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Try this with your HDMI-HDMI cable...

In the NVIDIA Control Panel...

- Display -> Change resolution -> Connector: HDMI - HDTV (Audio Enabled); Resolution: HD,SD 1080P, 1920x1080 (native); Refresh Rate: 60 Hz; Color Depth: Highest (32 bit)

- Display -> Adjust desktop color settings -> Digital Color Format: YCbCr444
[This will improve the color]

Then on the TV...

Menu -> Source List -> Edit Name -> Choose the HDMI connection to which you connected the cable from your PC and select "PC".
[This will improve the text clarity]
.
Edited by B-Con - 1/28/11 at 11:03am
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I will try that
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by B-Con;12175774 
Try this with your HDMI-HDMI cable...

In the NVIDIA Control Panel...

- Display -> Change resolution -> Connector: HDMI - HDTV (Audio Enabled); Resolution: HD,SD 1080P, 1920x1080 (native); Refresh Rate: 60 Hz; Color Depth: Highest (32 bit)

- Display -> Adjust desktop color settings -> Digital Color Format: YCbCr444

Then on the TV...

Menu -> Source List -> Edit Name -> Choose the HDMI connection to which you connected the cable from your PC and select "PC".
.

I'll try that too. I have a 32" HDTV, and when I hook up to it using HDMI, the screen flickers like crazy, colors are distorted, and the picture just looks terrible. I run my xbox on the HDMI, and it looks awesome. So now I'm using DVI to VGA for my PC, and have it hooked up to the TV's VGA port, which looks great (but no 1080P)
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how are you not getting 1080p (1920x1080) resolution via dvi-vga adapter to vga tv-in?

1080p and 1920x1080 are the same correct?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by wick001;12176128 
how are you not getting 1080p (1920x1080) resolution via dvi-vga adapter to vga tv-in?

1080p and 1920x1080 are the same correct?

Well the p in 1080p means progressive scan. That means that every pixel is used for every frame. 1080i means interlaced. That means that every other line on the screen is used for every frame.

Both 1080p and 1080i are 1920x1080 resolution.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DS900;12176101 
I'll try that too. I have a 32" HDTV, and when I hook up to it using HDMI, the screen flickers like crazy, colors are distorted, and the picture just looks terrible. I run my xbox on the HDMI, and it looks awesome. So now I'm using DVI to VGA for my PC, and have it hooked up to the TV's VGA port, which looks great (but no 1080P)
Does that same cable work on your xbox? Have you tried running your xbox on all of the HDMI ports? If yes to both, then the HDMI output could be compromised... I don't think distorted colors and screen flickering should be an issue if it were just software related.
Quote:
Originally Posted by wick001;12176128 
how are you not getting 1080p (1920x1080) resolution via dvi-vga adapter to vga tv-in?

1080p and 1920x1080 are the same correct?
As I said in my earlier post, VGA does not support 1080p resolution.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by B-Con;12175774 
Try this with your HDMI-HDMI cable...

In the NVIDIA Control Panel...

- Display -> Change resolution -> Connector: HDMI - HDTV (Audio Enabled); Resolution: HD,SD 1080P, 1920x1080 (native); Refresh Rate: 60 Hz; Color Depth: Highest (32 bit)

- Display -> Adjust desktop color settings -> Digital Color Format: YCbCr444Then on the TV...

Menu -> Source List -> Edit Name -> Choose the HDMI connection to which you connected the cable from your PC and select "PC".
.

This will be the OP's issue.
    
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post #18 of 21
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by B-Con;12175774 
Try this with your HDMI-HDMI cable...

In the NVIDIA Control Panel...

- Display -> Change resolution -> Connector: HDMI - HDTV (Audio Enabled); Resolution: HD,SD 1080P, 1920x1080 (native); Refresh Rate: 60 Hz; Color Depth: Highest (32 bit)

- Display -> Adjust desktop color settings -> Digital Color Format: YCbCr444
[This will improve the color]

Then on the TV...

Menu -> Source List -> Edit Name -> Choose the HDMI connection to which you connected the cable from your PC and select "PC".
[This will improve the text clarity]
.

I don't see anything that says digital color format: YCbCr444
    
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post #19 of 21
Does your screen not look like this?
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post #20 of 21
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I had to restore all defaults on the nvidia panel and it showed up...

Interestingly enough it wouldn't allow me to change it to YCbCr444.

What did change the TV was going to: Then on the TV...

Menu -> Source List -> Edit Name -> Choose the HDMI connection to which you connected the cable from your PC and select "PC".

Strange...

ALL IS GRAND NOW! THANK YOU!
    
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