Intel HD Graphics 530 cannot detect 2560x1440

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  1. michaelmk86

    michaelmk86 Master Guru

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    It only goes up to 1920x1080 and don't have an option for the native res of my monitor(2560x1440)

    I have try DVI-D and HDMI cables but the resolution list only goes up to 1920x1080.
    HD530 driver is up to date, as well as the motherboard bios.
    Also if I try to set 2560x1440 via custom resolution (from intel HD graphics control panel) I get a message that say the custom resolution exceeds the maximum bandwidth capacity.
     
  2. airbud7

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    does it work with the 390?/ or is this a new setup?
     
  3. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    Try creating 2560x1440@60hz with CRU and see it works.
     
  4. RealNC

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    I think Intel 530 might not support DL-DVI, and the old HDMI port provided is probably not enough for this resolution. Only DisplayPort would work.

    Does the monitor have displayport? If not, you might need a dp to dvi-d or dp to hdmi cable.
     
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2017

  5. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    DVI and HDMI on the Intels are only capable of 1080p. The IGP can do 2560x1440, but you need DisplayPort.
     
  6. Only Intruder

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    Not even with a dual-link DVI cable? What about using CRU to overclock the bandwidth?
     
  7. RealNC

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    I don't think DL DVI is supported.


    The mode is already there, you don't need CRU to add it.
     
  8. Agent-A01

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    You need display port..

    Or use display port > DVI-D adapter.
     
  9. michaelmk86

    michaelmk86 Master Guru

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    I will try that and I will report back.
    of course it worked with the 390 however my 390 decided to die after 20 months, so for now I am using the crappy iGPU until my new gpu arrives.



    btw the DVI-D cable that I am using is dual link, and my monitor is Dell U2713HM

    Anybody here have any experience with sapphire RMA?

    Also what displayport cable should I buy?
     
  10. RealNC

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    That doesn't matter if only single-link DVI is supported. The extra link in the cable goes unused by the Intel chip.

    A cable supporting at least DP 1.2 should work.
     

  11. rm082e

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    I had a similar problem with my work laptop. The really weird thing is, if I start the laptop with the lid open and connected with an HDMI cable to my 1440p screen, I get the standard 900p res. After getting to the login screen, if I close the lid until it snaps, it will automatically adjust the resolution to 2560x1440. I have no idea why.

    But at work I have a pair of 30" 1600p monitors, and it took getting DisplayPort cables hooked up to my docking station to run them at native res.
     
  12. michaelmk86

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    Why at least DP 1.2? from what I can see DP 1.0–1.1 support 2560×1440 60hz
     
  13. RealNC

    RealNC Maha Guru

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    I didn't look it up. I listed the safe option :p
     
  14. michaelmk86

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    I connected with the displayport cable and now it works at 2560x1440 60hz!!!
     

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