Question Card for 5120x1440 -- GeForce 750 Ti?

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Will a GeForce 750 Ti work with a Samsung Odyssey G9 (49" at 5120x1440)?

I currently run a 3840x2160 monitor at 30Hz with the 750 Ti. Will that card work at 5120x1440, which is 11% fewer pixels, but a different aspect ratio? The 750 Ti
is rated for a maximum of 4096x2160, which is 20% more pixels.

I am strictly a productivity user -- no gaming, but some photo and video editing.
 
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Can you parse a link tot he GPU you have at your disposal? The specs to the GTX750Ti say you can go to those resolutions(although not the horizontal res but vertical res), but probably not at that frequency. Might want to read through this thread. Mind sharing the app's you use for your work without stating an etc in that sentence?
Thanks for the quick reply!

I'm afraid I'm having trouble interpreting the spec sheet.

The spec sheet gives maximum digital resolution as 4096x2160, which seems to specify maximum horizontal and vertical resolution separately. Or does that mean that it supports 4096*2160 = 8.8e6 pixels, regardless of aspect ratio?

It also doesn't seem to specify the refresh rate, but if I understand the thread you pointed to correctly, that is limited by the connection technology. I am currently using HDMI (that's all the Seiki 39" monitor supports), but the EVGA 750Ti supports DP out (version unspecified).

I spend 95% of my days in a Chrome, in Zoom, or in an IDE. Occasional photo editing in Lightroom and very occasional video editing with Vegas. No games.
 

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