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Connecting Cintiq Pro 24 for 4K

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
neilcampbell
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Connecting Cintiq Pro 24 for 4K

Postby neilcampbell » Sun 24. Feb 2019, 20:24

Hi

I've been happily using an Intuos 3 for years, but am now ready for a Cintiq Pro 24.

But I'm a little confused about the connectivity options - I've done a fair bit of research, but there seems to be conflicting information out there.

I have a GTX-1070 with 2 DisplayPort and 2 HDMI sockets.

1 of those DP sockets is driving my monitor at 4k.

Am I correct in thinking that I can connect the second DisplayPort socket into the Cintiq and get 4K video?

And is a USB cable (I don't have USC-C on my PC) required for the pen / expresskey data transfer?

Or am I missing / misunderstanding something?

Cheers
Neil

wacom5
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Re: Connecting Cintiq Pro 24 for 4K

Postby wacom5 » Mon 25. Feb 2019, 09:14

Hi Neil.
neilcampbell wrote:Am I correct in thinking that I can connect the second DisplayPort socket into the Cintiq and get 4K video?
If your graphics card is able to support 2 monitors at 4k resolution then it should be fine. You can use use either DisplayPort or HDMI.

neilcampbell wrote:And is a USB cable (I don't have USC-C on my PC) required for the pen / expresskey data transfer?

Yes. A USB cable is included. You just need a standard USB port available in your computer.

neilcampbell
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Re: Connecting Cintiq Pro 24 for 4K

Postby neilcampbell » Tue 26. Feb 2019, 03:52

Thanks very much :)


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