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.. You bought. Since I use my computer for writing these articles, creating spreadsheets, and working with images, I find that small detail such as tiny lettering is completely clear and easy on the eyes. Likewise, don't use the TV to overscan the underscanned output from the Radeon if it's doing that.Click to expand. & i personally want as accurate as possible now if you want to see something interesting, check out 'majin and the forsaken kingdom' on 360/ps3, they basically did nearest neighbor filtering to upscale 720 to 1080 (i tested the ps3 demo), so there is zero blur, it's real sharp, but you can see the pixel steps arent even, it reminds me of 90s games like magic carpet or doomClick to expand. Its a great multi purpose display too, I enjoyed watching an array of NCAA tourney games on them these past few weeks without any issues. You just have to remember to get an HDTV with 1080p. I've even had some time to play a few games - City of Heroes, Portal and Battlefield 2 - and they look fantastic. As far as i can tell witht he newer YAMAHA AV's the computer see's the TV not the AV so it shows in windows not what AV your using but what TV your using.
Nov 25, 2014 at 4:55 AM #7 kn00tcn Joined: Feb 9, 2009 Messages: 1,201 (0.41/day) Thanks Received: 287 Location: Toronto System Specs Processor: i7-2670QM / Q9550 3.6ghz Motherboard: laptop / Asus P5Q-E Cooling: laptop / Cooler Master Hyper 212 Memory: 2x4gb ddr3sd / 2x2gb ddr2 Video Card(s): 570m / MSI 660 Gaming OC Hard Disk(s): ST9750420AS / ST1000DM003 Optical Drive: DS8A8SH / Pioneer 216D LCD/CRT Model: BenQ FP241VW / BenQ GW2265HM Case: MSI gx780 / Corsair 500r Sound Card: onboard Power Supply: laptop / Corsair 750tx Mouse: Steelseries Kinzu V2 / Logitech M120 Keyboard: Logitech Deluxe 250 / Logitech K120 Software: Windows 7 this thread hurts my brain now consider this, if the tvs were ruining the pc image. Nov 26, 2014 at 12:47 AM #15 kn00tcn Joined: Feb 9, 2009 Messages: 1,201 (0.41/day) Thanks Received: 287 Location: Toronto System Specs Processor: i7-2670QM / Q9550 3.6ghz Motherboard: laptop / Asus P5Q-E Cooling: laptop / Cooler Master Hyper 212 Memory: 2x4gb ddr3sd / 2x2gb ddr2 Video Card(s): 570m / MSI 660 Gaming OC Hard Disk(s): ST9750420AS / ST1000DM003 Optical Drive: DS8A8SH / Pioneer 216D LCD/CRT Model: BenQ FP241VW / BenQ GW2265HM Case: MSI gx780 / Corsair 500r Sound Card: onboard Power Supply: laptop / Corsair 750tx Mouse: Steelseries Kinzu V2 / Logitech M120 Keyboard: Logitech Deluxe 250 / Logitech K120 Software: Windows 7 newtekie1 said: ↑ That simply is not true. .. If there's a black background on a site, text in red seems very fuzzy. Wait until my husband hears this story. quote:It just comes down to how far you sit. Suzanne Day2 years ago from Melbourne, Victoria, AustraliaGreat idea - I'm using up my OK monitor until it burns out, then I'm gonna try what you recommend! Voted useful. There was no PC mode or anything, I just set overscan/underscan to 0 in CCC and set the TV picture size to 'just scan' which seems to be like the native image mode. Kelly Kline Burnett18 months ago from Madison, WisconsinHi Glenn,You didn't miss anything, I was just offering up a dual option. Here's a link to one (1280x1024): A ton of regular TN-based LCD computer monitors use temporal dithering and might shimmer on this.
As it is this is a perfect fit. And a couple of friends did the same thing and are very happy too. Jake63May 11, 2014, 12:25 PM skongipaus said: skongipaus said: liljon0430 said: I've been using 1680x1050 on this 46 in. ChrisG Ars Legatus Legionis Registered: Apr 28, 1999Posts: 18827 Posted: Thu Apr 10, 2008 11:26 am quote:Originally posted by Shrubber:The 2707WFP has a native resolution of 1920x1200.A 1080p LCD has a resolution of 1920x1080. Maybe this TV isn't really designed to be used as a PC monitor, at least with HDMI. Game detail can now get super-crisp, and changing in-game AA or forcing it in nividia panel WILL work in conjunction with the TV's sharpness. such as IPS panel without garbage settings that cant be disabled but at the end of the day, what exactly does anyone need a tv for? speakers? atsc tuner? coax input? inches? several hdmi inputs? there's nothing really proprietary about them, a tv just puts them all in a single unit at the expense of terrible firmware most of the time heky, XSI and Law-II say thanks. I spoke about the response time and mentioned that you need to consider this. AuthorGlenn Stok2 years ago from Long Island, NYGmaGoldie - If I understand correctly, you say you are using your PC as a TV. I have it hooked up to my desktop as a 2nd monitor.
Most commonly TVs that used a 1366x768 panel were labeled as 1080i. However, you're paying for the advantage. AuthorGlenn Stok2 years ago from Long Island, NYMsDora - I guess what your son did that for was to make presentation of a computer application to an audience. Now you may be different, but I suspect the average arsian is the more "hardcore user" type. I personally don't think it's a terrible resolution at all at 32", but that really is completely a judgment call. and it always looked better than other screens. But while I still had it I wanted to learn how to set it up properly. Go into the Windows Control Panel. be16d7bf77
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