Any Graphic Board Suport 4K?
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Tue May 5 05:46:03 UTC 2015
On 03/05/2015 13:01, Takashi Kitazawa wrote:
> Thank you for your reply.
> You wrote 2015/04. Very new infomation. I'm lucky.
> On Sat, 2 May 2015 08:47:07 -0600 "Dale Scott" <dalescott at shaw.ca>
> | A recent "BSD Now" podcast described setting up two 4K monitors on
> PC-BSD (a | FreeBSD ``distro`` tweaked for desktop use). The graphics
> card used was a
> I know PC-BSD. But I do not like KDE. I like GNOME. So I use FreeBSD
> 10.1. I will setup GNOME from ports collection. Sorry.
Both KDE and gnome use the same Xorg config, if it works with Xorg then
any window manager/desktop will also work with it
> | Zotac GeForce GTX 960 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDMI DVI
> DisplayPort. Kris | noted having to enable DisplayPort 1.2 mode in
> the two ASUS PB287Q 28-Inch | Screen LED-Lit 4K monitors to get 4K
> resolution at 60Hz. | |
> I read your site.
> In Japan, I donot find this card Amazon.co.jp Web Site. I donot find
> this card on Japanese site. Another GeForce GTX 960 card is OK on X
> Window System? Can you judge this card is OK?
> ZOTAC GeForce GTX 960 METAL GEAR SOLID V Graphic board VD5647
The GeForce GTX 960 is a reference specification from Nvidia, other
companies can produce cards matching that specification for their own
cards, the GPU and main chips will be the same, small things like
amount of RAM may vary.
So any GTX 960 from any manufacturer can be considered the same card
from a technical point of view, they will all use the same nvidia chip
set and driver.
If ZOTAC is considered a good manufacturer in general then their video
cards can most likely also be considered good.
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