CES 2013: Gigabyte motherboards debut 4K resolution using Intel Collage Technology

Gigabyte has announced support for 4k display resolutions using multiple standard 1080p displays with Intel Collage display technology. The new collage feature
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Jan 09, 2013, 11.00 AM | Source: Tech2.com

CES 2013: Gigabyte motherboards debut 4K resolution using Intel Collage Technology

Gigabyte has announced support for 4k display resolutions using multiple standard 1080p displays with Intel Collage display technology. The new collage feature

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CES 2013: Gigabyte motherboards debut 4K resolution using Intel Collage Technology

Gigabyte has announced support for 4k display resolutions using multiple standard 1080p displays with Intel Collage display technology. The new collage feature

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Gigabyte has announced support for 4k display resolutions using multiple standard 1080p displays with Intel Collage display technology. The new collage feature is available from an Intel graphics driver update that needs to be individually implemented by motherboard companies before it is available to the user. Gigabyte has also released a video that gives further information about using Intel’s Collage technology.Using only the Intel HD4000 Graphics of any 3rd generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, Gigabyte dual Thunderbolt motherboards with the new 4K Collage Graphics driver can power an Ultra HD 4k resolution video stream across four regular displays. Intel Collage display technology is simple to set up using dual Thunderbolt ports that can be split into a total of four digital streams giving a combined Ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2400 pixels. “Our implementation of Intel’s new Collage display technology means that GIGABYTE’s exclusive dual Thunderbolt motherboards are first to power the very latest Ultra HD resolutions across four of today’s standard displays”, commented Henry Kao, Vice President, Gigabyte Motherboard Business Unit. ”Offering a wealth of possibilities in commercial markets that include digital signage, surveillance, medical and more, we’re also excited to offer PC DIY customers the opportunity to enjoy 4K resolution support with a simple driver update on their existing hardware, and without a VGA card!”

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