AsRock Z77 Extreme 3 with i5-3570k
Dual EVGA GTX 760 4 GB in SLI. 32 GB System RAM
5100x2560 LCD setup that I cannot use in Surround because Nvidia won't support Display Port properly. (as of GTX 700 series, running 3600x1920 till future upgrade)
allanmac said:Once you have eDP>DP, I'm assuming a standard DP>HDMI/VGA/DVI adapter would work.
The Tegra ® K1 LVDS/eDP Serial Output Resource (SOR) block is a display output controller, with two operating modes, supporting either Low Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) or Embedded DisplayPort (eDP). It drives local panels only and does not support an external DP port. The LVDS/eDP SOR block collects pixels from the output of the display pipeline, formats/encodes them to the LVDS/eDP
format, and then streams them to various output devices. The LVDS/eDP block consists of individual resources that can interface with different display devices. An LVDS/eDP block can drive only a single device at any given time and can be connected to any display controller (Head).
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