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    CPU vs. GPU Max Resolution

    My CPU specifications says it supports a max resolution of 4096x2304.

    My graphics card specifications says it supports a max resolution of 7680x4320.

    Will the graphics card still support 7680x4320 even though the CPU only support 4096x2304?

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    Just a guess...but maybe your CPU has an iGPU built in that has that max resolution....and your stand alone GPU has a different max resolution.

    The standalone will retain its max resolution....

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    Thanks brother.

    "The iGPU stands for Integrated Graphics Processing Unit. The integrated graphics chipset is built into the processor and makes sure that your computer can use a display even without a dedicated GPU. That setting controls the amount of memory you give to the integrated graphics on your motherboard."

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