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Screen resolution of 1920*1080 is not shown as an option when I plug in my 24" monitor. How do I get the card to pump out this res? PC is running XP, the card is reporting fine no issue with the res it does display, except they look terrible on the screen. Nearest res is 1920 *1200. Why doesn't it show a resolution it is certainly capable of showing, the NVIDIA control panel even correctly identifies the monitor make and model !

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