My monitor black screen several times a day, and need to turn the monitor off and on to resolve the problem.
It was working without any issues before updating to 12.3.1
See if anyone has the same issue:rolleyes:
Mac Studio (M1 Max) @ 4K 144 VRR through USB-C
Does anyone have any experience with plugging a 120 or 144hz monitor to an iMac via BootCamp?
Is there something I need to know before buying one (adapters, conditions, etc...)
It will be used mostly (if not only) via BootCamp for gaming.
My iMac specs are;
iMac 2019 Late 2019
Several months ago I built a gaming PC and connected it to an Acer XF270HUA monitor.
It's stunning: 1440p, 144Hz, 4ms, IPS, FreeSync, thin bezels. I like it.
I like it so much that I wanna connect my MacBook Pro to it when I'm not gaming and simply use it as my main monitor...
So I purchased the Mac Mini i3 (2018) variant. I have an AOC AGON AG251FZ and these refresh rates are supported in 1080p;
It feels very nice and fluid in 144Hz. Mind you my monitor supports 240Hz via DP, not tried that.
I can't seem to find a concrete answer nor solution to this question.
So I figured I had ask (March 2019) so that everyone later can have a clear answer.
My laptop's specification:
- MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017)
- 2.9 GHz Intel Core i7
- 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3
- Radeon Pro 560 4096 MB
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I just got them yesterday
Asus ROG PG279Q 2k @ 165hz
macbook pro 2016 15" Radeon pro 460 10.12.6
(Im planning to get a eGPU someday so I just go with the monitor I want in advance)
And I bought a TypeC to DP1.2 Cable
but when I connect to my macbook pro
the screen just keeps...
I didn't want to create a new thread, because it seems inefficient. But I looked around and I can't really see my particular query answered anywhere.
I am the (still relatively proud) owner of a mid 2012 15" Retina MacBook Pro - the original Retina MacBook Pro. I've had it for about 3 years and...