After I get thunderbolt to DS1.2 cable, I was able to run 75hz and get full 2560x1660 resolution on new macbook air.
So the key is 1. PC has capable graphic card 2. right adopter/cable to carry data to monitor.
By anonymous on 08/11/2020, 07:11 PM EDT
This is only 2? //@anonymous: Got 32 4K!
By anonymous on 07/24/2020, 09:33 AM EDT
Got 32 4K!
By anonymous on 07/17/2020, 09:16 PM EDT
got this monitor a month ago. run 60hz on 4 laptops i have, and no driver available for mac. the resolution rate is low too
By anonymous on 06/28/2020, 09:52 PM EDT
Has lots of ghosting.. A lot. Very visible . Got one couple of weeks back, returning. 2K is sharp though but the ghosting got too much
By anonymous on 06/09/2020, 01:02 PM EDT
27 inches for FHD (1080p) could be a bit too much pixel thing....I would suggest 24 inches 1080p or 27 inches 1440p.
By anonymous on 05/31/2020, 07:52 PM EDT
By anonymous on 05/29/2020, 12:02 PM EDT
Just do a two-monitors setup, one cheap 1080p for gaming, and spend more on a 4K on anything else.