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hi,

 

I have a project with 4 screens with 4k resolution each.

is wo can output this resolution ?

 

Yes. If you had searched this forum you would have found examples of that.

reference:  4K Video Playback , Supported 4k / High resolution video cards - Single Output

 

1 computer will do this or I need more then 1?

 

You would be best served with 2 powerful computers for that task.

 

what is the computer spec and a preferred graphic card for this ?

 

Show Sage can provide computers tested and certified to run 4k movies to 4k outputs.

If you plan to build your own, start with a i7 six-core on a motherboard that supports quad channel memory

and a graphics card that is specified to provide 4k output

(AMD FirePro cards with four digit model designations, aka FirePro 7100, etc.) are a good choice.

You will need to do your homework and test to confirm a system that can handle the task.

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> Yes. If you had searched this forum you would have found examples of that.

 

Just a note to forum moderators: I just tried doing exactly that, but the result is this message:

 

"The following search terms are not allowed and were removed from your query: 4k

One or all of your search keywords were below 3 characters"

 

A google search with site:forum.dataton.com is how I found this thread.

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> Yes. If you had searched this forum you would have found examples of that.

 

Just a note to forum moderators: I just tried doing exactly that, but the result is this message:

 

"The following search terms are not allowed and were removed from your query: 4k

One or all of your search keywords were below 3 characters"

 

A google search with site:forum.dataton.com is how I found this thread.

 

The four character minimum is common to pretty much all search engines,

You need to be a bit creative to work around that.

So you instead look for similar valid search terms that would be on topic instead ...

Try 

3840, 2160 

...

WO_Forum-search-3840_2160.png

 

I actually try to consider future searches when I compose my posts  ;)

While it is quicker to simply use 4k referring to the outputs, the actual resolution numbers

add clarity to the post and better search results in the future. :D

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