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New monitor not displaying at Max Resolution


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maddog10

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I've bought a new monitor and hooked it up to my old PC, but the max resolution I can get it to display using the operation system setting is 1920x1080 60hz, but it does not fill the entire screen. The specs for the graphics card says it should display a larger resolution. Can anyone help?

 

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Monitor - Dell U2417H

Mobo - A55BM-K

Graphics - AMD Radeon HD 7480D

          Max Res - 2560x1600 @ 60Hz
          D-sub - 1920x1600 @ 60hz

RAM - 8GB

 

Now the monitor has HDMI, DP and mDP ports and the graphics vga and DVI-D(Dual Link). I've connected them using a DVI-D(Single Link) to HDMI cable.


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Hello maddog10


Might be help here,

https://www.amd.com/...t/kb/faq/dh-022

First I would look under the topic on the link above.

Adjusting the Image Using HDMI Scaling
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Its my dads pc so I will try that, but I don't get out there all that often. Would there be anything I could try if that does not work. Thinking ahead to try and reduce the back and forth visits.


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I'm sorry but I do not have any other ideas after trying this. I have seen this work for more then several people.

Thanks
Joe :)
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