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HP ProBook x360 435 G7: Displayport version?

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HP ProBook x360 435 G7

Hi,

 

what is the Display Port version at the Typ C  port of the HP ProBook x360 435 G7?

 

I want to use the ProBook via a Docking Station with two external monitors and would like to know the maximum resolution and refresh rate I could use.

 

Thanks!

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banhien
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@freezing_table 

 

The specs does not say anything

 

         https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/4AA7-7071EEAP.pdf

 

But I believe it is DP 1.2 or may be 1.4

 

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BH
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Is there a way to get more information before buying it?

 

I found some more information in the Maintenance and Service Guide:

 

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but this is written in a very confusing way.

 

Edit: I'm not sure why the forum is showing my screenshot as a yellow triangle, so here is the text copied from the manual:

  • Supports 4 independent displays when on the HP Thunderbolt™ Dock 120W G2; Max resolution = 4 K @ 30 Hz (DisplayPort 1) or 4 K @ 30 Hz (DisplayPort 2)
  • Supports 2 independent displays when on the HP USB-C Dock G5; Max resolution = FHD @ 60 Hz (DisplayPort 1) and FHD @ 60 Hz (DisplayPort 2) -or- FHD @ 60Hz (DisplayPort) and FHD @ 60 Hz (HDMI) -or- 2.5 K @ 60 Hz (one HDMI) or 2.5 K @ 60 Hz (one DisplayPort) & 2.5 K @ 60 Hz (USB Type-C® output port using a USB Type C-to-DisplayPort adapter
  • Supports 3 independent displays when on the HP USB-C/A Universal Dock G2; Max resolution = 2.5 K @ 60 Hz (DisplayPort 1) and 2.5 K @ 60 Hz (DisplayPort 2) and 2.5 K @ 60Hz (HDMI) -or- 4 K @ 60 Hz (one HDMI) -or- 4 K @ 60 Hz (one DisplayPort) and 4 K @ 60 Hz (USB Type-C output port using a USB Type C-to-DisplayPort adapter)
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