- Apr 5, 2016
- GIGABYTE Z170X-Gaming 7
- GTX TITAN X
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Since you have USB and Audio working, there should be no problems. You need dual DisplayPort output from the GPU into the GC-TITAN RIDGE to get 5K. I don't know a method in Windows to check that. Maybe you need updated AMD drivers.Funny note: I actually bought a second Titan Ridge card last week to test that! I feel like this one comes from a different batch, but it still does the same thing.
I do have a Thunderbolt 3 hub that outputs a single HDMI, but that won't be of much use, will it?
I'm not running MacOS on my desktop at the moment, so I can't run AGDCDiagnose from that just yet. Is there a windows equivalent to that?
Some of the things I suspect might be that the Radeon just get that I want two 1.2 outputs, rather than a single 1.4. I'm trying to find someone else's machine with an Nvidia card.
Another thing I thought could be problematic, is that my cpu doesn't have an iGPU, so might not join the signal properly. I haven't found anyone else here or elsewhere that's trying the same thing with an 'F' cpu, though.
I would definitely try the dual display from single Thunderbolt port test. If a dock is too expensive then you can try a Thunderbolt to Dual DisplayPort adapter. Actually, to verify that both DisplayPort inputs work, you just need to test two displays - one display per Thunderbolt port - connected at the same time.