Hello. I just bough a screen for my computer.
I am using Windows 7 Professional 64bit.
Radeon HD5850 1GB graphic card.
Using HDMI cable
And I was hoping to get a great screen in 1920x1080 resolution by buying this screen. After reading like 10 reviews on google search it was a great match to my demands.
Then I got the screen, and tested it. However when I selected to run in 1920x1080, the quality was horrible!
I try to do print screen, but only the analog display is horrible, not the results on the computer.
However if I tune this down to 1600x1200 resolution, it looks great. But I want to have the full 1920x1080 effect not the 1600x1200 effect.
I checked the drivers
, and it says my latest driver
is "2009/10/29_001003". Witch looks like a recent date.
I have tried to google any specific drivers for this screen for vista/Windows 7 that got a newer date than my drivers. Without any luck.
I try to google other people who have same problem as me, however, I only get to 1000x different reviews of this monitor, fake driver download/repair sites and such things.
I got very mixed up feelings about this. I do not know if I shall try to deliver back the screen, or that 1920x1080p isn't for computers? Or maybe HDMI cant run 1920x1080p? Is it a malefactor fault? Shall i just stick to the screen and appreciate that it works good in 1600x1200, I mean it isn't that much lower. But I keep dreaming that the screen is originally made for 1080p and that the screen quality will be even better once I get it to 1920x1080 than with 1600x1200.
Since I keep thinking:
1920 * 1080 = 2 073 600 pixels.
1600 * 1200 = 1 920 000 pixels.
A screen that advertise itself as a 1080p product, should have approx 2 mill pixels. So when it tunes down to 1.9 mill pixels quality should reduce. Isn't pixels hard-coded into the screen?