So I'm building a pc that needs to run an ultra wide monitor that's 3440x1440.
From what I can tell I'll need a card that supports 4k resolution to make up for the extra width.
Alot of the r7 370 cards I have looked at say the max digital resolution is 4k, but the max analog is 2048x1536 or 2560x1600.
So 1600p is right around 4 megapixels and the resolution I need to push is 5 megapixels. So a pretty significant difference.
My questions are:
1) Is display port analog or digital?
2) If it's analog am I screwed? would it max out the cards ability and have a weird stretched out image on an ultra wide monitor?
3) One card, the MSI R7 370 gaming, says the resolution is 4k. It doesn't specify anything about digital or analog. Would it be able to handle it, or have i missed something in the specs.
4) If the 370 wont work at all, what's the best graphics card that will meet the resolution requirements, and is less than $200?
-not a gaming build, I just need something to run the monitor.
-itx form factor so the card need to be less than 10" long.
-Limited to a 500w psu, I don't think this will matter but I have heard some amd cards use alot of juice.
-cooler and quiet is preferred this will be a desktop build, the case will be on the actual desk.