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Which ZBook Studio G7 graphics card supports two external monitors at resolution 3840x2160 ?

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I'm going to buy a ZBook Studio G7. I want to know which of its available graphics card options can concurrently run my TWO external monitors at their native 3840x2160 resolution? Can the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 Max-Q graphics card option handle two external monitors at 3840x2160 resolution? I'm assuming here use of the ZBook Studio G7 with its HP docking station (which I plug the monitors into)

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any and all graphics options will run 2 UHD/4k displays externally via the Thunderbolt g2 dock/230W (this version of the dock is required for the higher capacity wattage needed to support the Studio) - note that one of the monitors will have to connect to the usb-c port of the dock with an adapter (hdmi 2.0 or DP)... The graphics desired will then be based on the performance you need

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Thank you.. This morning I got impatient and tried this question again with HP Tech Sales.  This time I got someone claiming to be knowledgeable, who  also double-checked, then answered "The minimum card would be the Quadro T1000 for 2 x 4k displays"

 

Since the Quadro® T1000 is the lowest tier card option (for ZBook Studio G7) your reply matches that from HP Sales.

The ZBook Studio G7 can also be ordered with "No Discrete Graphics" which wouldn't run 2 external monitors at 4K, but that lowest tier option doesn't involve a discrete graphics card, so still matches your advice.

 

I'm going to now get the ZBook Studio G7 with the RTX 3000 Max-Q graphics card

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