Recently installed a new quality monitor capable of a screen resolution of 2560x1600 that replaced my old 1920x1200 monitor. The old Dual DVI-D cable was able to feed the old monitor perfectly with 1920x1200 @60Hz with 32 bit colors per pixel.
When however the new monitor now is connected at its own native resolution of 2560x1600 (or even 1920x1200) through the same Dual DVI-D cable of 1.8 meters, then all kinds of artifacts show up (see picture).
When however the refreshrate now is brought down to just 37 Hz, then the picture becomes perfectly sharp, without a single (sub)pixel defect. But I would like to have that sharp native resolution at 60Hz not 37 Hz. How to achieve that? is the monitor faulty or the cable?
And how is it possible that the same cable could feed the previous monitor with 1920x1200 perfectly, but not the new monitor with the same 1920x1200 resoluion without the image becoming artifacted?