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Old 05-17-2014, 10:50 AM   #1
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Just throwing this out there because I must confess that when I saw this on my cert vid, I thought "what". Anyway reading up on it, this looks to be a very interesting piece of tech for once. I mean by that not the usual glorification of the next best CPU/GPU. Question is, has anybody around here implemented this?
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Its still in development but this sounds interesting Intel's next Thunderbolt port can handle two 4K displays at once
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Its still in development but this sounds interesting Intel's next Thunderbolt port can handle two 4K displays at once
Yeah looks good. Wondering if this could translate well for the hardcore gamers. Imagine multiple monitors becoming the norm.
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It would be nice to have two monitors that are run off of the same port. But it's been a very long time since I have had two monitors.

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