Cable changed to branded with gold connectors and monitors swapped out with another P2715Q pair to no effect. Do be aware that you need a recent video card to drive this panel. The only downsides are that this monitor is not particular stylish, it's the simple Dell standard look. They certainly look nice when working. Besides this one headache, the monitor is great - but if I have to, I may just purchase another secondary display.
It's also much thinner and lighter than the old behemoth, albeit with a smaller screen. If you're able to get smooth performance at 60Hz then whatever you're doing seems like it might be a viable workaround for now. The variation in the flicker profile between them has led me to wonder if there is a driver issue or a batch issue with the T-Bolt port on a subset of MacBook Pros. DisplayPort-to-Mini DisplayPort cable included in the box. Choosing to Buy Now or Later In most scenarios, buy later.
As soon as they ensured it was, it evidently has a detent or something you have to push past , it worked. Weirdly, the second MacBook Pro does not flicker but does get odd graphical issues such as random window alignment where the window get moved off screen and can only be recovered by changing resolution on the affected monitor and then changing it back. Think I saw a reference to force it back earlier in the thread. Yosemite simply isn't suitable for non retina like displays. They were working ok for a while. I'm specifically thinking about the Mac Pro in this context as they have never included Intel graphics.
Both the Mac and all displays in the chain must support DisplayPort 1. I actually am glad I have the list of resolutions. Monitor menu show 3840x2160 60Hz. Wireless service voice and data required and is additional. Has anyone else encountered this issue or not with this setup or other 4K display? Most early 2011 to mid 2013 Macs use first-generation Thunderbolt, which supports DisplayPort 1.
The construction of the monitor feels pretty cheap, which is one of my downsides. Connected using DisplayPort directly from the laptop. Its hard to answer your question objectively as we've placed the desks and displays so that they're not affected adversely by lighting. Can people really see the distinction between 4K and 5K? Dell told us the same thing when we called support and we have the good support where I work , and we still never succeeded in making them work. Back up all data before making any changes.
The reason I ask is that for some reason the Dell Display Manager software that came with the monitor doesn't recognise the monitor as being a Dell product. Hi, i have a new iMac 2017 and i plan to connect a second display, Dell P2715Q The P2715Q on my MacbookPro is connected via Display Port to Mini Display Port, but i bought the Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter but the P2715Q is not recognized by the iMac. Never had an issue on El Capitan. This display is simply a stunning display when it is turned on. Besides, I appreciate that Dell uses a matte display with anti-glare coating, it helps me see the content clearly in a bright room and the viewing angle is pretty wide as well. I also tried connecting the iMac to another monitor, and still nothing.
It was amazing, well under El-Capitan anyway! Ok so different way of achieving the same thing? Every time I tried multiple time with each usb-c cable or tb2 cable + tb3 adapter the cable was properly pluged in. I can swivel the display to the left or right on the base, tilt it up or down, change the height, or even rotate it 90 degrees to change to portrait orientation. I own, and use, two Dell P2715Q displays - the included cable generally suffices, and I used a few aftermarket cables but had lag issues. All of the monitors do flicker with the afflicted MacBook Pro if tested with the same or differing cables. Thank you very much for your help.
Seeing how we are forced to use non-Apple monitors to get 4K, I'm not optimistic on Apple fixing this. Re: the possibility of hardware failure, I have AppleCare but have not pursued as yet as I was hoping for software fix or 10. The image quality is phenomenal. I can live with it, happens maybe once a week. I would suggest consulting: 2 What resolution will be able to achieve? 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.