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If there's a computer, that can play 4k videos(not on 4k display), is it then safe to say that the graphics card supports a 4k monitor?

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4 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

All modern graphics cards support 4k.

my card is 5 years old and does 4k.

I didn't say it was modern.

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5 minutes ago, A1Str8 said:

I didn't say it was modern.

Man, in the IT field 5 years is at least 5 generations, even though things may slow down now. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Boomer6969 said:

Man, in the IT field 5 years is at least 5 generations, even though things may slow down now. 

 

 

But who cares about this. It has nothing to do with my question. 

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56 minutes ago, A1Str8 said:

If there's a computer, that can play 4k videos(not on 4k display), is it then safe to say that the graphics card supports a 4k monitor?

How do you know it plays 4k?

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1 minute ago, Eindhoven said:

Why don't you just tell of the specs of the PC?

 

Typing in System Information in the search box might help.

I know how to check it on the pc. I don't have it with me. 

Alright so no one knows. Have a nice day.

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7 minutes ago, A1Str8 said:

I know how to check it on the pc. I don't have it with me. 

Alright so no one knows. Have a nice day.

 

if the question made sense, it could be answered.

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we can't know the answer without specs

also could easily be answered by googling it, IE:

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=gtx+750ti+maximum+resolution

 

it's not actually displaying 4K now when you play 4K youtube videos and 4k is 4x the resolution to render than 1080p

anyways, having a video card that can display 4k doesn't mean you're going to have a good time with it

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