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Is a mx250 gpu able to support 2 1080p monitors?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm looking for a laptop for university. I was wondering if a laptop with a mx250 is able to support 2 1080p monitors without any lag for general spreadsheet work , word processing and youtube. If not, then would a laptop with a 1650 or 1660ti be more suitable for this kind of workload?

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I think anything newer than the first gen intel HD graphics can handle two 1080p displays at 60hz.

The MX 250 wouldnt have any issues with it, theyre designed to power 4k laptops in a sense better than intel HD 620/630 would be able to, the MX 250 is technically capable of two 4k displays but it slows down one of the monitors to 30hz. Two or three 1080p displays would not be an issue.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
29 minutes ago, Genwyn said:

I think anything newer than the first gen intel HD graphics can handle two 1080p displays at 60hz.

The MX 250 wouldnt have any issues with it, theyre designed to power 4k laptops in a sense better than intel HD 620/630 would be able to, the MX 250 is technically capable of two 4k displays but it slows down one of the monitors to 30hz. Two or three 1080p displays would not be an issue.

So , does that mean any integrated gpu on a laptop like on a thinkpad x1 carbon is able to support 2 1080p monitors easily for that workload ?

 

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17 minutes ago, ThatKishGuy2809 said:

So , does that mean any integrated gpu on a laptop like on a thinkpad x1 carbon is able to support 2 1080p monitors easily for that workload ?

 

Yeah, that would be HD 4000 at the absolute oldest if this was a first gen x1c. And even HD 4000 would support two 1080p monitors alongside the native display on the x1c. Anything newer wouldnt have any issues either.


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