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Optimum 1:1 pixel matching on panasonic 42pw4

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by perrin21, Nov 2, 2003.

  1. perrin21

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    anyone know the best powerstrip settings for this screen 852 x 480. although this is not divisable by 8 i was led to believe that my parhelia can do this, is this true? What settings should i use for 1:1 mapping?
     
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    OK problem solved, i have just successfully managed to get 100% 1:1 pixel matching through the VGA input using Matrox monitor manager. 852 X 480 even though 852 is not divisable by eight. I know now i made the right choice with the Parhelia as it is the only card able to do this. I have checked this using the the background available from the FAQ. There is no banding at all.
     
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    Why the big deal about divisable by 8?

    You seem very keen on your parhelia.

    I get 852x480 no problem with my Radeon VE and powerstrip.
    I think you'll find plenty of people on the HTPC forum with no problems getting that resolution on a wide variety of cards. The key thing is powerstrip.
     

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