William 'MindWorX' Mariager
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accepted LG W3000H Native Resolution
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comment LG W3000H Native Resolution
Alright, just hooked it up with a Dual Link cable instead. It now allows me to enter the higher resolution, but still shows only 1280x800 as the native resolution. However, when viewing text on the screen, it doesn't appear to do any apparent scaling. The text stays crips clean at the 2560x1600 resolution. I wonder if this is because it has two native resolutions, which may not be supported properly.
Aug
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comment LG W3000H Native Resolution
I just checked the cable, and indeed, that seems to be the problem. I was using an older DVI cable. I thought they were the exact same, but it appears I was using a Single Link cable. I'm hooking up the monitor now, and will mark as answer once I've tested it.
Aug
22
comment LG W3000H Native Resolution
I have a GeForce GTX 285, which according to nvidia supports 2560x1600. Could it be some sort of malfunction then? What's important right now is, that I need to know that the monitor supports 2560x1600 natively, and not just upscaled 1280x800, because if it doesn't support it natively, then I need to return it within 14 days, so I can get a monitor that does.
Aug
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comment LG W3000H Native Resolution
See the comment on my question.
Aug
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comment LG W3000H Native Resolution
I have an GeForce GTX 285, which according to nvidia, supports 2560x1600.
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asked LG W3000H Native Resolution