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horses, are you kidding it's to cold, we use dogs hooked to a bobsled, you shoulda seen me try to get my tv into my igloo, it was hardcore.

I remember when I had my prescott cpu, It was huge trouble the ice around my computer started to melt
i lol'd . yeah i had the same problem, just buy the other cable, get a dog or horse or watever you people use to get it to you.
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The canadian snail mail will probably cost you $20-30 (american after conversion rates) to ship a cable, EH (I know its EH and not ay cause this one canadian was adamant about it)
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You do know our dollar is now very close to yours now eh, it's 0.99 CAD to 1 USD
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I'm guessing that your problem is the fact that the vga on your tv is analog. So no matter what you can do, 16x12 is the max your tv can do unless you use HDMI or DVI
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You do know our dollar is now very close to yours now eh, it's 0.99 CAD to 1 USD
I thought it was understood that I was acting a fool (EH)
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I'm guessing that your problem is the fact that the vga on your tv is analog. So no matter what you can do, 16x12 is the max your tv can do unless you use HDMI or DVI
VGA is always analog. But it can do higher resolutions then 1600x1200.
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VGA is always analog. But it can do higher resolutions then 1600x1200.
and thats exactly what I want to force it to do... if i can
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yes, vga can carry that signal, but on the vga port of your tv, the tv will only allow a certain resolution for that format of signal. even if you force a resolution onto your tv, the tv itself will only allow the 16x12 signal. to get higher than that you will need to run either component cables or and hdmi. My tv is a 720p, yet if i connect vga to it it only allows (if i remember correctly) 1200x768. However, when I use the alternative cable setup, I can get it to display a true 720 resolution, and even a 1900x1080 (though the text is barely readable). Trust me, easiest thing to do is buy the cable.
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Okay, today while at work I happened to run over to my local memory express since I was in the area and bought the dvi to hdmi cable, now a new problem has arisen, I can get it to go to 1920x1080 but it makes the output just a little bigger than my tv, what gives?, my tv's native resolution is supposed to be 1920x1080, and when I used nvidia's resizer function now my text looks blurry and edges are jagged
post #30 of 39
it's overscan, to make sure that you don't see the edges in movies. see if you can change it in the on screen settings for your TV.
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