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Windows 7: Graphics !!!!!

31 Jan 2010   #11

windows 7 pro

my sony is kdl-32v4000 i am not using the normall pc input i have dvi to hdmi lead plus my tv can go up to 1080i not p.

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31 Jan 2010   #12

Windows 10 Tech Preview 9926 x64

Every 32" TV that I have owned has a native resolution of 1360x768. You can try to force higher resolutions, but I'm pretty sure that that is the best you are going to get out of your TV.
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31 Jan 2010   #13

Windows7 Ultimate 64bit

Do you understand that 1080i does not equate to 1920x1080? If not, then there you have it...


1360x768 is probably the highest it can go...

Higher diagonal does not equate to higher resolution. There was an IBM monitor that's 22" diagonally, but has resolution 38402400.
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31 Jan 2010   #14

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu

I think that the major confusion in this area is caused by the manufacturers and vendors.

1080i is the broadcast standard for HDTV and as such does not specify the output resolution of the device concerned. A device that is certified suitable for 1080i will accept a 1080i HD signal and convert it for display on whatever resolution is available on the particular device.

unfortunately, 1080i is also an output standard stating a screen resolution of, (at 16:9), 1920 x 1080, when selling the TV's concerned some manufacturers and retailers can use the term to their best advantage.

You can't really blame the sellers here as they are not actually stating anything incorrect, and it helps to sell their products, but when buying a TV you have to check all the details carefully and not just the highlighted 1080i tag
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31 Jan 2010   #15

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64

This table shows the resolutions for both standard PC and HDMI PC inputs. As you can see, the maximum resolution is 1360 x 768.
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