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Questions about UHD monitor and related components

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grancharov

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Hello.

I use Dell U2713hm(2560x1440) and I consider to upgrade with Samsung LU32D97. What is the minimal recommended video card for that? I'm not a gamer and up to this moment I'm fine with the integrated video in A10-6700. I have Sapphire HD 6770 1GB DDR5 in the secondary PC - is this enough for everyday use(webbrowsers, video up to 1080p), or I have to buy a newer card?

My PSU is CM Silent Pro M500. I have 7 HDD's + 1 SSD and 2x4 GB /1600 MHz.




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The native resolution for that display, per the link is 3840x2160.

According to newegg (presuming it is the correct model) the max resolution is 2560 x 1600.
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814102940

I do not know whether or not you can get more resolution out of the video card by using different drivers.
Looking at this example, there is a performance rating score for an HD 6770 running at 3840x2160, so I would presume it is possible... but maybe not the ideal solution.
http://www.game-deba... 6770 Crossfire

I also read in some spots, that maximum resolution may depend on which port is used to connect, like DisplayPort/HDMI/etc.

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