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X1 Extreme 4k Support - External Monitors

Q: X1 Extreme 4k Support - External Monitors

I have two monitors (Lenovo P27u-10 -27 inch) and want to know if X1 Extreme's two USB/Thunderbolt ports will support 4k resolution on both monitors at 60hz each. I tried other high-end Lenovo laptops but they only supported one external monitor at 60hz and the other at 30hz. I have a dual screen set up. Thank you

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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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How do I get two external monitors to work with my new Yoga 730 15 inch? I have a USB-C to Hdmi but I cannot use it and the HDMI port because all three screens will not show up, only two. Only two monitors will show at one time. What can I do to get these to work?  Is there a docking station I can purchase? I have the Lenovo part GX90M44577 that is the USB-C to HDMI port.  

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Hello, so I purchased the TB15 docking station thinking it would support up to 3 external monitors for the XPS 13, since it has a VGA, HDMI port and Display port mini. I can get 2 external monitors to work, but I can't get 3 to work. I wanted to keep the lid closed and use a 3 external monitor setup. I already purchased the monitors and my desk mount stand for 3 monitors... If the docking station won't work, does anyone know of any alternatives?

A:Does TB15 Docking station support 3 external monitors with XPS 13 9350?

The integrated GPU can drive 3 monitors, but that includes the laptop screen. If you disable laptop screen you should be able to get 3 external monitors to work.

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Hi everyone, I am new to this forum and I'm seeking help to setup dual monitors with my new ATI RADEON 9250 from NewEgg. I have an AOPEN motherboard with an onboard graphics card (Intelr Extreme Graphics Driver 6.13.01.3510). I came upon this thread and I saw he had trouble installing his ATI card. I read that, and I went to Device Manager and I disabled the Intel controller. Then I shut off my computer and installed my ATI card without any problems. I booted up the computer and installed the drivers successfully. But I had one problem - dual monitors. I wanted to set up one monitor hooked up to my onboard intel card and one monitor to my ATI card. When I clicked properties on my desktop > settings, under the display I saw *screenshot 1* (attachment) I was hoping to see Intel and ATI but instead I saw 2 ATI. Now I know that on the ATI card theres a secondary plug for a second monitor but you need an adapter to it. The adapter would be my second way out, the first way out is to set up the second monitor to the Intel onboard card. When I went to device manager, I only saw 2 ATIs, the Intel disappeared. I tried installing drivers again but it gave me an error.. *screenshot 2* shows what I just said.

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A:ATI RADEON 9250 & Intelr Extreme Graphics Driver [Dual Monitors]

tbui said:



I went to Device Manager and I disabled the Intel controller. Then I shut off my computer and installed my ATI card without any problems. I booted up the computer and installed the drivers successfully. But I had one problem - dual monitors. I wanted to set up one monitor hooked up to my onboard intel card and one monitor to my ATI card.Click to expand...

Well, you won't get a picture out of a disabled video controller.
 

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Can someone confirm the X1 Extreme supports raid when using dual ssd's? It doesn't appear as an option when customizing like it does for the P1.Thanks!

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Intel Extreme Graphics 2 XGA 1280x800 support?

Hi, im new here and i really have searched hard for many weeks to resolve this issue to no avail. I will be very impressed if someone can help.

Im having problems with intel 855gme graphics drivers (Intel extreme graphics 2) on my clevo M12CW/M121W/M120W (4 yrs old, XGA 1200x800) and dont know where to turn.
The basic driver that came with the computer, regularily when i open a browser window or video window, the screen goes stripey grey. Everything seems to be fine underneath as i can shut down with no problems but no screen until i reboot.

I installed the latest drivers (and tried those inbetween to no avail) and this seems to overcome this problem but there seems to be no support for XGA resolution.

The new driver says in display>settings that monitor is digital flat monitor 1280 x 1024, but my screen is 1280 x 800 (XGA) and there is no option to change that. The only resolution that is usable is 1280 x 768, which fits the screen, but the text and icons are slightly distorted.

Ive searched all driver sites, intel drivers and the give the same driver for the GM and GME.
Is there any other drivers i could possible use for this resolution or is there one i can't find.
Im running Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0, would an upgrade resolve this (excuse my ignorance on this one, i don't know much about BIOS upgrade and will have to read up)
There must be others with this model that have had similar issues over the ... Read more

A:Intel Extreme Graphics 2 XGA 1200x800 support?

Have you thought about getting an add-on AGP or PCI HD ready video card?
 

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Does the X1E support S3 sleep under Linux? It can't wake from suspend in Ubuntu Linux 18.10. Do we have to wait for Lenovo to offer such support through a BIOS update (like the X1C6) before wake from suspend or hibernate is possible under Linux?

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I purchased a IdeaCentre 710-25ISH model 90FB0001US from a Bestbuy in store on Jan. '17. I took note of what was installed before looking for the RAM I want and fond two sticks of Ramaxel Technology 4GB DDR4-2400 part# RMUA5120MB86H9F-2400 and was in fact running in daul channel mode of 1200Mhz each as that what Piriform's Speccy showed me of which I have a screenshot below.I didn't want wait to upgrade the RAM so two weeks later I purchased a four stick kit of G.SKILL Value 16GB (4 x 4GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2400 (PC4 19200) Desktop Memory Model F4-2400C15Q-16GNT from Newegg. After installing the RAM I found them running in the standard 2133Mhz, than went on to learned a lot about XMP, that I would need to enable XMP in the BIOS, I checked this machine motherboard's Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) and don't see anything about XMP. So as the subject title states "Does Lenovo support Intel's Extreme Memory Profile (XMP)?" how do I enable it and if not how's it possible this machine had from the factory (manufactured Nov. '16) enable XMP to have the thier RAM running at 2400Mhz? Also, who is Ramaxel Technology? 

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Does the ThinkPad X1 Extreme support any sort of charging over USB-C, be it trickle/regular/fast(er) charging?To clarify, does it support receiving a charge via USB-C in the case that the (slick) 135W charger is not in my bag? A) If it does support charging, where can I find:specificationsdetailed instructionsdescription of expected behaviors (e.g. one port is "better" than the other, or "never plug in the Lenovo charger while charging via USB-C", or "to charge via USB-C the X1 Extreme must be sleeping")B) Will any/all of these work in a pinch, or better than a pinch?Anker wall chargers?Anker power banks?Apple MacBook 87W power adapter?Nintendo Switch default AC adapter? (5V*1.5A) or (15V*2.6A)Plugging into the Thunderbolt3/USB3-C port on my gigabyte motherboard tower PC?C) Bonus question: What are the specifications on providing a charge to other devices via USB-C? Thanks!   

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Hi, I have a p50 with 6820hq and i'm trying to use XTU to get a little bit more of performance. However, there are some problems. The bios is 1.30 and 1.31.1) Watchdog is disabled. Is there a way to enable that? If not could lenovo add that to the bios? Now, XTU settings expires everytime I reboot.2) When running single thread, the CPU can only reach 3.6Ghz, while on the XTU, it is said to be possible to reach 4.0Ghz. Thank You

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Hi Everyone,

I am currently providing remote support using TightVNC to a variety of locations. Increasingly I am noticing that the support that I am providing is to individuals with multiple monitor configurations. In almost all cases where more than one monitor is involved I find myself having to do a lot of scrolling inside the TightVNC program window (and TightVNC is not dissimilar to other remote support programs, such as RealVNC and TeamViewer in this regard).

I am considering purchasing an Extreme Definition monitor in the hopes of eliminating the program scrolling that I am experiencing. My first choice is the Dell UltraSharp U2713HM - LED monitor - 27". This specific monitor has a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1440.

I would not like to spend a significant sum of money on an extreme definition monitor only to find that it doesn't solve my specific challenge. For example the remote session may be too hard to read on the screen due to text being very small.

If anybody has any experience with this kind of monitor, and specifically with providing remote support whilst using one of these can you please share.

All comments & opinions are welcome.

Kind Regards,

Davo

A:Considering an Extreme Res Monitor to improve remote desktop support

Would it solve your issue? Might if the dual monitors you are viewing over VNC are not wider then 2560px. You would need dual monitors yourself to fully solve the issue of scrolling. As for the text size...well that will depend on your eye sight and your personal preferences. But yes, the text will be smaller is most cases.

* Is using an Dell UltraSharp U3011, 2560x1600.

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I have update the x1e new bios V1.12, everything seems normal, but when i try to secrue erase ths main nvme ssd to reinstall win10, i used ThinkPad Drive Erase Utility , but i says the device is not supportted, while the BIOS v1.10 is ok. i rollback to v1.10 it`s ok. Maybe lenovo must update the ThinkPad Drive Erase Utility.  

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Hello! Does X1 Carbon support Intel XTU? When I run one, I cannot see any controls for CPU voltage/ratio/etc. I also cannot see controls for Intel HD graphics tuning. How can it be solved?

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I have a question about the ThinkPad X1 Carbon(2018)'s ability to display HDR content on external monitor.Does ThinkPad X1 Carbon(2018) support Windows 10 HDR mode on external HDR capable external monitor like Dell UP2718Q or BenQ SW320?Thanks in advance for your help!

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I have a question about the ThinkPad X1 Carbon(2018)'s ability to display HDR content on external monitor.Does ThinkPad X1 Carbon(2018) support Windows 10 HDR mode on external HDR capable external monitor like Dell UP2718Q or BenQ SW320?Thanks in advance for your help!

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I am using 2 computers, one with vista one with xp on a wireless internet network in my house. I have a usb hub plugged into the airport. I have a printer plugged into the usb hub. printer works fine from both computers. I also have an external hard drive plugged into the usb hub. I would like to get both computers, or at a minimum the one running xp, to access the external drive over the wireless network. please help. thank you.
 

A:airport extreme + external hard drive

Standard file and print sharing should do the trick here.
This TCP/IP Home Networking and File Sharing Tutorial should get you started.
 

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My laptop is a Compaq Presario F504EA. I have had an external 19" LCD Monitor running sometimes in parallel and sometimes independantly with the laptop. It has its own Power supply, and is only connected to the laptop through a VGA cable.

I was wondering if this could cause the laptop to extremely overheat. With this, the laptop would be un touchable on the bottom side due to extreme heat.

I had also recently upgraded my ram from 1 to 2GB. Would this of had an effect on the heat aswell ?

It is currently in repair due to my keyboard being intermittent along with my wireless; i believe the heat as melted joints or something on the motherboard.

Thanks
Oliver

A:External Monitor, extreme heat issue

when was the last time you spray dusted the laptop, that should help the heat issue. but adding more ram should not cause any more than normal heat, the extra monitor might cause more heat cause of the extra power going through the video card, but it should not make it untouchable.

i would try to spray dust the vents and also check to make sure all the fans are working.

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need some advice re options for operation of laptop under extreme external heat conditions. my son is deploying somewhere hot (sometimes in excess of 40 degrees C). he wants to take his Toshiba laptop with him.

Word coming back from people already there or recently returned is of laptop shutdowns (heat related) and sometimes the odd fried processor.

given its a lap, options are limited. use would be from a fixed site, with external power available.

beyond a cooling mat type product that I would not be confident in, any other ideas?

thanks
ittech.ferguson
 

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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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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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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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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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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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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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 I am buying a monitor for a ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Gen) and am considering the LG Ultrafine 5K Display. The ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Gen) Specs state "Max resolution: [email protected] (USB Type-C)", but I have not seen this information confirmed anywhere, and the Intel specs for the i7-8650U CPU HERE seem to contradict the Lenovo Specs and quote a "Max Res [email protected]". So my question is: can someone confirm whether the ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Gen) can support 5K displays via the USB-C cable? Thank you.

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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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Asking this here because there isn't a general category. Which range of Lenovo laptops would support dual-monitors with least hassle? I think I'm asking which models have displayport outputs as that seems the preferred route. The product selection system on the website doesn't allow this granularity of filtering so one would have to look through the entire range! Thanks, Rob.

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All,  Please help me out here, I have been calling Lenovo sales at least 100 times and couldn't get a satisfactory answer from them!    I need to buy a desktop that can support 6 monitors, and I think a M920 Tower with upgraded graphic cards might just do the job.   Below is the configuration that I have come down to  Processor : Intel Core i5-8500 Processor (9MB Cache, up to 4.10GHz)Operating System : Windows 10 Pro 64Operating System Language : Windows 10 Pro 64 EnglishForm Factor : Tower 85% Power 250WMemory : 8GB DDR4 2666MHz UDIMMFirst Video Adapter : NVIDIA Geforce GT730 2GB DDR5 64bit DP High ProfileSecond Video Adapter : NVIDIA Geforce GT730 2GB DDR5 64bit DP High ProfileFirst Hard Drive : 1TB Hard Drive, 7200 RPM, 3.5", SATA3Networking : Integrated Intel Gigabit EthernetWiFi Wireless LAN Adapters : Intel 8265 AC(2x2), Bluetooth Version 4.2 High ProfileKeyboard : USB Traditional Keyboard Black EnglishPointing Device : USB Calliope Mouse BlackSpeakers : Internal SpeakerPublications Pack : Publication EnglishWarranty : 1 Year Depot or Carry-in The question is, how many monitors can this desktop support? Thank you very much. Barry

A:M920 tower with 2xGT730, how many monitors can this support?

Would VGA work for a couple of the monitors?  DisplayPort (DP) supports multiple monitors with DP through a hub off one port. 

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Having some strange issues with this desktop. Setup is:
Optiplex 9020
32GB RAM
2x AMD Radeon HD8490
2x Dell UP3214Q monitors
Each monitor is connected to one card with an HDMI cable
Issues are:
1. PC will randomly have an error it is 'out of memory' and will reset size and position of running programs.
2. When rebooting, only one monitor comes on. Need to push the power off/on on the second for it to be detected.

What I have tried:
Replaced HDMI cables
Updating graphics card drivers
Updated BIOS
Set Virtual Memory to system defaults
Now I am wondering if maybe the PC does not even officially support two 4k displays? It was purchased in 2014, don't think 4k was very well supported back then.

A:Does an Optiplex 9020 officially support two 4k monitors?

The Radeon HD 8XXX does not.  AMD Radeon™ R5 235X, Radeon™ R5 235, Radeon™ R5 230, Radeon™ R5 220, Radeon™? HD 8470, Radeon™ HD 8350, Radeon™ HD 8000 (?D/G variants), Radeon™ HD 7000 Series (HD 7600 and below), Radeon™ HD 6000 Series, and Radeon™ HD 5000 Series Graphics products have been moved to a legacy support model and no additional driver releases are planned.
http://support.amd.com/en-us/download
 
http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/desktop/legacy?product=legacy3&os=Windows%2010%20-%2064
 
http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/desktop/legacy?product=legacy3&os=Windows%2010%20-%2032
 
AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
AMD Radeon R9 270 Series
AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series
are required for 4k.
All of the Radeon HD series 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000, 8000 and some of the R5 series are now Legacy.   This means the latest driver for AMD DOES NOT SUPPORT and WILL NOT Auto detect.
AMD recommends using DisplayPort 1.2 certified cables with a length of 2m (~6 ft) or less when driving 4K monitors.  HDMI is not the correct interface for 4k.  Finally, the monitor itself may be the final component to consider for resolving any issues that arise with 4K systems.  The DisplayPort receiver in the monitor must perform according to specifications, in addition to the accompanying hardware and firmware implementation’s ability to handle 4K timings without issu... Read more

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Dear all,

My computer is Dell Precision M6500. The graphic card is ATI FirePro M7740. The computer only has one VGA port.

I used a dock station which has 1 VGA port and two DVI ports. I connected two monitors to the VGA port and 1 of the DVI ports.

In the "Screen Resolution" dialog, I can see 3 monitors: The laptop monitor, 2 external monitors. However, one of the external monitors is grayed out. I can never to make all of the 3 active at the same time.

I am wondering if Windows 7 allows me to use 3 monitors at the same time? Did I miss something?

Thank you.

A:How to support triple monitors with one graphic card?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by hoody


Dear all,

My computer is Dell Precision M6500. The graphic card is ATI FirePro M7740. The computer only has one VGA port.

I used a dock station which has 1 VGA port and two DVI ports. I connected two monitors to the VGA port and 1 of the DVI ports.

In the "Screen Resolution" dialog, I can see 3 monitors: The laptop monitor, 2 external monitors. However, one of the external monitors is grayed out. I can never to make all of the 3 active at the same time.

I am wondering if Windows 7 allows me to use 3 monitors at the same time? Did I miss something?

Thank you.


Hey I'm not sure about how to resolve this, but just FYI, as far as I know, Windows 7 will support as many monitors as your video card will allow. I had 3 connected to my HD 5870 the other day in ATI Eyefinity mode.

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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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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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I need to run two monitors, in extended mode, with several of my 660S desktops. Do I need another video card, and if so, which one?
Thanks.

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