Quote: Originally Posted by Zepher
this is the specs from your card,
HDMI® (With 3D, Deep Color and x.v.Color™)
- Max resolution: 1920x1200
I know that. But it only applies to DVI connections.
You haven't posted the screenshots from CCC on your machine that I requested, confirming or denying that your two Westinghouse monitors are actually being treated as if they were on a DVI connection, with the fact that they're HDMI being masked from your video card and Windows by the DVI-to-HDMI adapter cable.
I really do want to see what CCC says your monitors are connected as, just like my screenshots reveal.
You have to set it to 1920x1200 since your monitor is not reporting itself properly.
If you would like to tell me where I'm supposed to do this, I will be glad to try. You need to post a screenshot if you're providing instructions to do something, as a picture is worth 1000 words and the words you're using don't seem consistent with what I know to be true on my own machine. You need to make your case and convince me with pictures, so that I see what you're talking about on your machine and can investigate on my machine.
In particular, when changing the resolution on the Eizo when it is in DVI mode, the available choices go all the way up to 1920x1200 as you'd expect:
But when trying to change the resolution on the Eizo when it is in HDMI mode, the available choices only go up to 1920x1080 as I have said:
So there is no way for me to manually specify any resolution higher than what is presented to me in that slider. And since the Eizo in HDMI mode says "1920x1080" is the maximum resolution I can support, that's what's shown in the slider.
If there is some other place I should be going to change resolution beyond that, please tell me what it is (and/or post a screenshot). But if the monitor can only accept up to 1920x1080 while in HDMI mode (just as it has already announced), what good could possibly come from trying to feed it 1920x1200???
SHOW ME IN PICTURES WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO.