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does the ThinkCentre m93z All-In-One support 3 monitors?

Q: does the ThinkCentre m93z All-In-One support 3 monitors?

So it is an all-in-one, so that is already 1 monitor. On top of that I would like to add 2 more 27" monitors, making a total of 3. Is that possible? I tried it, but it doesn't recognize the 3rd. I think it might be the outlets that are screwy. The VGA doesn't seem to work well.

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Hi group!Little trouble here. We are trying to enable VT-x technology on our M93z AIO and can't seem to get a straight answer. Is this even possible? We've tried every possible BIOS update. Nothing appears to be working. Maybe someone here can help. Thank you!

A:ThinkCentre M93z and VT-x

Sorry and we may have forgotten to mention we are using Windows 7 enterprise.

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Every now and then, the screen for my M93Z will become very fuzzy and the colours will skew towards green(ish). Sometimes, temporarily shutting off the screen fixes the issue, sometimes even switching between programs helps (if say one program was a full screen isntance and then the screen goes completely black while switching). Any idea how I can solve this? I am wondering if it's an overheating issue, a graphics issue, or a driver issue... Next time it happens I will take a picture and try to upload it on to here... I tried to screen shot it when it happened but the screenshot picture looks normal :/

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After I installed a msata ssd(intel 525) on my machine,the machine does not recognize the ssd(also in the BIOS).Does M93z not support msata ssd?i touch it is hot.

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So I just opened the back and sprayed a 4oz can of compressed air on the fan and areas around the fan. It did work somewhat. It is now quitter but still not enough.  Do I have to unscrew parts inside and dust beneath them?

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We recently purchased 5 ThinkCentre M93z's to complement the 100+ E93z's that we currenlty use in our school district cafeterias. These computers have Windows 7 OS and the only other software we install is Meals Plus software to track students and food purchases. These computers have a Genovation Mini-Terminal model 905-S version 7.20 keypad attached that can either scan a student's ID  card or they can punch in their student ID number to purchase their meals and we install the latest driver for that device. With all 5 of the M93z's we purchased the computers will hang at the Lenovo splash screen (most common) or hang at the Windows Startup screen at the point when you first start to see the colored balls appear. It will stay stuck at this point until you unplug the keypad at which point it will finish booting up.  At point you can plug the device in and use it but once you restart it it will hang up again.  This happened no matter which USB port you use (two on the side or the four on the back). We have never had any issue with the E93z computers.  I have updated the bios. I have removed and reinstalled the lastest USB drivers for this computer.  The bios is set to start up from the hard drive. USB is not one of the startup options. It conistently does this with all 5 of our M93z's. Any suggestions? Thanks for any help you can provide.  

A:ThinkCentre M93z hanging at startup with USB Keypa...

I've had the ThinkCentre M93 since July 2014. I run it constantly and have only shut it down a dozen times. When I first went to restart the computer, it only got as far as the Lenovo splash page. It would freeze, I would hold the power-on button for seven seconds, it would shut down. Doing this three or four times, and finally it would start windows and I could use the pc again. Suffice it to say, because of this problem, I rarely turn off the machine.A couple of times I used the OS Recovery Disc that I got with the pc purchase. It has helped a few times.But I feel like there is no true solution yet. Everything I try that works is really just luck. Anyone else having this issue? And found a solution yet? Thanks.

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After a Win 10 update my hid compliant touch screen driver is missing from device manager and getting an error 45 not connected when it was there. Now I can't find it in hidden or visible Human Interface Devices at all. Lenovo update and Windows scan can't find it or update it and say I have all the drivers but I clearly don't. Where do I download it and get the Touch interface and functionality back? I've tried many things but no system restore won't even get me back there...

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Help please!Started a new job and was wondering if the Lenovo Thinkcentre M32 is capable of having dual monitors. Or how I find out.And if so what cords do I use? Thanks

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I just bought an M92p Small factor desktop.
 
I have 4 monitors. I have 3 USB to VGA adaptors. I am only able to get 3 monitors working at a time. All 4 monitors work just not at the same time. 
 
Any suggestions for things I might download or any upgrades I would need would be very helpful.
 
Thank you.
 
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A:ThinkCentre SFF: Setting up 4 Independent Monitors

I am wondering if this computer is capable of 4 monitors. I don't know much (anything) about the components of computers. This page indicates that the M92 doesn't support a PCI-Express video adapter graphic cards. I am not sure what that means. https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/ht062228   

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Hi, I just bought the M910X tiny desktop and 2 identical Lenovo ThinkCentre monitors. I installed the desktop into one of the monitors, which works fine. How do I connect the second monitor to the PC? It seems like the DisplayPort showing on the back of the monitor is only for plugging a separate device into the screen, not video out to a second monitor from the PC. Is that right? Sorry if this is a stupid question! Thank you

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Dear colleaguesI have one of the above and am thinking I would like to have two monitors attached to it.However there is only a single monitor point at the back.Please can anyone advise whether I can adapt it to have two monitors.If so what upgrade part would I need to install on the machineThanks for your kind helpBest wishes, Ian

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Hello everybody!I've got an issue with some of my ThinkCentre M700 desktop, with the WiFi antenna/adapter to be more specific. The thing here is that I use all of them with dual monitor (1 in VGA port, 1 in DP port with DP-VGA adapter), and without the wi-fi antenna it goes really well, but using the wi-fi antenna or just enabling the Wi-Fi adapter from the network sharing centre, the monitors start blinking, turning on and off constantly, and that makes it impossible to work with them (the blinking lapse is about 5-10 seconds until it starts turning off again). Any help you guys can give me, will be really appreciated! Thank you in advance.

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I know this has been asked before, but the information is kind of outdated. I was given a ThinkCentre A61 and replaced the original CPU with an Athlon 64 X2 5000+ "Brisbane" and want to get as much out of this thing as I can.  The max CPU currently listed as being supported is an Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 89w "Windsor", but one of the BIOS updates shows that this board supports AM2+ and there was a fix for triple core processors, so I know the info is outdated. In another post elsewhere someone has dropped in an AM3 Phenom II X4 945, which ran fine.  Does anyone know what type of Phenom/Phenom II, Athlon II AM2+/AM3 CPU's will actually work on this motherboard? Will 125w processors work? Help!!













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A:ThinkCentre A61 CPU Support

Well, I answered my own question. In case anyone wants to know, as long as you have the latest BIOS for the ThinkCentre A61, any Phenom/Athlon II X2, X3, or X4 AM3 processors 95 Watts and under work fine. It shows as "Unknown Processor" in the BIOS and Windows, but CPU-Z reports the correct chip and has no issues.

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I have a user with 3 displays. They are all VGA displays. Two with his M72E and the other another PC. We want to consolidate to one PC (Thinkcenter M72e). I dont believe the built in card can support 3 displays. Could anyone suggest an inexpensive video card that supports 3 displays for this tower. Its just for busines so no need for a high end card. Also would prefer passive if possible. M72e (core i5)https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/pd024590

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Hi! I would upgrade Thinkcentre s51 8171 cpu becouse its cheap thing to do (and this is my retro pc) I was wondering do it support Pentium 4 670? Its same socket but..ye still wanna ask.













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A:IBM Thinkcentre s51 8171 cpu support? Pentium 4 670?

Hi Tero,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community! Happy to have you here
 
As I understand that you have query regarding CPU upgrade in S51 8171
I guess its possible upgrading CPU to Pentium 4 670 as its listed in partlist of this model
 
 
I hope the above information helps.Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
 
Regards,
Prabhansh
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Heyit seems like the support site have been alot down the past time, overload etc? idkbut tried to use the Express download site and cant find the right model for the Lenovo Thinkcentre M900Z and dont know if the other model will work out. anyone have any suggestions, the best would be if someone sent the SCCM package link

























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Okay so I'm stumped with my work terminal.
 
I'm using a Lenovo M92 (M2121-D5U) and I've been trying for days to extend a third monitor, but have failed at every turn.
 
I have 3 video ports: VGA, DP (and an exchangable third - currently DP). I have all three monitors plugged in, and using my Intel HD Graphics Options, I can switch between 1/2 - 2/3 - 1/3- etc, etc, but I cannot actually get the display to extend across all three monitors.
 
My current System Stats:
Windows Version: Pro 10.0.16299
Processor: Intel i5-3470T
BIOS V/Date: 9SKT99AUS 6/30/17
SMBIOS: 2.7
BIOS Mode: Legacy
 
I've gone into my BIOS and the "Multi-Monitor Support" option in Video doesn't exist, even when I change from AUTO to the Internal Graphics.
 
Every time that I try to extend the 3rd screen in the native Display Properties I see this error:
The display settings could not be saved. Please try a different combination of display settings.
 
But like I mentioned, I know that my pc recognizes all three monitors as plugged in, but it won't allow all three to display simultaneously. Does anyone have any thoughts? - I've gone through the Lenovo Updater and even pulled down the BIOS Flash from Lenovo's website, and as far as I can tell I'm up to date on everything.
 
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A:Thinkcentre M92 Tiny: optional 3rd video port, unable to make all 3 monitors work concurrently

 
I've gone into my BIOS and the "Multi-Monitor Support" option in Video doesn't exist, even when I change from AUTO to the Internal Graphics.
 

The "Multi-Monitor Support" is an option in the BIOS for systems that have a PCI slot for a graphics card.  Not applicable for a Tiny system.   That said, having 3 monitors concurrently active with your system (with this Intel processor model) should be possible. 
 
Other things to try:  1. reset the  BIOS settings to the defaults.  2.  do a CMOS reset.  Remove the coin battery, unplug AC power cord, press and hold the power switch for 20 sec multiple times (then, if possible leave overnight), insert battery and power, wait 2 minutes and power-on. 

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Hello.Do ThinkCentre M900 support Kaby Lake processors? Celerons, Pentiums?Original cpu is i5 6500. Machine type 10FG, SFF. Some BIOS/UEFI updates listed changes cpu microcode but no info aboult 7th gen support.













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A:ThinkCentre M900 Kaby Lake cpu support?

Hi User661,Warm Greetings & welcome back to Lenovo Community, happy to have you here.As I understand that you have query regarding KabyLake support for ThinkCentre M900 
This model doesn't support Kabylake processors it has only support for Skylake processors.
 
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
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Hello.Do ThinkCentre M900 support Kaby Lake processors? Celerons, Pentiums?Original cpu is i5 6500. Machine type 10FG, SFF. Some BIOS/UEFI updates listed changes cpu microcode but no info aboult 7th gen support.

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I'm looking at purchasing a new ThinkCentre M710 Tower, with two 500 GB HDDs. Is it possible to configure these two HDDs in RAID1 using Intel's RST?  I can't find any reference to Intel RAID support in the documentation. Thanks! 

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Hi I just got a LG monitor (25UM57) that is 2560x1080. When I started the monitor it warned me that the resolution needs to be changed to 2560x1080 60HZ. I went to my screen resolution settings and it was maxed out 1920x1080. I'm looking to change it to the recommend 2560x1080 because at the current settings I can tell its stretched and blurry. Can anyone help me please? Thanks in advance. 

A:Can Thinkcentre M700 tiny support 2560x1080

btw, the LG monitor is with a HDMI cable but the M700 only offers Displayports. So I purchased a DP to HDMI convertor. Would this impact the resolution?

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Okay so I'm stumped with my work terminal. I'm using a Lenovo M92 (M2121-D5U) and I've been trying for days to extend a third monitor, but have failed at every turn. I have 3 video ports: VGA, DP (and an exchangable third - currently DP). I have all three monitors plugged in, and using my Intel HD Graphics Options, I can switch between 1/2 - 2/3 - 1/3- etc, etc, but I cannot actually get the display to extend across all three monitors. My current System Stats:Windows Version: Pro 10.0.16299Processor: Intel i5-3470TBIOS V/Date: 9SKT99AUS 6/30/17SMBIOS: 2.7BIOS Mode: Legacy I've gone into my BIOS and the "Multi-Monitor Support" option in Video doesn't exist, even when I change from AUTO to the Internal Graphics. Every time that I try to extend the 3rd screen in the native Display Properties I see this error:The display settings could not be saved. Please try a different combination of display settings. But like I mentioned, I know that my pc recognizes all three monitors as plugged in, but it won't allow all three to display simultaneously. Does anyone have any thoughts? - I've gone through the Lenovo Updater and even pulled down the BIOS Flash from Lenovo's website, and as far as I can tell I'm up to date on everything.

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Hi,   I have a M91p tower, 7052-A8U, with the factory 2 port AMD 5450 card installed.   According to the data sheet, this AMD card "works with the Intel HD Graphics to support four independent monitors."   I have not been able to get a 3rd monitor on either internal port to work at the same time as the AMD ports (selecting the IGP in the BIOS video will enable the internal ports, but disable the AMD.)  
 
Is there a trick to making them all work?  I can't be the first one needing more than 2 monitors (I will need 4 total.) 
 
More info:  factory Win 7 64-bit SP1;  I re-installed the current AMD software and drivers from the Lenovo website for this system, Intel HD graphics and BIOS updated.  Video is set to "Auto" in the BIOS (was the default), all monitors are the same 1920 x 1080 resolution. Clicking detect in Windows or AMD Catalyst shows only the two AMD connected monitors. 
 
I spent an hour on the phone with Lenovo (IBM) tech support, no joy.   They were going build a system to test, and call back, but haven't heard from them. 
 
TIA for any information or suggestions.   Alan.  
 
 













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A:Lenovo ThinkCentre M71e - M900: 3 & 4 monitor support (three, four)

Never mind, I found the answer -- why isn't this in the User Guide???   And yes, it does work!
 
Enabling multiple monitor support -  Edge 71, 72, 91, 92; E73, M71e, M81, M82, M73, M83, M83p, M91, ...
 
Symptom:  Unable to configure more than two displays while 3 or more are attached to the system using a PCI-Express video adapter graphics card and the Intel HD Graphics.
 
Solution:  Default BIOS setting for the video Devices is [AUTO] and must be changed to [IGD] and then enable Multi-Monitor Support in the IGD section in BIOS video Setup, F10 Save and exit.
 
The following BIOS settings are required:
Select Active Video = IGDMulti-Monitor Support = Enabled

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Hi,
 
I just bought the M910X tiny desktop and 2 identical Lenovo ThinkCentre monitors. I installed the desktop into one of the monitors, which works fine. How do I connect the second monitor to the PC? It seems like the DisplayPort showing on the back of the monitor is only for plugging a separate device into the screen, not video out to a second monitor from the PC. Is that right?
 
Sorry if this is a stupid question!
 
Thank you
 
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A:ThinkCentre M910x Tiny with Tiny-in-One: How to Plug-In Dual Monitors

I just bought the M910X tiny desktop and 2 identical Lenovo ThinkCentre monitors. I installed the desktop into one of the monitors, which works fine. How do I connect the second monitor to the PC?

When you say "installed into a monitor", it's a Tiny-in-One monitor?  It would help to know which model.  Pretty sure you would need to connect the 2nd monitor direct to the Tiny itself, is there a way to do that with it installed in the monitor? 

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I am trying to buy a laptop and it has a amd a6-3400m processor

Those processors are suppose to be able to handle video.

my question is does the built in gpu support 2 monitors were you can move a program back and forth between the two monitors or is it mirrored

Thanks

A:can the amd apu's support dual monitors

Yes they can, but unless they also happen to support Eyefinity you are limited to one of the displays being the laptop's own.

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I have a Pentium 4 motherboard (Asus P4T) that has an AGP 4X slot. I'd like to use this PC with an LCD monitor with a resolution of 1440X900 or perhaps 1680X1050.

Is there an AGP 4X video card out there that will support those resolutions? Preferably with VGA and DVI outputs.

Thanks.

Steve
 

A:AGP card to support LCD monitors?

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With my current build, I've been trying to make it work with three monitors but my Graphics card doesn't support it. Could you guys give me some names of some good videocards that can support 3 monitors? They can be any output, i can just get converters. Preferably some newer ones please.

A:Card that can support 3 monitors?

I love my XFX 7870.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150605

Then there's this bad boy:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150632

Same design in ASUS:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121560

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Intel i5-3570k cpu
8gb ram
Radeon hd 7800 series graphic card
750w 80+ bronze power supply
120gb ssd drive
1tb hdd
Asus p8z77-vlx motherboard

Not really sure what info you need so just listed the main things I could think of. If it would work any advice on how to set it up would be great, it it wouldn't any advice on what to change to make it work would be great, and if you need more info just let me know, thanks in advance.
 

A:Would this setup support 2 monitors?

Processor, RAM, and hard drive have nothing to do with multiple monitor setups or support. You need a graphics card that supports dual monitors, or you need 2 graphics cards. You've just listed a generic graphics card chipset.
 

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Guys,

I hope someone can chime in here. Let's talk TV's for a quick moment. I undestand if I own a LCD projection or Flat panel , DLP projection or a Plasma flatpanel or projection TV that supports either 1080p (True HDTV) , 1080i, 720p, 768p or even just 480p for that matter it can viewed if I have the correct source submitting one of the above resolutions.

Now when it comes to PC's and getting the proper resolution, I'm lost. Do graphics cards support HD? Or even 480p for that matter. Are any games developed for HD? Or any software for that matter?

Any help would be great...

Raz
 

A:PC Monitors: Can they support 1080p?

It all depends on what sort of inputs your fancy display device has..

Newer video cards with DVI outputs support HDTV resolutions. Including 1080i. Just read the specs and fine print. If you want to convert a VGA signal to composite then you are limited to something like 800x600.

Good software doesn't know or care about screen resolutions at all and will run at arbitrary resolutions. Showing the picture is up to the graphics card and the drivers.
 

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I have a T460S laptop connected to a Thinkpad Pro Dock type 40A1.  I have one monitor connected via HDMI, one monitor connected via VGA.  I have tried connecting a third monitor via DVI, however the third monitor cannot be detected and therefore not displayed.  Is this configuration capable of supporting 3 monitors?  If so, how?  Thanks!

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I have these cards on a fast Dell T7500 with 65 GB RAM and they are FLAKEY. They came with 2 Wesson Active Adapters but the AMD guys said to get ACCELL so now I have 8 ACCELL adapters. At first 8 monitors worked, then 6, then 5. Since 5 does not work at a contiguous desktop, I have dropped one fro the matrix within Windows (still have 8 connected).

AMD tech support is a JOKE! For MONTHS before the Holidays their phones many times said "Can not connect to support at this time" and this was in the advertised business hours for tech support. A few times I did get through, there were people there who had no idea what what going on (had RCV) and kept finger pointing to "software on your machine" And, yet, I have been running with NVIDIA or AMD 2460 cards on this machine for over a year with no problem. I got the W7000 for speed; well, that part is OK, the four that work are fast. But, it would be nice if they all worked. Duh?

Lat week, for instance, I had a talk with a AMD person named Dan who told me (once he heard my story) that there is a ligh level guy named Charlie who really, really wants to work on my case but Charlie is busy now and will call me at 7AM Monday morning. I was here at 6:45 this morning and no call. In fact after an hour I called AMD and the message was AMD tech support does not open until 11 AM. At 11, I called and got some poor guy who barely knew up from down (very polite though) and made all kinds of excuses for Charlie l... Read more

A:Dual AMD W7000 for 8 monitors - No support from AMD

Ok so if I am reading correctly this is the card you purchased correct?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814195118

Now then, you have two of these running in one machine im assuming X-Fired together so you can output on 8 displays. So the way im reading this (please correct my if im wrong) you have 8 display port adapters going to 8 different monitors (Display port to HDMI, DVI, or what?).

So here are my questions:
Which monitors have dropped off (Which card or both and which ports)?
Do you have the latest Catalyst for the Workstation cards running?
What version of windows are you running?

Here's a couple of quick things you can do to try and get all 8 working and ill see if I can't figure out the issue with you:

Try disabling eyefinity and running every monitor as an independent display.
Try rebuilding eyefinity in the control center and see if it detects all 8 monitors

One thing is that display port is designed to hold more than one monitor per port, im guessing you are using the DVI connectors since they came with it. My advice would be instead of using every port on each card, buy some of the dual display port adapters and use only the top card to run eyefinity, using 2 cards for multiple displays tends to run into issues at times especially when connecting such an extreme amount of monitors.
 

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I am using my Elitebook with HP's docking station and dual HP monitors.  On the back of the docking stations there are two Digital video outputs and one VGA output.  I would like to connect both monitors to the digital video outputs and set the laptop to use extended destktop.  I have only achived this by connectiong one monitor up to the digitial port and the other to the VGA port.  Why am I not able to use the two digial ports??  

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As far as I can tell, the Lenovo no longer has a solution for running dual 4k monitors using the P50 Thinkpad. When you use the docking station, you are limited to the bandwidth of a single DisplayPort 1.2.  This is not enough bandwidth for 2 x 4k monitors @ 60Hz. There was a solution using the Thunderbolt 3 interface with an external adapter, which is what I bought.  Lenovo used to have a Thunderbolt 3 Firmware NVM upgrade to permit inter-operation with the external adapter, but that link has been removed, and there is no way now to upgrade the Thunderbolt 3 firmware. I know of no other solution which will enable me to run dual 4k monitors with the P50. I bought a P50, two 4k monitors, and the Plugable Thunderbolt-to-Dual-DisplayPort Adapter.  But without firmware upgrade, the P50 will not recognize the adapter.  So my very expensive purshase, in terms of both time and money, will not work. Can someone please re-post the Thunderbolt 3 Firmware Upgrade link? Or should I just return all my equipment? 

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Will the Intel HD Integrated Graphics (version DX10.1) support dual monitors? If not ; is there a driver update available from HP or do I need to install a graphics card?

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I would like to have a dual monitor set up with one at 3840x2160 (32 inch) and the other at whatever is reasonable.  1920x1080 would be fine.Can my computer handle it?(2 HDMI outputs) ProcessorIntel® Core? i5-6400 with Intel® HD Graphics 530 (2.7 GHz, up to 3.3 GHz, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)GraphicsIntel® HD Graphics 530Memory12 GB DDR4-2133 SDRAM (1 x 4 GB, 1 x 8 GB)Memory slots2 DIMMHard drive1 TB 7200 rpm SATA Power supply300 W AC power adapterPorts1 USB 3.0 (Type-C?); 4 USB 3.0; 2 USB 2.0Expansion slots1 PCIe x16; 1 PCIe x1; 1 M.2AudioHigh Definition Audio 5.1Video connector2 HDMI

A:will HP envy 750-414 support dual monitors, one at 4k and th...

Hi, The following link shows its specs     http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-ENVY-750-400-Desktop-PC-series/12079665/document/c05266971/ It only has  Intel® HD Graphics 530 and it has Figure : Odense2-S back I/O panelUSB 2.0: 2LAN (Ethernet)HDMIUSB 3.0: 2Audio: Line inAudio: Line outAudio: Microphoneit won't support 4K monitor only FHD monitors (ie 1920 x 1080). Regards.

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Hey guys I would like to set up three monitors in my room and wanted to know if my Lenovo can handle it. I am in school studying programming, so I would be using it for development purposes, not gaming. I need some help to figure out if the laptop can do it, and what I need to buy to set it up. I have a monitor mount and monitors in mind, so the easy part is done. Seems like I will need a docking station. (??). Looks like this one meets my needshttps://www.amazon.com/Dell-Display-Docking-Station-D3100     OR this onehttps://www.amazon.com/Club3D-DisplayPort-HDMI-Multi-Display-CSV-5300H If I connect these to my laptop and 3 monitors, is that all I need to do? Thanks for any help

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hi all, would you know whether Pavilion laptop (bc009tx) supports z27x / or other 4k monitor  and if 10 bit colour depth will be available in adobe apps. The laptop has HDMI v2.0 port if im not mistaken, intel hd graphics 530, however it also comes with gforce 690M card which doesn't allow 10 bits in adobe apps and resolution above 3840. Thanks a lot!

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hello, I have p70 20ER000EUK with 4K display and M3000M GPU. Full spec:https://www.thinklogic.co.uk/20er000euk-lenovo-thinkpad-p70 I would like to connect four external 4k monitors to p70. Is it suported? Ive tried to search on the forum and google but can't find anyting specific except [1] for p50.Do i need a docking station [2] or can i use all the available ports that p70 have? I would like to run a system in the following configuration (all displays should work @60Hz), 5 active displays total :- the laptop LCD monitor, 4k @60Hz- 1 monitor connectd over the first usb-c port using displayport addapter [3]- 2 monitor connectd over the second usb-c port using displayport addapter - 3 monitor connectd over the Mini DisplayPort- 4 monitor connected over the HDMI port, im aware that hdmi port is v1.2 on p70 and supports only max [email protected] I was under the impression that it should work. P70 have enough graphic ports. Based on a replay from PeterTWJ in [5] it should be possible to have 5 independed displayes. But does it mean all can be used concurently in the same time? Can somebody please confirm or comment if this should work and if there are some issues to be expected? (GPU overheating?) To clarify as well. Im not interested in gaming.I hope the M3k GPU will be able to manage this config without overheating. In this  thread there are some  commnets about temperature nad heat dispersion on 600M GPU with&nb... Read more

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Hardware:
I have 3 monitors (Two HP EliteDisplay E241i LED and one Dell E228WFP ) + laptop (Dell Latitude E6540) monitor display. I have connected them to Dell E- Port II docking station. 
Display Adapters:  I have AMD Radeon HD 8790M and Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600 installed.
When I try to use the 4th monitor it says "Disconnect this display". If i select extended display, some other monitor goes blank. Meaning, I can only see one laptop monitor and any other two monitor.
I guess it is not supporting 3 monitors. Can you point me on what am I missing? 
Please let me know if you need any other information to understand the issue. 
Thanks
Durga

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Currently set up with a Philips Briliance 190SW and about to buy a new monitor. Figured it wouldn't support the resolution so I had to go with a lower-cost monitor. Will my graphics card support dual monitoring? This is the one Will it work? And by any chance this one can be compatible? Sorry I just don't know where to look through the internet.

A:Will this graphics card support dual monitors?

Sorry please can you link us to an english website.

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I have a Pavillion 500-314 wth a AMD Radeon R7 display card, My question is will this PC be able to display on two monitors? If so...how do I set it up to do so? There are only two display ports on the back a VGA and a DVI. What do I need to do in order to have two monitors each capable of displaying a different program. Thanks,   

A:will my graphic card (AMD Radeon R7) support two monitors?

According to the specs of your HP Pavilion 500-314 Desktop Computer, this model doesn't contain a discrete graphics card. Instead, it uses integrated graphics power by the AMD Kaveri Quad-Core A8-7600 APU. This model has a DVI-D (digital only) and a VGA (analog only) port. These ports can be used at the same time for dual monitors. Connect as follows;Computer ---> DVI-D cable ---> Monitor #1 (with DVI-D port)Computer ---> VGA cable ---> Monitor #2 (with VGA port) If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Please click the White KUDOS "Thumbs Up" to show your appreciation

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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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Hello, I am interested in connecting two additional monitors to my Ideapad 510S but have read that I need to make sure the graphics support it.  Does anyone know if I can do this with this laptop?   Thanks in advance!!

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I recently purchased an Asus P5W DH motherboard and cannot get it to work in 4 monitor mode. That's fine; I’ll accept my bad choice and move forward. Asus is doing some wierd things nowdays and I can't recommend thier products. They don't even give you a measy little parallel printer port anymore!

Intel's 975XBX board has three pci slots for video cards. Is there anyone out there who has worked with this board, put a couple (or three) NVIDIA adapters in it (if so which ones?) and had success running 4 + independent monitors? There has to be an Intel guru somewhere that can confirm their board can handle a bunch of monitors with all of those slots

Also if any of you if by chance have put together a core-duo computer and run 4 plus monitors, please let me know what you’re set up is.

I'd really appreciate it. Thank you!

If I can't find a solution, instead of throwing more money at random hardware, I’ll probably just go to www.tradingcomputers.com I've heard their setups are excellent, but it would not be fun buying a bunch of duplicative components.
 

A:Calling all Core2Duo motherboards that support 4 plus monitors!

Actually, if you use two dual-head video cards, you should be able to run four monitors that way.

Perhaps you should try addressing why the current board doesn't work, are you sure that's hopeless?
 

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