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Intel Hd 620 for running 2-3 1440 monitors.

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I want to run the biggest and best monitors I can from my laptop, I will never ever be gaming on this(forgive me PCMR, for I have sinned) its purely for work. I just need the defanition for looking at detailed drawings. literally just want a bigger beter  monitor for every day non PCMR stuff. would a 620 run it them?

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2 minutes ago, Lsat0902 said:

I want to run the biggest and best monitors I can from my laptop, I will never ever be gaming on this(forgive me PCMR, for I have sinned) its purely for work. I just need the defanition for looking at detailed drawings. literally just want a bigger beter  monitor for every day non PCMR stuff. would a 620 run it them?

Looks like you can as long as you're using DisplayPort.


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I have 8th gen i5 8350u w/ Intel uhd 620

it can run 2 2560x1440 displays at 60hz (one using HDMI 1.4b and another using USB C, I'm guessing it might be able to do another one though if you have two USB C)

 

just get one 4k display and maybe a secondary 1080/1440, just be warned that all UHD 620 cannot do 4k 60hz out of HDMI, only USB C or displayport, else it does 4k 30hz


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