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  • Sirius S80 UCFF (Intel Core i7-7567U, 16GB, SSD, HDD)
  • Sirius S80 UCFF (Intel Core i7-7567U, 16GB, SSD, HDD)
  • Sirius S80 UCFF (Intel Core i7-7567U, 16GB, SSD, HDD)
digitec Sirius S80 UCFF (Intel Core i7-7567U, 16GB, SSD, HDD)

Question about digitec Sirius S80 UCFF (Intel Core i7-7567U, 16GB, SSD, HDD)

User plus100

The maximum resolution is 4096 x 2160. The whole thing can only be made via the Thunderbolt connection, since only one is present.

05.07.2017
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User paveltikho

My monitor has DVI-D, DisplayPort, and HDMI inputs. Please suggest the suitable cable to connect Sirius to it and still maintain the highest possible resolution.

05.07.2017
User plus100

Then use an DisplayPOrt to Thunderbolt Adabter

06.07.2017
User viribus

Maybe a bit late... but I'm running a 4K Monitor @native 4k with 60Hz via HDMI 2.0. No problem at all. Thunderbolt is allright, but if you go via HDMI it saves you the trouble with an additonal adapter. Just make sure, that your HDMI cable AND Monitor HDMI port are 2.0

11.08.2017
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