Windows 10: UHD 4K graphic cards -- any good ones

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  1.    18 Aug 2016 #11

    topgundcp said: View Post
    @Kbird,
    I am planning to buy a 40" 4K TV. What brand do you have ? Samsung, LG ?
    No I had a 43" 4K TV but ended up returning it as it would not play nice with the (2) NEC 23" Monitors I already had, it would not sleep like the monitor and so screwed up my icons all the time , same thing if it wasn't turned on when windows started ,windows "thought it wasn't connected , so rearranged my desktops etc etc .

    Also at the time my CAD Package would not play nice with the DPI Scaling , so all in all it was an exercise in frustration. I went back to the 32" BenQ BL3200 , which I really like , love to have two of them actually.


    KB
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  2.    19 Aug 2016 #12

    Hi.

    I think this one would be good for you at least that is what is recommended if you are doing CAD on 4K but you haven't really told us your budget but it's pretty cheap considering you need at least 350+$ for a GPU if you are gaming on 4K.

    This one

    Somebody is using that card on a 55" 4K. But I don't know if that is Photoshop work.
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  3.    20 Aug 2016 #13

    I see Brink has an Update on DPI Scaling posted a couple of days ago about the AU Update.

    Display Scaling changes for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update - Windows 10 Forums
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