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My monitor doesn't support the performance preset 1280x1024 resolution, and thus I can't get a 3DMark score. What can I do, my window is win 7
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the software after the test should go back to your default resolution...
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I assume that your monitor is not suitable to the 1280x1024 setting. The graphic card will take the highest resolution of the monitor as max, therefore the monitor will not be damaged when you try to set a higher resolution then the monitor can have.

Do you know what the maximum resolution is for your monitor?
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