GIGABYTE Dual Thunderbolt already support 4K resolution: Features

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY has just announced that its new series of motherboards with dual Thunderbolt connector supports monitors with a 4K resolution (up to 4096 × 3112 pixels). In the company’s facility in Tokyo has been tested using the standard mini DisplayPort.

GIGABYTE Dual Thunderbolt

For the test has been used a plate Z77MX GIGABYTE GA-TH-D3H, working with a processor Intel Core i7 3770K. Using the micro integrated graphics (Intel HD 4000) connected a monitor EIZO FDH3601 4K resolution and to take video signal, devised two Thunderbolt to Mini DisplayPort cable, capable of 2K resolution video each and GIGABYTE Dual Thunderbolt offers a final resolution pretty impressive.

Although still have to wait to the 4K becomes a standard, this test is a test of the potential of the Thunderbolt standard and the ability to work at very high resolutions without resorting to dedicated graphics solutions or adapters. You can check the entire range of GIGABYTE Dual Thunderbolt on the GIGABYTE website.

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