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Screen native res allowed by video card ??

Computer model: Dell Optiplex GX260
Video card: Intel 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics
Driver Version: 6.13.1.3442

When under properties or even the videos advanced properties,
I can't set the resolution to any thing above 1280 by 1024
(monitor's native is: 1920 by 1080 and I'm running it in: 1280 by 720 for best results)

I'm baffled as to how to get the resolution any higher as I think the monitor would look better at the resolution.

Any help would be appreciated. :smile:

EDIT:
my intel motherboard and chipset only supports Wikipedia AGP 4x, which are long gone :rolleyes:
 

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You're right, the display will be sharper and clearer when you use the LCD monitor's native resolution of 1920x1080.

Do you have the latest chipset and graphics drivers installed?

Reboot and look in BIOS to see how much of your RAM is allocated to onboard graphics. This affects the maximum screen resolution available. If BIOS doesn't allow you to increase the memory setting for onboard graphics, have you considered installing a graphics card?
 
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