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Is it possible to set res higher than native?

I have loaded driversand mods for the Dell M90.

Higher res settings just removes the task bar?

Whats going on?

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On a LCD screen, the best / optimum resolution is always the native resolution. For gaming it's OK to switch to a lower resolution to improve framerate... but the side effect is image bluring because of the stretching.

Forcing a resolution higher than native usually activate the pan mode... the desktop becomes larger than the screen BUT the viewpoint remains at native resolution... you need to drag the viewpoint around by moving the mouse beyond screen edges.

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want more desktop space.

At the cost of not being able to read anything at all?

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On a LCD screen, the best / optimum resolution is always the native resolution. For gaming it's OK to switch to a lower resolution to improve framerate... but the side effect is image bluring because of the stretching.

Forcing a resolution higher than native usually activate the pan mode... the desktop becomes larger than the screen BUT the viewpoint remains at native resolution... you need to drag the viewpoint around by moving the mouse beyond screen edges.

It must suck when you answer their question and they don't listen :)

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It must suck when you answer their question and they don't listen :)

Sometimes I even doubt that a guy asking for the best driver understand the famous Recommended driver panel since it also mention the Quickstart guide.

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  • 2 weeks later...

but you must restat your PC, after change if you wont see as screen changed ( sorry me englis is no good). It is rathet good result if you want larger desktop - but quality is lower

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I don't think changing the DPI is going to do anything at all for him. Doesn't it only change how fonts are handled?

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