08-02-2019 12:35 AM - last edited on 08-02-2019 01:38 AM by bananaman
Hello Lenovo friends.
At my work place we are planning to switch from 2 monitors to 1 curved monitor connected to the laptop with usb-c cable.
We are planning to remove the thunderbolt 3 dockings we now are using.
So I ask then for information about, what is the lagest graphic resolutions we can use on the computer with Intel HD 620 graphic card installed in the computer.
Will monitors with max resolutions 3840x1080 or 5120x1440 or 3840x2160 works with Intel HD 620 ?
We are looking on 49", 43", and 38" monitors.
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08-02-2019 05:08 AM
According to the platform specs your laptop chip has an Intel HD520, not an HD620. According to the specs, it can handle 4k (3840x2160) at 60 Hz. If you just want it mostly for some sort of static display, it can also handle 4096x2160 at 20 Hz.
Using the max resolution will stress the chip more, so you will have less success if you plan to do anything especially graphics-heavy. Obviously, the chip will respond faster in FHD mode (1920 x 1080) than it will in 4K mode (3840x2160) since it's driving 4 times the number of pixels in 4k.
Here are the platform specs:
Also, FYI, according to those specs your laptop has USB3, but does *not* support thunderbolt.