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Hello, I just bought a new computer but impossible to have 1440p (max at 1080p).

YJaca
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YJaca
Beginner
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My HDMI cable is 2.0 and everything should be 1440p ready (every drivers are installed) on a fresh Windows 10).

My screen is an Iiyama pl2779q (always used at 1440p before).

I join my "System Support Utility" TXT file.

 

Thank you very much for your answer.

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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I suggest you talk to your motherboard manufacturer. They are responsible for the level of support provided by the HDMI connector provided on your motherboard.

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YJaca
Beginner
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Thanks for your answer.

They certified me that the motherboard was 4K 60fps ready.

 

That's really weird... i tried everything. Even tried an other HDMI cable (one i use everyday at 4K).

 

I re-installed Windows... nothing better.

It's exactly like if my sceen wasn't able to do more than 1080p.

YJaca
Beginner
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Ok, i understand now.

 

I always used that screen with DisplayPort but no DisplayPort on this motherboard.

And i just learn that, my screen is 1080p only with HDMI *_* and 1440p with DVI and DisplayPort.

 

Thank you for you answer, have a good day.

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