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Can not apply max desktop resolution (HP 280 G2 Microtower Business PC)

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I just bought a HP 280 G2 Microtower Business PC (Video card Intel HD 530) and Dell U2711 (Support 2560x1600):

After updated driver the Graphic control panel still only let me choose to maximum 1650x1050 (60p Hz).

How can I increase my screen resolution to 2560.

 

I had read on the Quic specs of HP 280 G2 MT that this resolution "Only supported on displays connected to the external DisplayPort connector" but it does not have a Displayport. What can I do?

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Hi,

You will have to add a graphic card with display port to be able to reach this resolution.

 

Hope it helps,

David

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