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Journeyman III

get 2560 x 1440 resolution on A4-6320 APU with HD8370D graphics


I've just purchased a Philips 275E1S display, which is capable of a 2560 x 1440 resolution. I've connected the VGA video output from my MSI A68HM-P33 V2 (MS-7895) (P0) mainboard to the VGA input of the display and I can get up to 1920 x 1080.

Since the display has VGA, HDMI and DP inputs only, I'm wondering if I could obtain a 2560 x 1440 using either the vga cable or a DVI-to-HDMI adapter.

I've found a old thread where someone posted a link to a pixel clock patcher for AMD/ATI and I'd like to know if someone has successfully achieved what I'm trying to do, using that patch or any other trick.

Thank you.

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The maximum resolution from your Mobo VGA Port is 1920x1200@ 60Hz, 24bpp

The maximum resolution from your Mobo DVI Port is: 2560x1600@60Hz, 24bpp/ 1920x1200@60Hz, 24bpp

Seems like all DVI-HDMI only outputs Full HD 1080P resolutions.

According to this game site the Maximum Resolution for the HD8370D is 2560x1600:

Screenshot 2022-11-16 175131.png

he only adapter outputting DVI 2k are generally DP-DVI adapters.

So it seems like you are restricted to 2560x1600 output to your monitor if you are able to find a DVI-D - HDMI Adapter that will output that resolution.