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Old 08-28-2019, 09:11 AM   #1
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Default USB/Video: How to tell if a screen resolution is supported

I'm looking at buying a new monitor, either 3840x1600 or 5120x1440 (not sure yet). I would need a new USB->video adapter to hook up either one of them to my computer. DisplayLink products are prominent.

How can I tell whether an adapter I see for sale would support those resolutions, if the manufacturer hasn't provided a list (which is the normal case)?

In particular... I see a mention of an adapter that supports 3840x1920. Is there a good chance that that adapter can also do 3840x1600?
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