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Resolution problem (max resolution: 1024x768)

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by CloufFive5, Jan 3, 2018.

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  1. CloufFive5

    CloufFive5 Thread Starter

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    Hey, recently i got a brand new GTX 1050 ti, and i knew it wouldn't have a VGA connector, so i purchased HDMI to VGA. I just installed the graphics card and installed its drivers everything. drivers seem to be working fine but max resolution is 1024x768, i even restarted the PC and tried reinstalling the graphics driver multiple times. But i'm still thinking it might be because of the HDMI to VGA adapter's fault



    What are your thoughts about this?

    My monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 920N 1280x1024 60Hz



    Here's a pic of the adapter

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  2. dmccoy

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    Look at the specs of the adapter or supply make and model so we can.
     
  3. flavallee

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    That's a standard screen(not a widescreen) 19" LCD monitor, so its native resolution is 1280 X 1024.

    Does that GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphic card have a DVI port?
    If it does, a DVI-To-VGA adapter should work fine.

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