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I have a 4K TV screen 3840x2160

Without vga driver I have the following choices

 

1280x1024       5: 4 or 15:12
1024x768         4: 3 or 16:12
800x600           4: 3 or 16:12

 

1024x768       is recomended
The best choice is 1280x1024 but is not optimal

 

Someone who has a solution to this?

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Install the driver possibly, then you can go to higher res if you say yes to that question during set up.  I use a nvidia 1060 GPU for cuda offload and I have to load the driver for that.  My screen is not high res.  SQ is excellent even with driver.  I assume you have an AMD CPU without built in graphics.

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the manual says that one should not install vga driver.

 

I have a Intel 4790t cpu 

with Intel® HD Graphics 4600

 

Do not install the 3rd party driver of your video adapter if not absolutely needed. Many graphic card drivers set system priority in favor for the graphic card. If you really need the graphic cards driver, try to install only the INF files with PnPUtil and not the whole driver package.

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38 minutes ago, Blueline said:

the manual says that one should not install vga driver.

yes it does.  I do cuda offload for DSD512 upsampling so I need it.  My system sounds wonderful even with graphic driver installed.  I only installed the driver not the other extra crap.  Your 4600 GPU should be able to go above the resolutions you report do you have a display port output, that gives you higher resolutions.

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