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3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor family (Intel® HD graphics 4000 / 2500) supports the following resolutions. DisplayPort* 1.2 / eDP*  H-Processors: 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz (Ultra-HD)  U-Processors: 3200 x 2000 @ 60 Hz, 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz  Y-Processors: 2560 x 1600 @ 60 Hz  DVI: 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz ...


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Those are usually pre-defined installed machines, you should see if there are GPOs running on the start-up, who checks the resolution of the screen, perhaps they are running too late or the machine is busy with other processes. Or try the Web version and check if the problem persist.


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Looking by eye is never a good way to know for sure. The most probable cause is that VSync is enabled, which locks the FPS to 60hz, not 40. In order to know for sure, either use a program such as FRAPS that uses overlay to display the FPS or search for the console command to show the fps, such as c_drawfps 1 If your game truly only shows around 40 FPS, ...


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The answer is that there is no proper solution to make your video look good. It went wrong during the shooting of the video. In the future, never film vertically and you should have no problems at all. There are three options: You can stretch the video (which looks bad) You crop the video, getting rid of part of the top and/or part of the bottom of the ...


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I know this is an old one but I just had the same problem with the same TV. Plugging the TV into HDMI 2 immediately solved all the problems. I've read somewhere before that if you call the HDMI channel "PC" or something, TV's are smart enough to know to do something different than a standard STB with overscan settings (and I noticed they changed too) and ...



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