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Go with the DisplayPort. Although the high speed HDMI cable offers true 4k (4096 x 2160) and the DisplayPort only offers 4k formatted for 16:9 i believe (3840 x 2160), the DisplayPort offers a refresh rate of up to 60hz, while the HDMI is limited to 24hz, and both surpass your resolution needs. You can find more info here: ...


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Since your display supports HDMI 1.4 and, according to Wikipedia, 2560×1600p75 is supported since HDMI 1.3, you’ll face no problems when using HDMI. For your intent, it is absolutely equal to DisplayPort. HDMI cables are no longer “versioned”. Instead, they are separated into “Standard” and “High Speed”, with the latter being capable of 4K etc. So your ...


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I know this question was posted a long time ago, but maybe someone will find my answer useful anyway! ;-) I found this solution elsewhere in this forum, and it worked great on my Win 7 PC with an AMD HD7750 Graphic card: Go to the following key in the registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\video{####....}\0000 Create a new DWORD: ...


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The issue is caused by an annoy "feature" of Windows 7/8 to re-arrange application windows when HDMI/Display port connected monitor/TV "turned off" or "switch to" different input. There is a hardware workaround if you use HDMI connection. Search ebay for "monitor detection" and get one around $20. It works for me on a Seiki 39" 4K TV with HDMI connection.


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According to page of that HDMI Switch that you are planning to buy, the HDMI version 1.4 is supported. The maximum speed of the data transfer over HDMI is given here, as 8.16 Gb/s. Notice that the speed is measured as Gigabits per second. Now, what you want to render is 2560x1440 at 120hz. Calculating the bandwidth required: 2560 x 1440 x 120 x 24 = ...


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HDMI is generally designed to work with standard TV resolution : 720×480, 720×576, 1280×720, 1920×1080. VGA (640×480) should also be supported everywhere. Even though there should not be any problem with using other resolutions, your VGA-HDMI (which is an active digital to analog converted, therefore it has his own chipset and firmware with hardcoded values) ...


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In your case, DisplayPort is probably going to be the better option. The newest DisplayPort standard (1.2) supports 21.6 Gbit/s bandwidth, while the newest HDMI (2.0) standard only supports a bandwidth of 18 Gbits/s. Your RF-G1167 can't be any higher than 1.2, and, as such, won't support Ultra-HD resolutions (according to the page on the BestBuy website). I ...



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