reminder 1 : STRONG COMPLAINT ABOUT EXTREMELY POOR SUPPORT FROM LENOVO FOR LAPTOP IN FULL WARRANTY AND ON SITE SUPPORT (Service Order # 7009854929 / CRM COMPLAINTS TICKET # 04150305)Importance: High Service Order # 7009854929 for laptop repairCRM COMPLAINTS TICKET # 04150305 for a full replacement Laptop Serial # MP19HSZWCustomer Contact Name : Sandeep AichCustomer Contact Phone : 1-908-380 1362 (US Cell phone)Customer is on US East Coast and is available for contact from 9 a.m. to 12 midnight EST on this matter any day of the week including weekdays.THIS PROBLEM MUST BE SOLVED BEFORE JANUARY 3, 2019  I AM AN EXTREMELY UNHAPPY OWNER OF A LENOVO YOGA 720 LAPTOP WHICH IS UNDER FULL ON SITE SUPPORT CONTRACT. THIS IS A STRONG COMPLAINT ON THIS MATTER. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS DEFECTIVE LATOP MUST BE REPLACED / REPAIRED BEFORE JANUARY 3, 2019. MY DAUGHTER USES THIS FOR HER COLLEGE AND SHE IS LEAVING AFTER JANUARY 3, 2019 FOR COLLEGE. IF SHE DOES NOT HAVE A WORKING LAPTOP THEN SHE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO JOIN HER CLASS AND WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GRADUATE ON TIME. Going forward I will call LENOVO COPORATE OFFICE and send 3 emails every day till this situation is resolved. Lenovo Yoga 720 laptop purchased on July 18 2017 with 3Y On-site + ADP (Details at the bottom of this email).Repair request submitted on December 15, 2019 Service Order #: 7009833214 (See below)Delay notification was sent on... Read more

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I use Windows 7 Ultimate OS. The command prompt can't be opened in full screen mode(Shows the error msg when i press Ctrl+Alt:This system does not support full screen mode). But, in SAFE MODE i can run the cmd(command) mode in full screen.. If i install the XP mode Vertualization software,can i resolve this issue ? Bec, jus to work in command mode,i cant restart my laptop everytime to get into safe mode and normal mode.. And in XP mode, will my Windows 7 display changes to XP type ?
*Note: I also use a software called Turbo C++,which encounters the same problem of not supporting the full screen.. If i get into SAFE MODE, i can work in Full screen without any probem..

A:Why Windows 7 does not support full screen mode for command prompt like XP,is XP mode is the answer ?(Ultimate edition OS)

The same question is asked and answered on the following thread:
 Arthur Li - MSFT

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