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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by munckee, Jan 14, 2009.
Can the alum. macbook drive a 30" LCD (2560x1600)?
Yes, but you'll need the Dual-DVI converter cable unless the monitor has a mini-Display Port connection.
Of course, but the computer will support that resolution assuming the correct adapter? I can't seem to find info on external monitor resolutions anywhere.
Guess this answers it:
You should be aware that there have been issues reported with that converter (not an adapter - it is an active converter). There have been many reports that one of the links suddenly dies, or that the display becomes garbled. I would recommend that you check it out first.
The maximum resolution that your MacBook has for an external monitor is 1920 x 1200.
Aluminum MacBook = miniDisplayPort = 2560x1600
I think you are wrong.
Do you have a link to this specification? That's the limit on the older Plastic Macbook. The new one has the same resolution support as the Pro.
I stand corrected. I was misinformed by believing a previous post without checking.
does not seem to list the info. Someone might want to post the link with the info.
It says it there, under "Graphics and Video Support"
Yeah, I just took a gander at the product reviews on the Apple site. Sounds like a nightmare. Guess I'll be sticking to a 24" for a while.