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old AOC LM725


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Mar 28, 2010
697 (0.14/day)
Spain(Living) / UK(Born)
System Name Office/Gamer Mk III
Processor i5 - 12500
Motherboard TUF GAMING B660-PLUS WIFI D4
Cooling Themalright Peerless Assassin 120 RGB
Memory 32GB (2x16) Corsair CMK32GX4M2D3600C18 "micron B die"
Video Card(s) UHD770 / 1080Ti FE
Storage P41Plat - SN770 - kioxia G2 - BX500
Display(s) Philips 246E9Q 75Hz @ 1920 * 1080
Case Corsair Carbide 200R
Audio Device(s) Realtek ALC897 (On Board)
Power Supply Cooler Master V750 Gold v2
Mouse Rii M01(3360Sensor)
Keyboard Microsoft Multimedia 1.0A
Software Windows 10Pro
EDIT: forget this im being a plonker...


My 2nd monitor gave up, so i had to replace it with the one above, windows saw its max res @1280*1024 , bummer :(

So i went into nvidia control(its hanging off an out on my 1080ti) and set a new res of 1440*1080 @75hz and it worked(much to my suprise), so heres the intersting thing its letting me set res up to 2560*2048.
( i havent gone any higher as i can not really see the text anymore, lol)

Now this might be scaleing or what not is there any way to tell outright if it is not scaleing and thats the true res? it seems right ...

Screen shot from that monitor...

This is it @2560*2048

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