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Problems with USB-C when running Windows 10 in Bootcamp.
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2018
I bought this for a 2016 MacBook Pro that has a 4GB Radeon Pro 460 (and the integrated Intel HD Graphics 530 w/ 1536MB). When I'm in MacOS, High Sierra, it works perfectly. Plug in the supplied USB-C cable and boom: beautiful picture. The problem is that I also run Windows 10 through Bootcamp. When I boot into Windows 10, the monitor will not run at full resolution over the USB-C connection. Windows throws an error "The system has detected a link failure and cannot set the requested resolution and refresh rate..." I spent several hours trying to debug this issue. I installed the monitor drivers from Dell, resetting the SMC, and eventually contacting Dell support. They told me (and this is a quote), "It’s a plug and play device so the problem isn’t ours. You have to contact Mac support." Maybe they're right. Who knows. However, it seems to be a Windows/driver issue to me, given that it works find in MacOS.
In Windows, it works at the proper resolution and refresh rate when connected via HDMI. I'm going to do a little more troubleshooting before returning it. I'm pretty disappointed.