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Widescreen resolution (1680x1050) doesn't work

I have a PC-Chips M810DLU mobo.
It comes with an integrated SIS 650/740 video chip (shared memory)

Recently I purchased a 22"W Monitor and wold like to set it to it's "native" res which is 1680 by 1050. Originally, that mode wasn't even available.
I have updated the driver and not I can select it, but the screen then goes blank for a few seconds (and then come back to the old res.)

1600x1200 works, so it shouldn't be a matter of enough memory. I have also checked the refresh rate and made sure it's at 60Hz.

Any ideas? Suggestions? The mobo does not have an AGP slot, so I cannot put in a different vid card.

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  • Alex Abramov Feb 18, 2009

    no, it's an integrated chip on the mobo. The manual states that it's an SiS 650/740.

  • Alex Abramov Feb 18, 2009

    Do you know of any PCI cards that support that resolution?

  • Alex Abramov Feb 18, 2009

    That's one way of going around it, but I didn't want to spend any more money on this dinosaur... I can reuse the monitor with any system. What would I do with a PCI video card?
    At any rate, I am peeved by the fact that I get the resolution and can select it, but it blanks out.

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Suggestion; buy a PCI video card for it.

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    PCI Video card?



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  • Thomas F. Schneider Feb 18, 2009

    Sorryt that I had not a better answer for your problem.Thank for the rating, also.



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