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Windows 7: screen resolution


26 Mar 2011   #1
Aravintharajan

windows 7
 
 
screen resolution

is maximum screen resolution depends on monitor or whether i ve to put graphic card to increase resolution???????


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26 Mar 2011   #2
Orbital Shark

 
 

It's dependent in both Monitor, the Graphics Card is limited by the max resolution that the monitor can handle.
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26 Mar 2011   #3
Aravintharajan

windows 7
 
 

my case i dont ve a graphic card!!!!!!mine s a samsung 20 inch led monitor can u say me the maximum screen resolution plz!!!!!
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27 Mar 2011   #4
C32C3

Win7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Orbital Shark View Post
It's dependent in both Monitor, the Graphics Card is limited by the max resolution that the monitor can handle.
You are saying that the obtainable resolution is dependent on both the graphics card and the monitor?

Therefore, when a person purchases a graphics card he should have in mind the size of his monitor? That sounds logical.

I have a Nvidia GTS450 and my monitor is a 32" Bravia.

But what do you do when you have an onboard graphics card which is apparently what Aravintharajan has?
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01 Apr 2011   #5
Aravintharajan

windows 7
 
 

Quote:
But what do you do when you have an onboard graphics card which is apparently what Aravintharajan has?
it is a inbuild 256mb graphic memory which comes with my processor core 2 duo!!!!!
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01 Apr 2011   #6
Orbital Shark

 
 

If you could provide the make/model of the monitor we can give you the full hardware specification of it, including maximum resolution.
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01 Apr 2011   #7
Mike Connor

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

The on-board graphics will support any monitor for which an interface is available, ( Usually an analog or VGA plug).

You can set the resolution for anything the monitor is capable of, but the recommended maximum is the best.



If you try to use some videos or games etc. In full resolution, on a large monitor, using many of the available on-board graphics chips, then you will have problems, because the graphics chip is not powerful enough.

Getting the best display on your monitor

Regards....Mike Connor
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01 Apr 2011   #8
alphanumeric
Microsoft MVP

Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by C32C3 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Orbital Shark View Post
It's dependent in both Monitor, the Graphics Card is limited by the max resolution that the monitor can handle.
You are saying that the obtainable resolution is dependent on both the graphics card and the monitor?

Therefore, when a person purchases a graphics card he should have in mind the size of his monitor? That sounds logical.

I have a Nvidia GTS450 and my monitor is a 32" Bravia.

But what do you do when you have an onboard graphics card which is apparently what Aravintharajan has?
It doesn't really matter if its built in or a dedicated card, what you need to know is it's maximum supported resolution and what type of connector it has. Then when you buy your monitor you make sure that its native resolution is supported by the video card and it has a matching video connector. If the two don't match your picture quality will suffer. You can usually get away with it on a CRT monitor but LCD monitors are not so forgiving. If you are going to go big screen you more than likely want to get a good dedicated video card with lots of onboard RAM.
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02 Apr 2011   #9
Aravintharajan

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Orbital Shark View Post
If you could provide the make/model of the monitor we can give you the full hardware specification of it, including maximum resolution.
it is Samsung 2030 monitor lcd
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02 Apr 2011   #10
neo101

WIN7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Your Samsung monitor 'native resolution' setup would be

1600 X 900 at 60hz in Win7

You get two monitor drivers from Samsung.
If you have connected with the DVi lead - use the 'digital' samsung monitor driver.
VGA lead = analogue driver


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Panel/Display Type LCD Viewable Size 20" Brightness 250cd/m Contrast Ratio 1000:1; 50,000:1 (Dynamic) Viewing Angle 170 horizontal, 160 vertical Pixel Dot Pitch 0.2768mm Response Time 5ms Panel Life Not Specified by Manufacturer Colors Supported 16.7 million Signal Internal Interface Analog/Digital Frequency Horizontal: 30-81kHz
Vertical: 56-75Hz Sync Type Separate H/V Sync, Composite, SOG Resolution 1600 x 900 Input/Output Connectors Analog 1x VGA Digital 1x DVI Audio Input None Headphone Jack None Hub Ports No Speakers None Mount Desktop: Yes
Wall-Mount: Yes, VESA 75mm Controls Buttons Not Specified by Manufacturer On-Screen Display Yes Auto Configuration Yes Touch Screen No Tilt/Swivel Range Tilt: 0-20
Swivel: None
Pivot: None
Height: None Security Kensington Security Slot Compliant Standards ENERGY STAR System Requirements Computer with DVI or VGA output Power Requirements AC: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
Consumption: 25W (On), < 0.3W (Standby) Environmental Requirements Operating
Temperature: 50-104F (10-40C)
Humidity: 10-80%, non-condensing

Storage
Temperature: -4-113F (-20-45C)
Humidity: 5-95%, non-condensing Dimensions (WxHxD) With Stand: 19.4 x 15.6 x 7" (49.2 x 17.8 x 39.6cm)
Without Stand: 19.4 x 13 x 2.7" (49.2 x 33 x 7cm) Weight 9 lb (4.1kg)
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