Topic Title: Is my graphics card supports internal full HD resolution?
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 07/20/2013 04:15 PM
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Krzysiolek
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Hello,
The soon going to replace my matrix with a resolution of 1366 x 768 on a matrix with a resolution of Full HD (1920 x 1080). However, I have concerns about the operation of the internal resolution for my graphics card. Graphics card supports 1080p resolution outside, but do not know if such a service is the internal resolution.

Graphics card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650
Laptop: Toshiba Satellite L650 1M0

Please help.

Sorry for my bad English. I can not English, so I had to use google translator.
 07/20/2013 04:49 PM
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Does your Laptop Display support 1080p? cause if it doesnt then i dont think you can...



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 07/20/2013 05:06 PM
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Current Notebook laptop allows you to display up to 768p resolution. So my current screen does not support 1080p. I want to replace in the near future but at 1080p, but the question is whether the internal card supports 1080p resolution.
 07/20/2013 05:25 PM
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Okay the best i can say is if your MB supports the video also... if it does and your GPU can do it should work. But from my knowledge of laptops is there limited in alot of ways... 



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 07/20/2013 05:52 PM
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OK.
Anyone else would like to say something? Maybe someone had a similar laptop and also attempted to replace the matrix? Maybe a specialist who is versed in this topic?
 07/20/2013 06:11 PM
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If I understand that correctly, you are going to upgrade your monitor to one which supports a 1920x1080 resolution. I'm not sure what you mean about internal and external resolutions, unless you are wondering if the graphics card operates at a fractional resolution and then employs a sort of pixel doubler, then the answer is no, what you see on the screen is the resolution which is generated from the card.

Be aware that you will not be able to play many games at that resolution due to the lack of power.

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 07/20/2013 06:24 PM
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Speaking about the internal and external resolution I mean laptop screen and displays that can be connected to it.

Little did I understand your post, google translator explains to me incomprehensible. Could you expand your thought about the lack of power and easier to write about what's going on with the answer "no".
 07/21/2013 12:26 AM
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According to what I could find, that laptop uses a 40-pin screen connector, which strongly suggests that the 5650 card supports dual-channel LVDS.  That's required to support a resolution of 1920x1080.

It's still possible, however, that you'd need a new cable, since it's not uncommon for laptop manufacturers to only run the pins they need.  Since that unit only comes with a 1366x768 display, it only needs 20 pins.  You'll have to check when you open it up if you have all 40 pins wired.

 

 07/21/2013 05:30 AM
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And if the resolution 2k needs 40 pins or more? Maybe I would have interceded 2k matrix, but do not know if it's worth it. For now I find matrix with a resolution of 2k, but I think that some time will be available.
The laptop has 15.6 ".

And what was that you black_zion the lack of power? The idea was that the resolution of Full HD with 15% more charges graphics card (GPU) to 768p?
 07/22/2013 03:38 PM
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 07/22/2013 03:58 PM
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Short answer = Yes using VGA; DVI or HDMI (all of them will work at 1920 x 1080)

It will work at the resolutions supported by the monitor as long as the monitor is recognised by the drivers.

It will be slower than using the laptop panel as it has more pixels to render but that's all.

Have a look at the Max external video modes section here: http://www.toshibamea.com/ComputerProduct/4/Satellite_L650-1M0/49301?pageid=4

 07/22/2013 04:45 PM
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Thank you for your reply, but I was concerned about the internal (built-in) monitor / matrix in a laptop.
 07/23/2013 11:58 AM
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 07/24/2013 06:46 AM
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 07/25/2013 06:53 AM
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