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Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by MacHaris, Jan 15, 2014.
of course. you don't need an i7 for that.
pretty much every intel mac mini is capable of 1080p.
They don't even break a sweat with a 1080p monitor. Just an FYI....it doesn't matter if it's a 22" or 30" monitor....if they're both 1080p the Mini has to output the same number of pixels - it's just the size of those pixels is different on the respective monitors - and the Mac doesn't control that.
I have an older one pushing a 30" monitor with greater than 1080p resolution.
i'm running my 50" LED TV at 1080p with 0 problems, it looks amazing!
my 2009 mini can run that no problem, so I think you will be ok
The video card should have no issue with 27" monitors. I have mine attached to two 23" monitors and I don't think the output is that much higher on the video card. If you get above that, then it might be tricky without daisy chaining TB displays.