1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 26, 2013 2:40 PM by kevin_intel

    HD4000 DP to HDMI 2560X1080 Support

    salvax239

       

      Hi All ,

       

      I am struggling with 2 miniature machines based on Intel i7 , one is Fit-Pc intense and second by Kontron.

      Both have HD4000 WITH 2 X HDMI (support 1920 x 1080)  and one DisplayPort (support 2560 x 1600) .

      I need to connect the machine to a display that has only HDMI inputs  and I must run it 2560x 1080 x 60hz.

      Means I need to use the DisplayPort and connect it with convertors or any other solution to the HDMI .

      I tried standart convertors from DP to DVI and DVI to HDMI (Not sure if its dual)

       

      Is anyone know any configuration that will work or anyHD400 part that I should order ? anyone have a solution ?

       

      The same screen run this resolution with few other machines (Big boxes) that running Nvidia GTX650.

       

      Regards

      Salva

        • 1. Re: HD4000 DP to HDMI 2560X1080 Support

          Hello salvax239,

           

          Based on your description there are several facts to take in consideration:

           

          1. The 3rd generation Graphics controller, in your case HD 4000, Supports with the Display port up to 2560x1600 and via HDMI it is capable to handle a resolution up to 1920x1200.

           

          From our side, we can guarantee that the using the display port in the motherboard you will be able to use the resolution desired; however, we cannot guarantee the same while using a video convertor.

           

          It is also important to mention that you need to check with the system manufacturer or in the display manual if the display supports this configuration.