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4K Monitor for laptop

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I have an ASUS laptop RoG G750JZ, which has an HDMI port (not sure of the version) and a Thunderbolt port (again, not sure of the version). I am thinking of buying a new 4K monitor ASUS MG28UQ. 

Sadly I could not get any information on my HDMI or TB version from ASUS site or customer support. So if anyone happen to knows that I'd appreciate the info. 

The monitor has DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0. I was wondering if I can get [email protected] on this monitor using some sort of a converter (TB to HDMI/DisplayPort) without any problem. 




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As far as I can gather, the laptop has HDMI 1.4 supported 4K resolutions, (please link to where you got HDMI 2.0)   yes, but only at 24 or 30 frames per second. You would need HDMI 2.0 to generate up to 60 FPS.    Read more: http://www.digitaltr.../#ixzz4EMNbRy7r 

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Limitation also mentioned in this video, > http://brand-filagra...le-them.html\Ifthe monitor does not come with a Mini DP to DP cable, you will need one like this example, (shorter lengths at bottom of page,) > http://www.cablechick.com.au/cables/2m-mini-displayport-to-displayport-cable-male-to-male-thunderbolt-socket-compatible.html?gclid=CjwKEAjw8Jy8BRCE0pOC9qzRhkMSJABC1pvJosqo3HL3kkmTd_nvBSC5rC7XjjswJ-35-W9sqotTOxoCDpvw_wcB


Info, > http://www.displaypo...-get-a-bad-one/


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