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Hi,

I recently bought a Dell U2711H. I'm using DVI-D to connect it to my motherboard. The BIOS and bootloader are all displayed fine until I get into the login screen, and then it starts showing multiple screens with interlaced lines across the monitor.

I still have a 1080p monitor on hand, but I'd to be using this ASAP.

I would appreciate some help!

Ash.
 
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It would help if you posted your hardware info.. With that said if you are using onboard GFX it won't support 2560x1440, you'll need a suitable GFX card.
 
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HI,

Yes I'm only using the built in Intel HD 4000. Is there a cheap card you could suggest that will get this working.

Cheers for the help.
 
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Not true! intel HD4000 can easily drive an 2560 x 1440 display! Use the display port! Atleast that is what i've heard! If your monitor doesn't support displayport it is very easy to get an adapter! :) IT WILL COST YOU LIKE 5 BUCKS!
 
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Not true! intel HD4000 can easily drive an 2560 x 1440 display! Use the display port! Atleast that is what i've heard! If your monitor doesn't support displayport it is very easy to get an adapter! :) IT WILL COST YOU LIKE 5 BUCKS!
What you heard? Doesn't work here...
 
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Hd4000 should support 2560x1440 over display port.

Are you using a regular DVI cable or a dual-link DVI cable? 1920x1200 is the highest you'll get out of HDMI or single-DVI
 
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Not true! intel HD4000 can easily drive an 2560 x 1440 display! Use the display port! Atleast that is what i've heard! If your monitor doesn't support displayport it is very easy to get an adapter! :) IT WILL COST YOU LIKE 5 BUCKS!

I can confirm 2560 x 1440 resolution from HD4000, but you must use displayport or dual-link DVI. I currently run it from the Thunderbolt port (mini-displayport) on my GA-Z77-UP5 TH.

-bth
 
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