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GDdk
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A question on exact specs of Core 4700MQ, 4800MQ, 4900MQ

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Hello,

I have an impression that exact specs of Core 4700MQ, 4800MQ and 4900MQ on ark.intel.com may be not 100% correct. There, the info on max HDMI and VGA resolutions is as follows:

4700MQ: 3840x2160@60fps (HDMI), 2880x1800@60fps (VGA)

4800MQ: 2560x1600@60fps (HDMI), 1920x1200@60fps (VGA)

4900MQ: 3840x2160@60fps (HDMI), 2880x1800@60fps (VGA)

so 4800MQ has the weakest scores despite that its integrated GPU is exactly as in 4900MQ. Thus the question is: is there a typo on ark.intel.com or are there actual differences between max resolution of these CPUs?

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idata
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Hello GregoryD,

 

 

Thank you for joining the Intel Community Support.

 

 

Thank you for providing us with your valuable feedback. There is a typing error on ark.intel.com. The case has been escalated to the proper department.

 

Keep checking https://ark.intel.com/ to get up to date information about our product specifications.

 

 

Wanner G.

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idata
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Hello GregoryD,

 

 

Thank you for joining the Intel Community Support.

 

 

Thank you for providing us with your valuable feedback. There is a typing error on ark.intel.com. The case has been escalated to the proper department.

 

Keep checking https://ark.intel.com/ to get up to date information about our product specifications.

 

 

Wanner G.

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idata
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Hello GregoryD,

 

 

In addition, the most common resolution over VGA-flat panel is 1920x1080 @60Hz. However, it might change depending on the screen designed by the manufacturer.

 

Maximum Resolution (VGA) is the maximum resolution supported by the processor via the VGA interface (24bits per pixel & 60Hz). In the case of the processors mentioned before, the system (laptop/NUC, etc.) or device display resolution is dependent on multiple system design factors, and the actual resolution indicated in Ark.intel.com may be lower on your system.

 

 

Wanner G.
GDdk
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Thank you very much for your helpful answer.

idata
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Hello regoryD,

 

 

I was checking this thread and I would like to add that the information on https://ark.intel.com/ is correct. Monitors should be capable of supporting a specific resolution (LCD/LED with VGA). Also, system manufacturers may or may not limit the resolution or features when processors are integrated on a laptop.

 

 

Wanner G.
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