Hello , Maybe someone can answer this question for me, might sound like a stupid question, but in the Apple Store they couldn't give me a answer! I am planning to buy the built-to-order 1,3 2016 MacBook, but there is one thing I need to know before purchasing. I currently use a 2013 Retina MacBook Pro 15 at home in clamshell mode plugged into a 34" Ultra-Wide monitor. The MBPR will run 2560x1080 at 60hz no problem. (Note this is through HDMI) So will the MacBook do the same? I know they say the MacBook will run up to 4K resolutions at 30hz, but some forums seem to suggest that it can handle 60hz at lower resolutions. So considering it is technically only 1080p resolution, can I get the screen to run at 60hz instead of 30hz? Or do I just quit while I'm ahead. In the store they told me to buy anyway and just return if it doesn't work, but I have to purchase online for a built-to-order, and don't have the time to faff with posting stuff back, so is there someone who can test this for me? Monitor is a LG34UM57-P Thanks in advance! --- Post Merged, Apr 27, 2016 --- Sorry that this appeared twice! Wifi sucks so the iPad reset and didn't realise it had posted!