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Image streched when in full screen 1980x1200 format.

My Q23W3 screen always stretches the 1980x1200 format. I can bring ot back to its normal unstretched format for a while, but when I reeboot or when my Mac goes in sleep mode, it comes back streched again. What can I do?

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I changed the D-sub cable for a DVI one and the problem was instantly solved.

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