Quote: Originally Posted by Indianatone
(snip)DisplayPort to VGA and DisplayPort to >>DVI-D (Dual Link) industry standard dongles will be tested for compatibility by NVIDIA as they become available
(color, font size, and bolding changed by me) Dual Link
DVI was used for high res (2560 X 1600) monitors before Display Port became available. (Dual link suggests 2 cables, but it's really one.) You might have gotten 2560 X 1440 if you had a DP to Dual Link
adapter. Apparently, you did not.
I write this to correct the impression some may have that you can't get the high-res graphics with DVI. You can, but a Dual Link capable card (and cable) are required.
DisplayPort is best for you, though: no adapters.