- Mar 26, 2011
- ASUS Prime X299 Deluxe
- i9 7940X
- GTX 960
Well not quite.
It supports a 5K monitor through 2 DP1.2 MST, the same as having two cables.
Hence why you need to plug two DP cables from the video card into the TB3 adapter for those screen to work.
While yes, macos will show a single screen, it is technically two screens.
You can see it under Windows, the AMD control utility will show them as Screen1 and Screen2, each being half the resolution of the full screen
Same under Linux, which can't join the two screens properly either.
Question about these 4K ultrawide monitors... I currently have 2 Dell 29” 2560x1080 ultrawide monitors side-by-side and love it with the ability to see over the top of the monitors. Thinking about upgrading to dual 4K monitors. Any issue using 2 of the 38” LG’s with a 1080TI?
All components seem to work fine, but my system have random freeze. One yesterday, and today, I worked all the day on this computer without problem, but, tonight, again a freeze at 20h30 and a second at 22H00.. By freeze, I mean, all is locked, screen, mouse, keyboard.. I must hard reboot the computer.
If someone can help me to investigate, I don't know which way to look.
Yes I know, but Apple has made it very simple and has had 5k monitors/capability for a very long time compared to others.
Windows is very far behind with 5k.
Did you monitor CPU temperature. Install the Intel Power Gadget tool. If CPU temp is on higher side, then control it may be below 80c.