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You can absolutely use display link drivers. I have an Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB graphics card in my 8gb Mac Book Pro (early 2015) 13 in. It drives 2 24 in Dell displays via with mindvi (normal fps) and four other Dell 24 in monitors using usb 2.0 -->minidvi adapters at 12-15fps. Not great for video or gaming, but just fine for email/documents/command ...


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What I have found out is that TDM (Target Display Mode) on my mid 2010 27" iMac only works with the following resolutions: 720p (1280*720) or lower Native (2560*1440) Any device that tries to output something in between, gets a signal it has to change it's resolution to 1280*720. Many devices can automatically do this (Xbox 360, PS4), but some can not ...


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It depends which MacBook you have. The cheaper ones only have integrated graphics processor (Intel Iris Graphics 6100) which runs from your CPU. The expensive ones have a separate graphics card (AMD Radeon R9 M370X) with 2Gb memory which supports more display or higher resolution displays. Macbook with integrated Intel graphics: Dual display and video ...


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The setting you wish to adjust is the built-in display correct? Your screenshot is for the external. To change the built-in display on a retina screen running Yosemite: Unplug your HDMI (as in normal use) Go the the Display preferences ( > System Preferences) Set the display to Scaled and More Space. Play a bit with it to get the look you desire. ...


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What you want to be looking for is Mini DisplayPort to HDMI (unless you have a windows machine with a thunderbolt port in that case you would just use a thunderbolt to thunderbolt, but I am assuming you don't). Here is a cheap Mini DisplayPort (which fits in your thunderbolt port) to HDMI cable, here is a more reputable Amazon branded adapter (for this one ...


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Generally speaking, static on the HDMI link can be as a result of too much noise (the signal to noise reason is to low). You say you have not changed the cable, that would be my first suspect. Change that up and take it from there. Any breaks or wear on the cable and pins can introduce noise such that the signal effectively drops out.



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