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VGA is an analogue standard which tends (in my experience) to look less sharp than a digital connection such as HMDI, DVI or displayport. So from a quality point of view, you may be better switching to HDMI. I don't believe that VGA vs HMDI will affect the framerate. Your performance issues are more likely to be affected by your screen resolution settings. ...


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I figured it out by myself after reading a dozen of retarded answers from people all proclaiming that they have knowledge, and know what they are talking about. They all said no it cannot be done, but one guy posted this: Running on an Asus Motherboard, Go to Bios -> Advanced -> System Agent Configuration -> Enable both integrated graphics and GPU -> set ...


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Most motherboards disable the onboard graphics when an external graphics card is detected. In most cases, there is no way to enable the embedded graphics with a external GPU installed. Your best bet is to drive both monitors off of the graphics card, if that isn't possible, you will most likely have to replace the graphics card. This post and the ...


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Yes you can. You can use a most generic DP to DP cable to connect to one of the DisplayPorts 2, or a DP to mini-DP cable to Mini DisplayPort port(s) 1, or even a passive DP to HDMI cable to one of the HDMI ports 2 (since HDMI 1.3 supports up to 2560x1600@60Hz, which is the optimal mode of Dell U2715H). EDIT: FWIW, one of the DisplayPorts 2 of U2715H is ...


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very likely yes! the internal Intel graphics supports it. # of Displays Supported: 3


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As I can see on your photo, the resolution seems to be correct. You have to realign the picture on the monitor device. Often called "adjust" See the manual on how to do this. (It says Button 2 is a shortcut for auto adjust)


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DVI-VGA converter might be bad or cables not 100% properly connected into it (look for bent pins). Try replacing it. This is likely the issue. Make sure your graphics card is securely plugged in and set properly in the case. Try switching cables. Try connecting to an alternate monitor. Try moving graphics card to another x16 slot of your motherboard has ...



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