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Cannot display at 2560x1440?

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Hello I have had a Yamakasi Catleap for about a year now and have been able to output at 2560x1440 no issue whatsoever.

Well I just purchased CROSSOVER★ NEW 2720MDP GOLD LED​ PIVOT from Accessories whole and when I plug it in it says the default resolutrion is 1024x768 with no way to change it. So I go into my nvidia control panel and create a custom resolution at 2560x1440 and it looks extremely fuzzy but not distorted (like a very poorly upscaled 1080p) I made one for 1080p as well and that one looks great...

What do you think I should do to fix this? I've tried everything. I have dual link DVI cable and a GTX 680 4GB


EDIT: Windows calls it a Generic Non-PnP monitor, also plugged it into my xbox to test it briefly before plugging it into my PC could this have caused the problem? Anyway to factory default reset these monitors?
Edited by dakisback - 11/11/12 at 1:37pm
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Hello I have had a Yamakasi Catleap for about a year now and have been able to output at 2560x1440 no issue whatsoever.
Well I just purchased CROSSOVER★ NEW 2720MDP GOLD LED​ PIVOT from Accessories whole and when I plug it in it says the default resolutrion is 1024x768 with no way to change it. So I go into my nvidia control panel and create a custom resolution at 2560x1440 and it looks extremely fuzzy but not distorted (like a very poorly upscaled 1080p) I made one for 1080p as well and that one looks great...
What do you think I should do to fix this? I've tried everything. I have dual link DVI cable and a GTX 680 4GB
EDIT: Windows calls it a Generic Non-PnP monitor, also plugged it into my xbox to test it briefly before plugging it into my PC could this have caused the problem? Anyway to factory default reset these monitors?

Turn monitor and PC off... then Disconnect the power adapter from the monitor. then Disconnect all input cables... wait a few minutes and plug in DVI cable toMonitor and PC and plug power adapter monitor and power everything up.
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It still doesn't work I think something on the PCB is broken. But I did manage to get it working by creating another custom nvidia resolution. It's just odd that windows sees it as a Non-PnP monitor. thanks for the help though.
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