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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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I was able to get this working using a combination of @kenny-trytek 's answer above and setting up auto login. I think the VNC resolution only gets set for the current user, so setting up auto-login ensures that this user has an open session. Setup auto login https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/324737 Next, in the users Start Up folder provide a ...


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Open Terminal app and run this command: system_profiler SPDisplaysDataType. You will see output that looks like this: $ system_profiler SPDisplaysDataType Graphics/Displays: Intel Iris Graphics 6100: Chipset Model: Intel Iris Graphics 6100 Type: GPU Bus: Built-In VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 1536 MB Vendor: Intel (0x8086) ...


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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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I spend 2 hour to solve similar problem and problem was in vga cable. Replace vga cable I can change resolution to 1920x1080 without using xrandr or xorg it's very strange.


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Think about how big you want to print it. Printer resolution is usually 300 pixels per inch (ppi aka dpi). So if you want to print it with a size of 1inch x 1 inch, you use the the file export dialogue (Shift+Ctrl+E) and set width and height to 300 . Alternatively, if you created the image in the size, it should be printed (or just scale everything ...


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What is the OS you are using? Windows, Linux, macOS? As I have just bought my first 4k monitor for my Macbook. Yes, for macOS it by default use 4 pixels to display as 1 pixel, so as a result by default it will yield 1920x1080 working space. If you want only 1920x1080 of working space, I suggest you buy just 24-inch 4k monitor as 27-inch will result in ...


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Windows is built to be run on multiple hardware configurations. Therefore there are just basic drivers for graphic cards because it would take to much space to contain all relevant drivers. To switch resolutions that are different from the "standard" you will have to install the drivers from your graphics card's manufacturer.


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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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Ended up figuring it out thanks to Curtis. I used Display Changer to get the displays to, well, change. The batch files call I wrote a python script that makes two batch files, and decides which to run based on the number in state.txt. #matthew blaire #6/29/2016 import os from subprocess import call userpath = os.path.expanduser("~/...


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The 'maximum' resolution you can do with DSR seems to be linked to your maximum resolution, and 4x that of whatever your screen is. That said, there's no way a 620 can run 4k + good/ultra settings. Practically, a better card might be on the cards, and I'm baffled to how this even works. Your graphics card isn't nearly anywhere powerful enough for high ...


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You can do this using Display Changer from here. You will want to look at the -left | -right | -top | -bottom | -above | -below parameters. I took this answer from a similar question: Change Display Arrangement via Batch/Command Line on Windows 7 if it doesn't work, their are other answers you may want to look into.



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