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Should I be able to get 2560x1440 resolution with the i5-3570k? Just put together a computer, ASRock Extreme4 + i5-3570k, and connected a 2560x1440 capable monitor to the DVI port on the motherboard I/O and the highest resolution allowed on the monitor is 1680x1050. Is that the highest resolution supported by the HD4000 through DVI or is there something wrong?

I have a second monitor connected as well and it allows the monitor's full resolution of 1080p, which leads me to believe something is wrong.
Edited by meddle3 - 12/9/12 at 8:10pm
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I'm not sure but i think the maximum resolution for DVI is 1920x1200

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2560x1440 is only possible with a display port.

1920x1200 is the maximum for DVI and HDMI.
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I'm not sure but i think the maximum resolution for DVI is 1920x1200

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2560x1440 is only possible with a display port.
1920x1200 is the maximum for DVI and HDMI.
Thanks for the replies.

You guys are strictly speaking in the integrated graphics sense right? Like the same doesn't go for a discrete card with DVI, where it can then reach 2560x1440.
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It will need to be a dual-link DVI to reach that high of a resolution. Single-link DVI will not work.
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It will need to be a dual-link DVI to reach that high of a resolution. Single-link DVI will not work.

Well then that confuses me even more. Why am I able to get 2560x1440 resolution through single DVI and VGA? Single DVI was from a Radeon 6570 and the VGA was just from my old Dell inspiron laptop.

I have this monitor: AURIA EQ276W 27" IPS LED Monitor (http://www.microcenter.com/product/384780/EQ276W_27_IPS_LED_Monitor)
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Specs i posted are for HD4000 only.

VGA cards can do much higher resolution on any cable.
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