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Originally Posted by bleuborsh View Post
I know the difference on 1080p and 720p, the upscaler dvd player that I have upscales it to 1080p and the LCD displays that info on the top rt corner of the screen.
That's only telling you what type of signal source your TV is receiving, it has nothing to do with what the TV is actually displaying. If you truly knew what 1080p and 720p were, how a pixel works in an LCD display and compared that to your TV's native resolution, none of us would be in this flame war because this thread wouldn't exist.



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Now if I'm getting 1080p quality from my dvd player...why am I not getting it from my GFX card? And is there settings that i can atleast check?
I'm tired of this post...I just hooked up my DVI and things are alot sharper then previously on 720p HDMI.
That's because of the way that DVI is signaled rather than the way HDMI is signaled. as far as checking settings, just make sure your computer is showing an output resolution of 1366x768 and a refresh rate of 60Hz. If your computer is registering that then you are getting the best possible picture on your TV from your computer


I'm out before serious hate comes of this.


EDIT: I see that the above info I posted has been covered by others in the time it took me to type my response. They are all correct, I second PhilWrir; we may not have your exact hardware, but since you came asking the internet for advice, we used the resources available to provide you with an answer.
Edited by bane-o - 10/7/11 at 8:39pm
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post #12 of 14
ive owned this same tv before

it CAN NOT do 1080p only 720p...it may list the incoming source as 1080p but its not accurate
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You are not going to get 1080P out of that TV. If you want 1080P you need to get a bigger tv or a pc monitor. Most 32" TVs are only 720P.
post #14 of 14
I'm sorry i'm just gonna have to point out that he's not going to listen, i suggest that you stop wasting your time.
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