Hardware: Macbook Pro 13” Retina late 2013, Monitor 4K, 27” BenQ PD2700U
Software: SwitchResX http://www.madrau.com
Result/Bottom line: Using SwitchResX software allowed me to use 2560 x 1440 resolution at 60Hz refresh rate and the monitor kept the sharpness and detail of the full 4K...
I have a 15" Retina MacBook Pro mid 2015. I've just picked up a Dell SE2419H 1080p monitor to use as a second screen for work.
When plugging in via HDMI or DisplayPort>HDMI the fonts look very blurry and colours are a little off. I've done a lot of searching and trying different...
I recently bought a new USB C Monitor to use along my 2016 MacbookPro.
The Monitor is a Lenovo ThinkVision P27h which runs a resolution of 2560 x 1440.
Everything is working fine besides an issue with the UI scaling.
The Macbook chooses to run the Monitor with a resolution of...
Just got a Geforce 980 Ti and 4k tv for my old (not Hack) MacPro 2008. 4k image is too small, and no controls for scaling, so trying to use SwitchResX, but it now says no custom anything in OSX 10.11.6 (can't update further) without first disabling SIP which seems to require CMD R at boot...
I have this iMac:
- 27" Mid 2010
- 2,93 Ghz Core i-7
- ATI Radeon HD 5750 1024 MB.
Native resolution of my monitor is 2560x1440 but it's too small for me.
Actually, 1920x1080 it's the perfect resolution for my eyes but it's too blurry; so I tried to use SwitcResX (4.6.6 free...
I'm trying to use my 4k tv as an external monitor for my rMBP 15" 2014, and since in 4k text are so small, I would like to enlarge icons and texts but keeping the high dpi.
I tried with switchresx but every hidpi resolution on the list have a warning logo on it and won't work at all.
My mac mini late 2012 has been upgraded to Mac OS X El Capitan. Yet recently when I tried to configure the resolution via switchresx, the system said that the system integrity protection of El Capitan prevents such act. So I started up the mac mini pressing command r and enter the...
recently I received my new iMac 27" and have some trouble installing a secondary monitor (LG 29EA93).
This was already difficult with my previous Mac, but with adapted settings through SwitchResX it worked flawlessly.
First I used SwitchResX after initially setting up the iMac and I...