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Untel HD Graphics and 24.1" 1900X1200 LCD

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June 6, 2014 4:35:06 AM

Hi I Just bought the LCD I mentioned above , However The Resolution wont go above 1920 x 1080 and I have black spaces to the sides and above , the LCD won't max out.
Do I need a dedicated video card?
June 6, 2014 4:53:14 AM

It also depends on which cable you're using, with a single-link DVI cable you'll get 1920x1200 from this igpu. Though it may be limited to maybe 1080p resolutions on some factory built pc's and maybe some mobos? not sure about the last part.

if you have black bars in the sides, it's not running the 1920 pixels either, or you may just have to overscale the image to actually fit your screen (had to do this on my screen too).
If you just plain can't apply a 1920x1200 resolution with a cable that you've ensured to have a max resolution of 1920x1200 or higher, then you should get a program called CRU (custom resolution utility), it let's you set custom resolutions and refresh rates on your monitor (you shouldn't touch any of the refresh rate stuff), there you could set a option for 1920x1200.
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June 6, 2014 5:16:30 AM

NiCoM said:
It also depends on which cable you're using, with a single-link DVI cable you'll get 1920x1200 from this igpu. Though it may be limited to maybe 1080p resolutions on some factory built pc's and maybe some mobos? not sure about the last part.

if you have black bars in the sides, it's not running the 1920 pixels either, or you may just have to overscale the image to actually fit your screen (had to do this on my screen too).
If you just plain can't apply a 1920x1200 resolution with a cable that you've ensured to have a max resolution of 1920x1200 or higher, then you should get a program called CRU (custom resolution utility), it let's you set custom resolutions and refresh rates on your monitor (you shouldn't touch any of the refresh rate stuff), there you could set a option for 1920x1200.


CRU didn't work and yes I don't have 1900X1200 Option , Please Help
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June 6, 2014 5:34:58 AM

NiCoM said:
It also depends on which cable you're using, with a single-link DVI cable you'll get 1920x1200 from this igpu. Though it may be limited to maybe 1080p resolutions on some factory built pc's and maybe some mobos? not sure about the last part.

if you have black bars in the sides, it's not running the 1920 pixels either, or you may just have to overscale the image to actually fit your screen (had to do this on my screen too).
If you just plain can't apply a 1920x1200 resolution with a cable that you've ensured to have a max resolution of 1920x1200 or higher, then you should get a program called CRU (custom resolution utility), it let's you set custom resolutions and refresh rates on your monitor (you shouldn't touch any of the refresh rate stuff), there you could set a option for 1920x1200.

ok I unlocked the LCD and now I only have think black spaces to sides on 1080p , how to set 1900 X 1200
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June 6, 2014 5:38:22 AM

CRU didn't work, did it say "invalid input" or something like that, or was the setting still missing?
If it's the last one, then you should try again maybe use a guide this time, and remember the settings is first added after you restart your pc.

Or maybe you should change to another type of signal output, if your mobo has any other outputs.
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June 6, 2014 8:57:53 AM

NiCoM said:
CRU didn't work, did it say "invalid input" or something like that, or was the setting still missing?
If it's the last one, then you should try again maybe use a guide this time, and remember the settings is first added after you restart your pc.

Or maybe you should change to another type of signal output, if your mobo has any other outputs.


Thanks for all the help mate , The LCD was damaged and corrupted , It had multiple issues , damn my 900p 16:9 LCD feels way better , so I returned it.
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