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RDutt9
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What can I do to get a 1440 resolution (max I am getting is 1080) on desktop with 4400 graphics and

I have an HP desktop with Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4130 CPU @ 3.40GHz, 3400 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s) and with Intel HD Graphics 4400. This desktop has Usb3.0 port, VDA and Dlink ports but no HDMI. I have a monitor that can display upto 2560/1440, but the max I am getting is 1080p. What can I do to get the 1440 resolution? Update the graphics card? Any advise will be highly appreciated

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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You mean you have only VGA and DVI ports, right? What does this DVI port look like?

 

If it is one of the Dual-Link forms, you should, in theory, be able to get to your higher resolution - provided, of course, that you also have a Dual-Link-compliant DVI cable AND a Dual-Link-compliant DVI port in the monitor.

 

I am willing to bet, knowing HP, that you will need to add a graphics card to get what you want here.

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RDutt9
Beginner
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Thanks for the info. Sorry for the typo. VGA and DVI ports are there. There is also usb 3.0 ports. The monitor spec says it is DVI Dual-link, however the spec on the desktop says DVI-D. I can buy a dual link DVI cable and try. In case that does not work, do I have to replace the graphics card or add a graphics card? And how do I find out what graphics cards are compatible?

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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You'd be adding a video card; the Intel HD Graphics engine is built into the processor. You'll have to look at the motherboard spec to see what is supported.

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RDutt9
Beginner
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Thanks a lot.

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