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I'm thinking about buying a Hewlett Packard Z2 Mini PC for home use. It comes with the 'Quadra' ( M620) graohics system by NVidia. I'll also be buying a 21:9 monitor so I need to find out if the Z2 Mini can support an aspect ration of 21:9 (and if so, what resolutions are available?)

 

I've already tried an Nvidia forum but couldn't find anyone who could help with tech specs for the Quadra range.

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The series has many options  

 

 https://store.hp.com/us/en/mdp/business-solutions/hp-z2-mini-workstation--1#tab=vao

 

All machines support DisplayPort 1.2 standard which gives up to 3840x2400 at 60Hz:

 

   https://techreport.com/news/18328/displayport-1-2-spec-doubles-bandwidth-adds-features

 

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Banhien wrote:

" All machines support DisplayPort 1.2 standard which gives up to 3840x2400 at 60Hz: "

 

Thanks - so the equivalent resolution in 21:9 mode would need to be be 3840 x 1644 (or thereabouts). How can I find out if that resolution is supported?

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I found this wijipedia article about DisplayPort:-

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DisplayPort

 

About half way down the page it lists the various resolutions supported by each version - but AFAICT the highest ratio supported is 16:9. There are no 21:9 options listed  :Crying:

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