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Just finished putting together my budget gaming/htpc rig and am having some strange issues that I can't quite figure out.

Currently my PC is hooked up to my 65'' Mitsubishi 1080p TV via HDMI cable into DVI adapter to the 465.

At 1920x1080 Res with a 60hz refresh rate, there seems to be some sort of " tearing/artifcating on the screen, to put it best on the oem blue windows 7 background, they show up as pink dots across the display. I can make them go away, but only when I change the refresh rate to 30hz, which is unbearable, and probably not good for my TV

Also, when the resolution is at 1920x1080, the desktop is larger than the display so I can't see everything, I just made the switch to Nvidia from ATI and for whatever reason you can't resize the desktop area when the display is at its native resolution ( stupidest thing ive ever heard of, ATI has a slider, easiest thing ive ever used ). So I'm still trying to figure out how to get my desktop to properly fit on my TV screen.

And yet another problem, when I go to do DX 10 benchmarks, or open certain games, the display just goes black, and my TV acts like there is no input, I'd like to say its my TV just not liking all the resolution changes that go on during normal PC usage, but I hook my netbook up to it via HDMI cable and watch blu-rays and play games and have no issues what so ever.

Any suggestions would be great, im going to pick up a mini hdmi to hdmi adapter after work to see if it may be the DVI adapter causing the issues but i'm skeptical.
 
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Not really sure what is causing most of your issues, I doubt it has anyhing to do with the DVI adapter, but for the larger desktop issue, you probably have an option in the TV's menu which says something like "zoom, 16:9 or Just Scan", select Just Scan (or something which is similar) it should display the screen perfectly without any overscan, a lot of TVs seem to default to zoom when hooked up to a PC for some stupid reason.
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Change drivers
Any suggestion as to what version?
 
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