Question Will my notebook be able to project to monitor

Jun 1, 2018
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Hey guys, so I want to get a bigger screen compared to the ntbk's 15.6" display and I've been wondering if my notebook will be able to run normally and without lags when I plug in a 24" full hd monitor. I dont know how many of the ntbk's power it would take so I'm asking before possibly buying it.
CPU Intel Core i7 8750H Coffee Lake
GPU NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
RAM 8GB DDR4
HDD 1TB + 16GB Intel Optane.
thank you.
 
Mar 5, 2019
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I'm sorry, I meant performance of the notebook, if it'll be able to run everything smoothly even with the projection
No worries, if you plan on gaming on it it shouldn't be an issue anyway, you can still disable you laptop's screen via the projection settings in the lower right corner of your screen if that bothers your mind. In my experience the performance never really degraded much to be noticeable.
 

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