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1:1 Pixel mapping



Does anyone have any advice on how to get 1:1 pixel mapping with my LCD tv? The TV supports 1366x768 at 60hz according to the specs, yet I can only get 1024x768 (@ 60hz or 75hz). Ive connected my pc via d-sub. Would it make any difference if I connected it via the DVI connection?

My tv is the Lexsor 32" HDTV and my graphics card is the 7800gtx extreme edition.

All help greatly appreciated.


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do a searh for power strip and set up your own custom driver settings, or make sure you have the latest nvidia drivers, or remove all monitors in sytem and set screen res to 800x600 and see if the pc picks up your screen then you should be able to go full res.

The d-sub will be the best bet for full res.

nvidia cards will support the screen at full res.


Thanks for the info. Using powerstrip Ive managed to force a resolution of 1366x768, but the screen is slightly fuzzy ie text and images are slightly out of focus if that makes sense. Is there any way I can correct this (again maybe by using the DVI connection) or does my LCD just not support this resolution via D-sub from a pc??

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