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Heya guys,

I been searching for this high and low but either i m finding deep enough or something but I am wondering if anyone knows or tried running one of those 27 inch korean display (catleap / crossover) on a macbook air 13 inch late 2010 model. which comes with GeForce 320m 256mb video ram.

the closest i can compare is some used MBP which has similar graphic card and did work. but i cant assume if that works, then MBA with same graphic card will work.

anyone can shed some light?
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You're asking if it can run 2560 x 1440? Yes it is more than capable of running 2560 x 1440 resolution, i don't really suggest playing games on it but for watching movies, editing files, etc. you'll be fine
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Heya guys,
I been searching for this high and low but either i m finding deep enough or something but I am wondering if anyone knows or tried running one of those 27 inch korean display (catleap / crossover) on a macbook air 13 inch late 2010 model. which comes with GeForce 320m 256mb video ram.
the closest i can compare is some used MBP which has similar graphic card and did work. but i cant assume if that works, then MBA with same graphic card will work.
anyone can shed some light?
biggrin.gif

Thanks!
You'll need either a Displayport version of the monitor, or you'll need an active DisplayPort - > DL-DVI adapter.
 
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