high resolution monitor compatible with intel hd graphics 3000 card?

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  • 8 months ago

    First, the others are right.  High resolution in a monitor could be many different ones.  We don't know which monitor you have.

    Second, "intel hd graphics 3000" is not a card.  It is integrated graphics--part of the CPU chip, and in many laptop motherboards.

    Look here to understand what Intel HD Graphics 3000 can do:  

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-30...

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  • 8 months ago

    hd graphics 3000 can't drive much of a monitor .. and likely can't achieve the resolutions you want at all

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  • 8 months ago

    You would have to look at the specs of the monitor and the specs of the graphic card.  There will be resolution that will available on both.  If either has a resolution that is not supported by the other, then you would not be able to use that resolution on that monitor.

    As every "high resolution" monitor has different specs, there is no way to tell if it will support all the resolution available on the intel 3000 card without looking up the specs and comparing them.

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