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HP ProBook 445 G7
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi,
Could you please give some details on the max. resolutions and refresh rates supported for a multiple display setup?

The current configuration is as follows:
1x monitor via HDMI (connected directly to laptop)
1x monitor via Type C to DP (connected directly to laptop)

If the connected monitors have different resolutions and refresh rates, what is the max. resolution for each monitor in this configuration and will they each operate at different refresh rates?

Thanks

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@some_entity 

 

Machine has Integrated: AMD Radeon™ Graphics which Supports HD decode, DX12, HDMI 1.4. Normally you can use 2 FHD monitors at 60Hz in total.

 

If you wish to get more, you can use USB-C Gen 5 dock. You can also have single cable option when using USB-C Gen 5 dock.

 

Regards.

BH
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Hi Banhien,

What are the capabilities without using a Dock station?

The desired setup is:
1x FHD 27" monitor @ 60 hz (currently in use via HDMI)
1x Ultra-Wide QHD 34" 3440x1440 @ 144hz (would like to use via Type C - DP)

Will the ultra wide QHD be supported and will it work at 144hz?

Thanks

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