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On 2010-03-31, Bruno Wolff wrote:
> xorg.conf can specify allowed and prefered modes for a device. If you
> don't define what a device is capable of doing than some
> assumptions are
> made that will likely be safe. These safe assumptions will
> generally limit
> the frequencies allowed so that you won't be able to use 1920x1080.
I'd suggest that the assumptions are well out of date and should be
re-thought. They tend to make the display invisible because it's
out of the range of some modern monitors. Who uses 640 * 480
nowadays? Who uses CRT monitors nowadays? (The "safety" issue,
I believe, related to CRT monitors from about 30 years ago that
responded badly if driven slightly out of range.)
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