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    Default Intel HD 4000 Multi Display and Max Resolutions

    Does anyone know the max resolutions supported when running the Ivy Bridge IGP with 3 displays? I'm curious because I'm looking to move away from discrete graphics, but am running 3x 2560x1440 (Dell u2711). I currently use 2 gt430's for the task, but am running 3 independent X screens for a variety of reasons. I run portrait (performance killer) and very little 3D, so it's possible that the Ivy IGP could be enough IF it can actually push enough pixels.

    My Google fu is completely failing me here. Thanks for any reply.

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    Found this: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...0k,3181-3.html

    Display outputs constitute the last domain. You can do three digital outputs on a desktop platform (provided a motherboard vendor enables them), but two have to be DisplayPort connections—one at up to 2560x1600 and one at up to 1920x1200. The third screen can be HDMI (up to 1080p), DVI, VGA, or DisplayPort at up to 1920x1200.
    But there isn't a source listed for the info. Something of a let down if it's true.

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    Found this: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...0k,3181-3.html

    Display outputs constitute the last domain. You can do three digital outputs on a desktop platform (provided a motherboard vendor enables them), but two have to be DisplayPort connections—one at up to 2560x1600 and one at up to 1920x1200. The third screen can be HDMI (up to 1080p), DVI, VGA, or DisplayPort at up to 1920x1200.
    But there isn't a source listed for the info. Something of a let down if it's true.

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