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Cannot enable Full HD BIOS for Gigabyte motherboard

Online I always see the BIOS for new Gigabyte boards running in Full HD mode, but I can't seem to enable it. I'm using a 1920 x 1200 display via HDMI but the option is grayed out. The Resolution Toggle says that Full HD is not available for my current configuration, which doesn't make sense to me. My motherboard is GA-Z87X-UD4H, any suggestions?
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  1. did you use external vga?
  2. BerylLee said:
    did you use external vga?


    Well my I use my GPU but my integrated graphics are still enabled. I use them for a second monitor so I don't want to disable them. My default graphics display is my graphics card (PCIe x16).
  3. What's your primary graphics display in the BIOS, is it the on-board or PCI-E
  4. Tradesman1 said:
    What's your primary graphics display in the BIOS, is it the on-board or PCI-E


    PCI-E
  5. and what is your gpu model?
  6. BerylLee said:
    and what is your gpu model?


    ASUS GTX 770 Direct CU II OC. Honestly can't understand why it's happening. I've double-checked that the "initial display" is set to my "PCIe1" slot.
  7. Tried different cable?
  8. and i forgot to ask did you use toggle button F6 to switch the monitor resolution yet? How is it?
  9. BerylLee said:
    and i forgot to ask did you use toggle button F6 to switch the monitor resolution yet? How is it?


    I did try the Resolution Toggle button. When I do, the screen flashes and a message shows saying that Full HD isn't supported in my configuration. I will try DVI again and see how that works out.
  10. if only connecting graphics card, does it work?
    if only connecting onboard graphics, does it work?
  11. yshuwen521 said:
    if only connecting graphics card, does it work?
    if only connecting onboard graphics, does it work?


    Tried both, with both HDMI and DVI. Same result. :\
  12. so you may look for gigabyte official support to check if there is updated bios for your checking.
  13. I am having the same problem, just wondering if you'd found a solution yet?
  14. Same issue here, GA has no solution to offer ...
    Anybody found a solution ?
  15. Best answer
    I found the solution for me was that although the bios date was relatively recent it was before the release of my graphics card. I have a gtx 770, I updated the bios and it worked.
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