What motherboard do I have guys? does it support 4k?

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  1. Posts : 134
    Windows 7
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    What motherboard do I have guys? does it support 4k?


    Hey, I'm not at my pc atm but need to know this urgently. I want to know if my motherboard supports HDMI for a 4k screen.

    This is what i got on file through prevous topic;: Attachment 173874 can you discover the motherboard through that?
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       #2

    Max Pen said:
    Hey, I'm not at my pc atm but need to know this urgently. I want to know if my motherboard supports HDMI for a 4k screen.

    This is what i got on file through prevous topic;: Attachment 173874 can you discover the motherboard through that?
    You can download this small app and it will give you all kinds of information about your PC, its free.
    Speccy - System Information - Free Download
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  3. Posts : 134
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #3

    OldMike65 said:
    You can download this small app and it will give you all kinds of information about your PC, its free.
    Speccy - System Information - Free Download
    Yea I know that one, however is it possible to know through the zip info I provided above to discover the motherboard?
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  4. Posts : 936
    xp
       #4

    Any idea the Make/Model of the GTX 580 GPU ???

    ADDED: The MOBO is ASUS model unk. Think the problem would be the GPU?
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  5. Posts : 124,858
    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 21H2 Build 22000.739
       #5

    Max Pen said:
    Yea I know that one, however is it possible to know through the zip info I provided above to discover the motherboard?
    All I could see is that your motherboard is made by ASUSTeK ......your info does not show which model at all. AsusTek makes very good motherboards thou. I still would run Speccy.
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  6. Posts : 134
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
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    OldMike65 said:
    All I could see is that your motherboard is made by ASUSTeK ......your info does not show which model at all. AsusTek makes very good motherboards thou. I still would run Speccy.
    Ok when I get home what do I need to check on the asus website in terms of specs for my type of motherboard to know I can handle a 4k display? Is my GPU good enough as well?
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  7. Posts : 124,858
    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 21H2 Build 22000.739
       #7

    Max Pen said:
    Ok when I get home what do I need to check on the asus website in terms of specs for my type of motherboard to know I can handle a 4k display? Is my GPU good enough as well?
    You can enter your bios and find which model you have if you don't want to use Speccy ....Speccy would be easier .... and give you more information about your GPU ....is this a laptop or desktop pc ....

    F2 or use your Delete key to enter bios at bootup.
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  8. Posts : 936
    xp
       #8

    When you get home and run Speccy as Mike suggested you'll know exactly what you have. The Specs for 4K TV are: 4K resolution - Wikipedia

    The reference GTX 560 Specs: GeForce GTX 580 | Specifications | GeForce
    *Some Models "May" be able to get higher custom resolutions with the newest drivers, but I wouldn't count on it.
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  9. Posts : 124,858
    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 21H2 Build 22000.739
       #9

    Yeah looking at his bios date and GPU card, highly doubtful that he has support for 4k resolution.
    bios date: 02/21/12 12:54:45 Ver: 32.03
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580
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  10. Posts : 936
    xp
       #10

    I'd have to do some serious upgrades myself If I wanted to watch 4K TV or Game with DX12 Guess I'll stick with 1080p and DX11 for a while.
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