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AMD 8670D 4K display support on model 700-210

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I have an HP desktop PC; modle # 700-210.  I'm running Windows 8.1.  PC has VGA and DVI-D connectors and an AMD RADEON 8670D video adapter.  

 

My previous monitor was a 1600x1200 20" display.  I just upgraded to a 4K monitor (Dell P2715Q_Display if that helps).

 

I've updated to the latest AMD drivers (from the AMD site).  When I try to adjust display resolution, the max available resolution is 1920x1080.  Nothing I do seems to allow me to adjust the resolution to a higer value (like the 4K res of 3840x2160).

 

The chipset says it's able to display 4K; but I saw a post for an older computer that seemed to indicate the max resolution for the VGA / DVI-D type connectors was the 1920x1080.  Other web sites seem to say DVI-D will support 4K.

 

Looking for any help the forum can give me.

 

Thx

DG

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@DGARD2, welcome to the forum.

 

The AMD 8670D is only capable of a resolution of 2560 x 1600.  Therefore, you will have to buy a dedicated video card that will support 3840 x 2160.  I suggest a card with a DisplayPort to assure that you get the full resolution.  I know the only way that I can get 3840 x 2160 @60MHz is with a DisplayPort.

 

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Thanks @old_geekster.  FWIW, I can't even get the 2560x1600.  Until I get the new card, I'd be happy with that.

 

Thoughts on how to fix that?

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You are welcome, @DGARD2.

 

It may be that HP has reduced the resolution of the HD 8670D.  However, I am not certain how it would be done since it is integrated into the processor.  You should check in the Control Panel to see if you can find a way to set the resolution.  The only other thing that I can suggest is updating the driver if you haven't done so.

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