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Old January 8, 2013, 06:02 AM
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Default Gigbayte Details Intelís Collage Tech; 4K Display Over Thunderbolt

Gigabyteís use of two Thunderbolt connectors on upcoming mobos allows for 4K UltraHD video streams on four standard displays.

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Old January 8, 2013, 08:55 AM
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Ok I am confused what exactly is 4K Thunderbolt. I read the write up but I am not sure what that actually means. Does it mean that Gigbyte is coming out with a Motherboard that supports 4 Displays?
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Ok I am confused what exactly is 4K Thunderbolt. I read the write up but I am not sure what that actually means. Does it mean that Gigbyte is coming out with a Motherboard that supports 4 Displays?
Thunderbolt natively has the ability to distribute HD video signals.

See our article here: An In Depth Look at Intelís Thunderbolt Technology
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Thats a nice boost to those looking to run multi-displays for business purposes rather than gaming.
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Holey crap this actually changes allot of things . this also explains a fair amount of tech sales going on as far as I see this just doesn't affect PC it affects allot more Tech . Wow is all I can say...Wow
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