Ok so different way of achieving the same thing? I just got my Dell P2715Q, displayPort didn't work on mine but I think it's a problem with the port on my Gigabyte Brix. Should be here in the next day or so - I'll post whether or not it works. If you do find a solution with your Mac that makes this monitor work properly I will be happy to learn about it. It's also much thinner and lighter than the old behemoth, albeit with a smaller screen. Choosing to Buy Now or Later In most scenarios, buy later.
I don't plan on unplugging it every time I want to use my computer. It was amazing, well under El-Capitan anyway! All of the monitors do flicker with the afflicted MacBook Pro if tested with the same or differing cables. Does anyone else have this problem? See attached image for info about what I have tried. This model can also drive one 5K display when connected with two Thunderbolt cables. The Dell comes calibrated, and with documentation for each display.
I keep hoping that we each new beta Apple will resolve the problem, but I'm not holding my breath. It offers a nice boost in screen real estate from what I had. Photos in Lightroom look stunning. About the only thing I have not done is a reboot. That would be an awesome Christmas gift. I have a brand new Mac Pro and I know this thing can push 4K 60 Hz.
I'm now in the camp that Apple have abandoned us with the trash can MacPro. Later, i read this: So it seems that this adapter do not work with DisplayPort or MiniDisplayPort displays. My bro's monitor does the same, I think Dell dropped the ball on this chipset. It only worked a few reboots, after wards no matter what I try, it will not work. Is the custom color profile on the monitor the factory calibration? These monitors do work display port to mini display port. Could you share what your exact cable and set up is? With a refresh rate of 60Hz, excellent viewing angles, and a designated gaming mode, this is a solid all-around monitor for most people.
These settings work well, the Surface Pro 3 is unable to refresh faster than 50Hz at this resolution. Side question, I have a CalDigit Thunderbolt station original. Dell P2715Q is my second monitor from Dell and I can understand why Dell is still on top of monitor manufacturers for years. I'm desperate, I need to connect the P2715Q to work. Unless you do this the monitor locks in at 2K 60Hz and to be honest it does not display a nice picture at this resolution. Hi, Did you manage to make it work? As soon as they ensured it was, it evidently has a detent or something you have to push past , it worked.
I apologize for being a little sloppy-- some combinations work, though not all. This model can also drive one 5K display with two Thunderbolt cables. We are reddit's community of Mac users, enthusiasts, and experts. Yosemite simply isn't suitable for non retina like displays. Native Retina display can be used simultaneously with he 2 x 4K monitors or be off without changing the issue. It seems like the Dell P2715Q is the way to go.
Back up all data before making any changes. I'd much prefer to purchase a 4K monitor anyway, especially as long as I keep monitors. Do be aware that you need a recent video card to drive this panel. And as reported by others in this thread, I believe , at the same screen size, 2560x1440 scaled on a 4K monitor looks better than the same resolution on a native 2560x1440 monitor. This behavior persists regardless of the choice of scaling.
Yes, I do - I'll edit my post. DisplayPort-to-Mini DisplayPort cable included in the box. I would be interested in hearing your experience so far. The design is outdated in my opinion as we can see thick bezels around the screen with physical buttons…. This weekend I will take the iMac to the Apple store to see what they got to say about it.