AMD Details Improved 4K Support For RX 2XX Series GPUs



/ 5 years ago

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AMD has revealed at its GPU 14 LiveStream event that the new RX 2XX series will bring improved compatibility and support for 4K monitors.

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AMD claims that in most cases there will be “out of the box” compatibility for 4K monitors with their new series of GPUs.

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The new drivers for the AMD RX 2XX series will come with hardware level support for new 4K monitors. The RX 2XX series will also implement a new AMD proposed VESA standard that automatically stitches the two separate panels on a 4K monitor (as most 60Hz 4K monitors are formed from two 2K panels stitched together as current generation display controllers cannot run a single 4K display at 60Hz natively so two are required with two separate panels).

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