Originally Posted by craigap
You shouldn't need to enable GPU scaling if you are running at the TV's native resolution. Also, if your TV has 3:2 Pulldown then you can enable the ITC processing.
Found this site that says the native resolution is 1920x1080: http://www.pacificgeek.com/product.asp?id=86401
Originally Posted by pohtangina
I read the reviews about the tv...not good...if anything....I wouldnt blame ur 5450 or the drivers
edit > I would have suggested connecting it to another hdmi port but it seems like it only has one (tv) > just for giggles AND I would just start all over again...wipe out all catalyst drivers and re download it to install
Yeah, the TV has had a common problem with 4 capacitors which is how I ended up with the TV for free. I simply replaced the 4 common ones, plus 1 other on the main board and 1 on the power supply board. Works great now. It displays PS2, OTA channels, and basic cable via RCA jacks pretty well.
I think my issue is my newbieness at getting it all configured right. I'm so used to plug-n-play and everything's fine. So I'm going to try those settings tonight if I get time. Need to finish a ASP.net assignment first.