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Enabling & Setting up MST for 4k Monitor

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I recieved my new Dell UP3214Q today! However,,,,,,,,,

Im struggling to enable 2160p 60hz with mst.

2160p 30hz works easy with dp1.1

Ive enabled DP1.2 on the monitor and in Win 7 Screen Resolution settings im getting and error when I try and extend display to second half - "Unable to save display settings"

Ive been messing around for hours and Sometimes on the settings im able to see both halves side by side in mirror mode and sometimes i get one halve 1920 x 2160 and the other 1920 x 1080.

Ive installed the monitor drivers

I have 13.2 amd drivers installed

do i have to install the usb cable as well?

Ive tried disabling tri fire.


What a head ache!!!!

Please I need help!!!!


My system:

3930k

asrock extreme 11 x79

32gb 1866mhz ram

3x R9 290X
post #2 of 5
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Originally Posted by hatlesschimp View Post

I recieved my new Dell UP3214Q today! However,,,,,,,,,

Im struggling to enable 2160p 60hz with mst.

2160p 30hz works easy with dp1.1

Ive enabled DP1.2 on the monitor and in Win 7 Screen Resolution settings im getting and error when I try and extend display to second half - "Unable to save display settings"

Ive been messing around for hours and Sometimes on the settings im able to see both halves side by side in mirror mode and sometimes i get one halve 1920 x 2160 and the other 1920 x 1080.

Ive installed the monitor drivers

I have 13.2 amd drivers installed

do i have to install the usb cable as well?

Ive tried disabling tri fire.


What a head ache!!!!

Please I need help!!!!


My system:

3930k

asrock extreme 11 x79

32gb 1866mhz ram

3x R9 290X

Check out this page it's a review but halfway down you see how to set it up in windows with amd.

Review

Good luck hope it helps.
post #3 of 5
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Originally Posted by MojoW View Post

Check out this page it's a review but halfway down you see how to set it up in windows with amd.

Review

Good luck hope it helps.

Thanks!
Quote:
Important 4k Consideration - to run the screen at the full 3840 x 2160 resolution and at 60Hz refresh rate you need to go into this section of the menu and enable 'DisplayPort 1.2'. - DONE

This will only work if you graphics card and driver can support the relevant features. The Dell user manual explains you need to "ensure that your graphics card driver can support DP1.2 with MST feature, capable of displaying 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz and its driver supports DisplayID v1.3, -DONE (i have 290x and 13.2 drivers installed)
post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 
Lol just got it going.


Step by step:

1. Enable mst on Dell UP3214Q 4k Monitor
2. Go to AMD catalyst and sellect (create eyefinity group)
3. go to bezel compensation and align it perfect.

And then its all good to go!

I never saw why I would need to go into bezel adjustment but It worked.

post #5 of 5
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Originally Posted by hatlesschimp View Post

Lol just got it going.


Step by step:

1. Enable mst on Dell UP3214Q 4k Monitor
2. Go to AMD catalyst and sellect (create eyefinity group)
3. go to bezel compensation and align it perfect.

And then its all good to go!

I never saw why I would need to go into bezel adjustment but It worked.


Glad it worked! enjoy your 4k @ 60Hz.
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