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Answer No this monitor is not compatible with Xbox one. The LG UltraFine 5K Display is a Thunderbolt display. The Thunderbolt signal must include at least one DisplayPort stream for 4K 60Hz or two DisplayPort streams for 5K. A Thunderbolt add-in card such as the GC-ALPINE RIDGE can convert DisplayPort into Thunderbolt, but the Xbox One does not produce DisplayPort. There are HDMI to DisplayPort adapters, but they currently work at only up to 4K 30Hz or 2560x1440 60Hz. Next year may see HDMI 2.0 to DisplayPort 1.2 adapters that support 4K 60Hz.
The LG UltraFine 5K display may support 2560x1440 60Hz, but I don't think the Xbox one can produce that (Microsoft said the Xbox One X will in the future). I'm not sure if the LG Ultrafine 5K supports 1080p. • Answered by Joseph V from Fort Langley • 13-Dec-2017 •.
My questions is, can you play with an xbox controllor connected to the xbox console, but a HDMI/AV cable or something like that, connect it and use the MacBook Air as a primary monitor? (i.e Instead of connecting the HDMI to a HDMI port in the TV, you can convert it into a USB/anything compatible with the MB Air and play FPS on it? My specs are: Processor 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5 Memory 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 Graphics Intel HD Graphics 3000 384 MB Software Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (11G63b) Will it be a high frame per second?
Or if your monitor has DVI you can get an HDMI to DVI cable and use that. That's what I use and it's a lot cheaper than the VGA cable. But you will have to get the separate audio dongle for sound.
And will it run smoothly? Thanks in advance. Since you would just be connecting it the computer specs mean nothing, it's still running on the xbox. FPS and such will NOT change due to the MacBook Air, period. The refresh rate on the monitor can limit it, but any refresh rate will make little difference since the Mac is no doubt at least 60hz.
As far as actually hooking it up to the macbook and getting it to play the xbox as a primary monitor good luck. Most ports on laptops are OUTPUT as far as video/audio are concerned.
So any HDMI input on your laptop won't actually work. There are some programs that may take the USB, but they will cost money, also a tv tuner card may work, I'm sure there's some external USB ones somewhere. That would be about your only options.