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it has a native resolution of 1280x1024 through the DVI at 85Hz. Im forcing it into 720p HDTV mode through ATI CCC at 60Hz.

I am also scaling it to span the whole panel/ making it full screen.

But i could try "do not scale" option. Ill do that and get back to you guys.
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i just tried unticking "enable gpu scaling" and maintained the aspect ratio...

the stutter actually gets worse.

This is a massive problem as i just got my family all excited to watch a blu-ray..

EDIT:
Oh and the HDD is CONSTANTLY working. The hdd light on my case is always flciking on and off. Its weird as. Normally in my room, where the computer resides - and works without fault - its always just idle....
Edited by Apocolypze01 - 1/15/11 at 11:11pm
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