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HP Spectre X360 7th Gen i7 LATE 2016 - External 4K 60 HZ Monitor / HDTV Support ?

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Product Name: Spectre X360 LATE 2016 7th Gen
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Can the HP Spectre X360 7th Gen i7 LATE 2016 Support a 4K External Monitor/HDTV at 60 HZ?

 

If so, exactly what Cable or Adapter & Cabe is required?

 

Is there an HDMI (not Display Port) based solution for HDTV's?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

Murray

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Re: HP Spectre X360 7th Gen i7 LATE 2016 - External 4K 60 HZ Monitor / HDTV Support ?


mkerdman wrote:

Can the HP Spectre X360 7th Gen i7 LATE 2016 Support a 4K External Monitor/HDTV at 60 HZ?

 

If so, exactly what Cable or Adapter & Cabe is required?

 

Is there an HDMI (not Display Port) based solution for HDTV's?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

Murray


That should be possible as it features two USB-C ports that support the Thunderbolt 3 standards, capable of dual 4K displays at 60Hz. Any USB-C adapter and capable HDMI cable should do the trick.

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Re: HP Spectre X360 7th Gen i7 LATE 2016 - External 4K 60 HZ Monitor / HDTV Support ?

Has anyone successfully tested a USB-C adapter and/or a capable HDMI cable with the HP Spectre X360 7Th Gen i7 LATE 2016 on an External 4K 60 HZ Monitor and/or HDTV?

 

What particular Brand and Model Number worked?

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Re: HP Spectre X360 7th Gen i7 LATE 2016 - External 4K 60 HZ Monitor / HDTV Support ?

I got the HP Spectre x360 15-bl001na 4K with a Samsung 49" KS7000 Flat SUHD TV

 

I could not get 4K working at all until i started swapping hdmi cables

 

I have a bunch of cables from various sources, some cost less than £5 some cost £50+

 

some are even supposed to be 4k verified (versions unknown) but none worked

 

the only cable i can get a stable 4K output using is my nintendo wii cable

 

markings on the cable are WUP-008  D-63760

 

this is a genuine nintendo cable that came with the wii-u and not one off amazon

 

hope this helps 

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