Is there any Linux distributions that support HiDPI screens works out of the box?

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Good afternoon.

A ultrabook from ASUS with the matrix 11.6" and FullHD resolution. (About 190 DPI)
There is a desire to comfortably use GNU\\Linux, but until it fails...

Question: is there already distros which support HiDPI screens works out of the box?

That tried?
It seems like in Gnome 3.10, the HiDPI support implemented, put his usual OpenSuse 13.1 with Gnome, since he is just the version of 3.10 is out of the box masturbirovala does not work, try to find some crutches for changing DPI in gnome was not a success.

KDE 4.11 delivery of the same OpenSuse 13.1 from the box also did not atlastanatlas, but in the settings you can choose the DPI in the end, after raising the DPI and setting manually the size of the icons and panels fonts has increased, but the geometry window is not changed, the Windows are small, the text will not go in the frame... it looks awful...

With the latest XFCE the same story as with the sneakers in hand DPI fonts can be finished, but the Windows remain small, in the end everything looks terrible...

Does anyone have experience of solving such hotelok?
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The easiest way to start xorg with-dpi 190.
In the case of kde you edit the file /etc/kde4/kdm/kdmrc. Search for the string "ServerArgsLocal=-br-nolisten tcp" and add "-dpi 190".
In other environments is similar, only the configuration file tedious to find your. For example, for Ubuntu is /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf. In the zyuzya look for yourself, I am more than sure that there is this adjustment made in YaST.
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Try and use KDE. I also have a zenbook, while Kedmi best out.
Instructions for nastroike: https://community.kde.org/KDE/High-dpi_issues#How_...
Need gnome in dconf-editor to change org.gnome.desktop.interface.scaling-factor to 2 to enable hidpi mode. But I did not like, everything was too big. Here is the bug https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=720502
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I could be wrong, but I think Elementary supports out of the box. Read on their website.
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