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The Intel(R) HD Graphics 530 integrated in your processor supports that resolution as you can see here:
With the Intel® graphics we don’t recommend any adapters or any combination displayport > HDMI cable, we recommend using straight connection, HDMI to HDMI monitor or DisplayPort to a DisplayPort monitor. If you use any adapter or combination we cannot guarantee full resolution, however, you can try an active adapter and that can help you better.
You can also try installing the latest graphics driver, you can download it here:
I suggest you to uninstall the older driver first and to install this new driver version manually.
Uninstalling the Intel® Graphics Driver and Intel® Display HDMI/Audio Driver
How to Manually Install an Intel® Graphics Driver in Windows® 10 & Windows 8* or Windows 8.1*
Make sure you have the INF driver installed for your monitor if there is one available, a monitor driver supplies configuration information (an .INF file) used by the operating system to implement the plug and play (PnP) features of the monitor. This configuration information includes supported refresh rates, screen resolution, and color quality settings.
You can get the INF driver from your monitor manufacturer; check the website of your monitor manufacturer to see if a monitor driver or monitor .INF file is available for download.
Check that you have the latest BIOS for your system, if you don’t have the latest, try installing the latest BIOS version from your computer manufacturer Acer.
This is the website for your monitor and it seems that there a driver for you to download.
NOTE: This link is being offered for your convenience and should not be viewed as an endorsement by Intel of the content, products, or services offered there.
If nothing works, you will need straight connection with a high quality HDMI cable or straight DisplayPort.
I hope this can help.