Will it allow a 2016 MacBook 12” to output via hdmi 2.0 4K @60hz resolution?
I know it doesn’t say that in specs but has anyone tried?
2 Answers from the Community
No. I have tried the adapter on a MacBook. This adapter with a MacBook only allows 4K 30Hz HDMI 2.0. The MacBook is not one of the computers listed as supporting 4K 60Hz in the the Apple Support document HT207806 "About the Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter". The MacBook cannot output two lanes of DisplayPort 1.4 because the Intel graphics only supports DisplayPort 1.2. Search for an adapter that does not include 5 Gbps USB 3.0 which will then allow four lanes of DisplayPort. For example, adapters that use the MCDP2900 chip will have four lanes operating at 5.4 Gbps per lane which gives them 33% more bandwidth than this adapter that uses a chip that has two lanes at 8.1 Gbps.
- Answered by Joseph V from Fort Langley
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It is already mentioned in description that this support 4K at 30hz.
- Answered by M Tariq M
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Does this adapter support HDMI 2.0 and specifically 4K at 60Hz?
- Asked by Simon C from Brisbane
- 27 Aug 2015
- Flag as inappropriate Does this adapter support HDMI 2.0 and specifically 4K at 60Hz?
Will this run @60Hz with my external 4K monitor?
- Asked by Oleksandr R from Millbrae
- 24 Mar 2019
- Flag as inappropriate Will this run @60Hz with my external 4K monitor?
Would this cable support full 60Hz, 4k to a 4k display(s) from my 2016 MBP using a USB-C to HDMI dongle?
- Asked by Gerard S from Cincinnati
- 4 Dec 2017
- Flag as inappropriate Would this cable support full 60Hz, 4k to a 4k display(s) from my 2016 MBP using a USB-C to HDMI dongle?