The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site. Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links. How are you connecting the monitor? You need cables compliant with HDMI 2. But it seems more logical to me that if it works fine in FUD and 2k but struggles pnly in 4k, maybe it is the graphics card? Then you need to contact the laptop manufacturer. This is their display and they need to sort out why it appears so badly.
If this was the case, then Dell would not have shipped it. Obviously, something has changed. Yes, it likely is the driver my guess is that one of the updates to the driver installed by Windows Update is responsible. Regardless, you want to go through Dell to have this resolved. If it is the driver, Dell can lean on Intel and get a far higher priority placed on this issue that you ever could posting here. I have a Dell Inspiron 15 I also have the Nvidia geforce m, but i think that the system is using the UHD Graphics for rendering the laptop display.
By spec along this thing should be ripping fast. My problem was occasional freezing mouse, occasional flicker, occasional freezing file browsing. I was able to demonstrate it with dell support by jumping from one window to another.
I went through support with Dell, and after 5 hours including OS refresh, my issue did not disappear. I convinced them to send me a replacement unit, which both are in front of me now. I thought the problem might be hardware but nope.
The problem still exists with a virgin image right from dell, and then after the latest updates were applied. I am very sad, as this unit cost me a lot of money, but still exhibits the problems. I just don't know how to proceed.
Ask Different is a question and answer site for power users of Apple hardware and software. It only takes a minute to sign up. The output is only OK if i try the 4k or p resolutions which are not very optimized for reading things on the screen.frames drop when connecting to tv or monitor(FIX)
Is there any way to optimize this? I connected my mac book over mini display to display port since HDMI does not support 60hz.
Lag means when you scroll the code editor in Android studio, it is not very fluent. If i type something there is a small time gap till i see the letters appear on the screen. Scaling is your culprit. Anything different than p or 4K is going to tax the GPU and cause lag. It's unfortunate. I think a solution which costs a lot more money would be to purchase a 5K monitor then run it at p the only acceptable resolution imho This would be the default resolution since it's exactly half of 5K.
Of course 4k at it's natural resolution is far too tiny to be useable which I'm sure you found out. So p and 4k are just not useable for a 27" monitor. Purchasing a blurry p monitor or a 5K monitor run at retina p are the only options to get a lag free experience imho on a 27" external display paired with a MacBook Pro.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 2 years, 4 months ago. Active 1 year, 6 months ago. Viewed 3k times. Ilker Baltaci. Ilker Baltaci Ilker Baltaci 1 1 silver badge 6 6 bronze badges. Welcome to Ask Different. There are lots of details missing like how you are connecting to the monitor, the OS es you are using between the two MBPs, what you mean by the term "lag" is it slow, non-responsive, delayed, etc. Hi Allan. I connected my back book over mini display to display port since HDMI does not support 60hz.
Java-based IDEs have a reputation for being slow. Have you tried just for the purpose of determining the cause of the lag a different editor? Do you have the same lag there? IlkerBaltaci - can you please edit the original question with the details and not leave them in comments. Comments can get removed. Generally OS windows are also a little bit slaggy. Active Oldest Votes. The Overflow Blog. Socializing with co-workers while social distancing. Podcast Programming tutorials can be a real drag.
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I noticed that windows 10 UI animations are laggy and not smooth when using 4k resolution. Desktop elements such as apps, icons, toolbars, or the taskbar might appear fuzzy. Blurry texts might also happen in the Windows interface. To help you resolve the issue, we recommend performing the troubleshooting steps outlined in this support article. The page has steps on how to check for software updates and match screen resolutions. You can also check the section: Workaround for methods on how to adjust the display settings of your Dell laptop.
If the performance issue continues even after completing all of the troubleshooting steps present in the article, we suggest performing a clean boot. A clean boot is performed to start Windows by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs.
We'll need to perform this operation to find out if the issue is due to an installed program. You can find the steps on how to perform a clean boot in Windows 10 from this page. NOTE : Please go to the section: Reset the computer to start normally after clean boot troubleshooting to boot the PC in normal startup after fixing the issue. Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Thank you for trying to assist. These symptoms you mentionedI do not experience.Create an account on Neowin to contribute and support the site.
By RoyaltyOctober 21, in Hardware Hangout. I have a Do you think it would make my laptop any slower if I used an external 40 inch 4k monitor with an HDMI cord? If all the above is not met, it might just run but very slow and also do not expect 60hz either, unless you have HDMI 2.
Ely is spot on. The laptop has the power to drive 4k for the desktop no problems. However, the only video out on the laptop is HDMI, and it is most likely 1. Which means, assuming the monitor actually supported the mode, 4k at 24Hz maximum, not good.
If it were v2. Best give HP a call. But for movie watching, web browsing etc. HDMI 1. You do not need a new HDMI cable. Yes 1.
4k laptop lag in Windows 10 UI animations
HDMI 2. Okay, thanks everyone for the help! Now I know. Have you ever tried 4K at 30hz? That makes your eyes bleed and it is slow! OP needs to make up his mind - are you going to toss money at this laptop I wouldnt or do a desktop build?
Why on earth you think this laptop could push 4K - and why? Just do the desktop build now that you have posted a budget. The whole 30Hz thing is up to user preference. I dont mind it. Is it noticeable? Does it work? Does it bother me? But we're getting off topic now.
The fact is, the OP was asking if his laptop would work at 4k and if he'd notice a slowdown. The answer is, yes, the laptop can output at 4k, but only in the 2D sense. Gaming is not an option, especially since it only has an Intel GPU. The OP is all over the freakin map with a zillion posts trying to make up his mind and for the most part brings up issues of general interest to future searchers of information. However, it seems clear he wants to run games at 4K for which he needs one or two 'sI bought a samsung 4k monitor and was so stoked to try it out on P3d v3.
I am running a GTX I didn't know that it would cause this much of a performance hit. Am I out of luck with this or can I squeeze some performance out of my ? Your pushing A LOT more pixels thru that !
Did you do a fresh clean install of your video driver? What speed is your possessor. I'm just guessing but if you only changed the monitor from a 23 to a 28 4K you should not have lost half of your frames. Some fps lose was to be expected since you are pushing more pixels thru you But I'm at a loss why you would lose half of your Fps.
That being said, did you reduce the anli-aliasing that you were running on the monitor as you won't need much if any with 4x as many pixels on your screen. I dialed back some settings in p3d like tesselation from high to low and changed cloud draw distance from 90 to The only issue now is performance with clouds and my first time having OOMs.
Would going 4k increase my chances of OOMs? Not sure it will make any difference to FPS, but this Samsung 4k set-up guide was useful for me, very comprehensive with a few settings I never realised existed. Written inbut don't think things have changed that much. Check to see if you can change the actual display input settings using the TV remote. I had the very same issue going to 4k until I found the 60hz input on the TV.
Now getting 60 fps all the time. Just don't get frustrated. Be logical and don't fool around with changing all the settings in P3D until you get the right TV input. Hope this helps. This may not be the case with your setup, but it's something I'd recommend you evaluate and adjust your settings if required. Also a link to the specifications, if you have it. Ill look at the thread you mentioned sometime today or tonight.
Thanks for helping! You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.Prob quicker if anything assuming you've got the correct equipment to run at that resolution as the gfx cards are well above any CPU, plus thing like WIndows Vista and later get the gfx card to render fonts.
Pushing that much resolution from your machine may do, though. If you're only running basic desktop applications, it shouldn't be an issue. If you're expecting to render out 3D games at full-resolution, though, you may notice some performance issues.
I'm assuming that your examples have a decent 4K graphics card to run the 4K monitor. If that is the case then I don't think you will see any processing speed difference at all. The graphics card should take over the graphics processing, so you should't see any 'slowness' in that department. I'm sure you know this already, but make sure your graphics card s can support 4K resolutions, otherwise it will be a waste of money. The clarity was amazing!
It depends upon what are you going to do with the display. If you are going to play games at full resolution, you'd better prepare with some powerful GPUs. Else, you'll not have problems in desktop applications and movies.
Providing 4k output can if the computer does not have the hardware necessary to provide the signal to the monitor. We shoot 6k video and have been playing with 4k for a bit. What I've found is the same as the others have said: it's the GPU that matters. The higher the resolution, the more RAM required to have quality playback at a decent frame rate.
We have a 3k video wall running now, and have tried many different GPUs to power it Nvidia Quadro, ati x, etc and apart from some misc driver issues, they've all worked fine. However we do notice some choppy playback if we're pushing the limits of the graphics card. Download Gpu-Z and monitor the GPU while you're doing 4k playback and that will tell you if you have the right hardware. That being said, you will really only notice a difference of speed if you're playing true 4k content.
Just inquiring, i'm wondering why more studios aren't just immediately switching to the newer standard? Running a high resolution like p, p and p will not slow your computer down. The only thing it will affect is memory usage. As others have said, there should be no perceivable degradation in performance so long as the hardware pushing the 4K signal is capable.
If you are looking at doing editing in 4K versus simply displaying 4K, those are very different demand loads with editing being substantially more demanding. Likewise, 4K video display versus 4K static is a big difference, while editing 4K video is pretty harsh on most generic graphics solutions. Current-gen Intel integrated is sufficient, but it will struggle if you try and add anything 3D they are designed and optimized heavily for 2D display and editing, including up to 4K.Log in.
Parallels Forums. Messages: I've recently purchased an external 4k monitor - everything works great until I boot up my Windows 10 VM in full screen. My Mac then crawls - if I move to a windowed view then performance is better although not brilliant. Using the built-in Retina display with no external monitor, performance is fine.
I'm assuming its the resolution that's an issue, but I'm not sure if the issue here is OSX or Parallels, as with no Parallels running the Mac is fine. Thanks, Mike. Michael PittAug 31, It may actually be whats slowing your OSX down to a crawl. Try lowering the video memory to MB and see if performance is better. It sounds like your host is starving for resources because the VM is using them up.
Also are you using adaptive hypervisor? How many processor cores are configured for the VM and what Are your resolution settings? Scaled or best for retina? DustinHullettSep 1, Thanks - I'll give MB a try. Not using the 4K screen everything flies - its just when using the 4K monitor with laptop lid closed, so not powering two high resolution screens. If you have any other config advice that would be great. Michael PittSep 1, Also how are you connecting to your New 4K Display?
DustinHullettSep 2, Thunderbolt Mini display port. Michael PittSep 2, Your's though starts when parallels is booted up correct? Also do you have the virtual machine and the mac configured to use your high performance GPU? It should switch by default when you plug in an external monitor but we want to be sure its switching.
In the same activity monitor energy window see if high performance gpu column has "yes" by parallels desktop or windows.