Feb 05, 2013, 06.00 PM | Source: Tech2.com
Gigabyte has launched the latest driver version for Intels HD4000 graphics, which provide support for Ultra HD 4K resolutions using the Intel Collage technology.
Gigabyte has launched the latest driver version for Intel’s HD4000 graphics, which provide support for Ultra HD 4K resolutions using the Intel Collage technology. Powered by Intel HD4000 Graphics, Gigabyte’s Dual Thunderbolt motherboards can take advantage of the new 4K Collage graphics driver to power an Ultra HD 4k resolution video stream split across four standard HD resolution displays. Intel Collage display technology is easy to set up, with Dual Thunderbolt ports to provide a total of four digital outputs for a combined Ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2400 pixels. Two DisplayPort to Dual-DisplayPort adaptors were used in Gigabyte’s testing and implementation of the Intel Collage Display feature. You can find more detailed information, including a setup guide and component compatibility list on the Gigabyte’s website.
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