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Any way to change my screen resolution on PC? to 1080p


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I'm using HP ProBook 4540s, i wanted to know how can i change my screen resolution to full HD, my current screen resolution is:

 

- 1366 by 768

- Win 7 - Ultimate SP - 64bit

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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No, it's fixed to the resolution of the pannel, which in your case is 1366x768 as you've already noted. The only way of getting 1080p would be to output to a 1080p monitor or buy a new laptop.

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You only have a certain amount of physical pixels in your screen. In your case it's 1366 wide by 768 high. You can't make new ones appear which is why you can't choose a resolution over 1366x768. The only thing to do is by a new screen which is impossible considering this is a laptop.

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I thought i could overclock it, i fear it could be damged as well, hopfully i'll buy one soon, Thanks you for such explanation.

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Well, technically you could force a 1080p resolution and downscale it to 1366x768 (nVidia drivers offer such feature, dunno about AMD and Intel), but there's no point really, especially for a laptop.

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I thought i could overclock it, i fear it could be damged as well, hopfully i'll buy one soon, Thanks you for such explanation.

Overclocking only changes the refresh rate of the monitor, there is no way to create more pixels than you already have.
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In older versions of Windows you could force your GPU to run at a higher resolution than the monitor supported but the result in your case would be tiny unreadable text since your screen can't effectively display more pixels than your current resolution.

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