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#16 OP Ironman273

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 22:14

Yes and lower resolution with pixel doubling, it will look like retina-ish.

 

I think you should post this issue in Geforce community forum. ManuelG or some other nvidia developer might help you or shed light on it clearly.

But there's no community better than Neowin! ;)  That's a good suggestion.  I'll try that.




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Posted 05 February 2014 - 22:16

But there's no community better than Neowin! ;)  That's a good suggestion.  I'll try that.

 

Without a doubt...

(Just for sake of help) Here is a link: http://forums.nvidia.com/



#18 Jason S.

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 14:02

it appears that i was wrong after all. Apparently DL DVI does have the bandwidth to support 4k @ 30Hz. Also, ive never once heard of using 2 HDMI cables to achieve 60Hz. News to me...

 

Also, why is it so difficult to find information about cable and monitor output bandwidths? Like, for 'x' resolution, you'll need 'y' amount of bandwidth.