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Does MSI Gtx 1050ti 4GB GDDR5 OC support HDMI 2.0?

As I might be buying a 4K monitor later on, I would like to know:
Is the HDMI port on the MSI GTX 1050ti 4GB GDDR5 OC HDMI 2.0?

This is quite important as I want to have 4K resolution in 60hz.

Thanks to anyone who answers.
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  1. Are you only watching movies?
    Just get a regular 1050 if so.
    If you want to game at 4k, you'll need a 1080 for a decent experience.
    Reply to Chugalug_
  2. Chugalug_ said:
    Are you only watching movies?
    Just get a regular 1050 if so.
    If you want to game at 4k, you'll need a 1080 for a decent experience.


    Actually, I have the GTX 1050 ti already.
    I am just asking if the card supports HDMI 2.0 so I will not waste money on buying a monitor that cannot perform the best results as the GPU cannot support the HDMI 2.0 port.

    And also, I am just getting a 4K monitor for watching 4K videos. If I play games that supports 4K resolution, then I am just going to turn it down to maybe 1440p or 1080p as I want more FPS than better resolution.
    Still thanks for answering! :)
    Reply to RealJasonFong
  3. RealJasonFong said:
    Chugalug_ said:
    Are you only watching movies?
    Just get a regular 1050 if so.
    If you want to game at 4k, you'll need a 1080 for a decent experience.


    Actually, I have the GTX 1050 ti already.
    I am just asking if the card supports HDMI 2.0 so I will not waste money on buying a monitor that cannot perform the best results as the GPU cannot support the HDMI 2.0 port.

    And also, I am just getting a 4K monitor for watching 4K videos. If I play games that supports 4K resolution, then I am just going to turn it down to maybe 1440p or 1080p as I want more FPS than better resolution.
    Still thanks for answering! :)



    you would not be able to play any newer game at 1440p either with only a 1050 ti

    it is a beginner 1080p card


    it has HDMI 2.0b


    http://www.legitreviews.com/msi-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-4gb-geforce-gtx-1050-2gb-video-card-review_187298
    Reply to maxalge
  4. maxalge said:
    RealJasonFong said:
    Chugalug_ said:
    Are you only watching movies?
    Just get a regular 1050 if so.
    If you want to game at 4k, you'll need a 1080 for a decent experience.


    Actually, I have the GTX 1050 ti already.
    I am just asking if the card supports HDMI 2.0 so I will not waste money on buying a monitor that cannot perform the best results as the GPU cannot support the HDMI 2.0 port.

    And also, I am just getting a 4K monitor for watching 4K videos. If I play games that supports 4K resolution, then I am just going to turn it down to maybe 1440p or 1080p as I want more FPS than better resolution.
    Still thanks for answering! :)



    you would not be able to play any newer game at 1440p either with only a 1050 ti

    it is a beginner 1080p card

    I don't really care about resolution too much, so that will not really matter.
    I am just hoping to know if that GPU I listed up there supports HDMI 2.0 so I can watch some 4K videos.
    If it is a bit laggy it is still ok, as long as it will not freeze, then I am OK with it.
    Reply to RealJasonFong
  5. RealJasonFong said:
    maxalge said:
    RealJasonFong said:
    Chugalug_ said:
    Are you only watching movies?
    Just get a regular 1050 if so.
    If you want to game at 4k, you'll need a 1080 for a decent experience.


    Actually, I have the GTX 1050 ti already.
    I am just asking if the card supports HDMI 2.0 so I will not waste money on buying a monitor that cannot perform the best results as the GPU cannot support the HDMI 2.0 port.

    And also, I am just getting a 4K monitor for watching 4K videos. If I play games that supports 4K resolution, then I am just going to turn it down to maybe 1440p or 1080p as I want more FPS than better resolution.
    Still thanks for answering! :)



    you would not be able to play any newer game at 1440p either with only a 1050 ti

    it is a beginner 1080p card

    I don't really care about resolution too much, so that will not really matter.
    I am just hoping to know if that GPU I listed up there supports HDMI 2.0 so I can watch some 4K videos.
    If it is a bit laggy it is still ok, as long as it will not freeze, then I am OK with it.



    you should because it DIRECTLY affects fps in games

    see above HDMI 2.0b
    Reply to maxalge
  6. maxalge said:
    RealJasonFong said:
    maxalge said:
    RealJasonFong said:
    Chugalug_ said:
    Are you only watching movies?
    Just get a regular 1050 if so.
    If you want to game at 4k, you'll need a 1080 for a decent experience.


    Actually, I have the GTX 1050 ti already.
    I am just asking if the card supports HDMI 2.0 so I will not waste money on buying a monitor that cannot perform the best results as the GPU cannot support the HDMI 2.0 port.

    And also, I am just getting a 4K monitor for watching 4K videos. If I play games that supports 4K resolution, then I am just going to turn it down to maybe 1440p or 1080p as I want more FPS than better resolution.
    Still thanks for answering! :)



    you would not be able to play any newer game at 1440p either with only a 1050 ti

    it is a beginner 1080p card

    I don't really care about resolution too much, so that will not really matter.
    I am just hoping to know if that GPU I listed up there supports HDMI 2.0 so I can watch some 4K videos.
    If it is a bit laggy it is still ok, as long as it will not freeze, then I am OK with it.



    you should because it DIRECTLY affects fps in games

    see above HDMI 2.0b

    Sorry but
    it = ?
    Reply to RealJasonFong
  7. RealJasonFong said:

    Sorry but
    it = ?


    resolution
    Reply to maxalge
  8. It will support 4k content, yes.
    Only game at 1080p with it though.
    Reply to Chugalug_
  9. Chugalug_ said:
    It will support 4k content, yes.
    Only game at 1080p with it though.

    But will it support 4K 60hz?
    Reply to RealJasonFong
  10. Best answer
    ...........Yes.
    Reply to Chugalug_
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