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Windows 7: Picture Quality on 32" HD TV.

11 Jul 2010   #11


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BomberAF View Post
I currently have a monitor and a 32 inch HD TV attached to my PC.

I use the monitor for all of my day to day activities, but when I try to view my desktop on my TV in 1080i HD thepicture quality is really poor.

Is this because my video card is not very powerfull, so it therefore doen't have the ability to make a good picture on my TV, and can this problem be recitfied by purchasing a much better video card.
It happens with me the picture goes all flickery in windows borders and everything goes very tiny
when set resolution to 1920-1080 at desktop
but when you start up a game its fine at that resolution.
Ive even tried hooking it up to a brand new 40" 1080p LG but still it looks crap when set to 1920-1080 in windows (both times using hdmi cable),until you start a game up everything goes crystal clear

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11 Jul 2010   #12

Windows 7 Pro x64

i used a vga cable to hook mine to my 47"
displays very nice, but a bit uncentered
then tried dvi<->hdmi cable
same resolution and not better
tv can handle 240hz
pc can't display over 60 cause of analog cables/adaptors
will have to try with a real DVI-D dual link to HDMI cable
and on your 32 inch i wouldn't go over 720p lol...or set it to 1600*900
should look better
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