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Compatibility question: HP 280 G2 Microtower PC (PN: T6W20UT) - Dell Ultrasharp U2713HM Max res

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Hi,

 

I already have the Dell Ultrasharp U2713HM monitor which can display 2560x 1440 (60hz) via DVI-D and mini-display port (but not HDMI as the people at Dell decided to put on a HDMI port which could only display 1920x1080). Just wanted to get some advice as to if this desktop (which has a DVI-D port) will be able to run my monitor at max resolution and 60 hz. 

 

Thanks in advance (sorry if this is obvious!/In the wrong subforum)

 

Jack

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hi , 

 

 

Kindly check the document below for specifiaction :

 

http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c04958603.pdf

 

Please look at page number 17 

 

It supports various resolution including 1920x1080 at 60 Hz

 

DisplayPort is Multimode capable; supports HDCP, Display Port Audio (2 streams), HBR2 link rates and Multi-Stream Technology for a maximum of 3 displays (including the integrated panel)

 

 

I hope it helps 

 

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Hi Sidharth,

 

Thanks for your reply. I also found that documentation but was unable to establish from it if it would support 2560x1440 60hz via dvi-d. I have since decided to spend a bit more on another computer to avoid risking incompatability. 

 

Thanks again,

 

Jack

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