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I am looking to use my 32" 720p HDTV with my media center computer, that has a GT430 in it, as well as a HDMI connector. I have tried running it with the hdmi cable but it appears kind of bright, and almost too crisp to the point it hurts my eyes. I can plug it in with the VGA connector and it is fine. I do not know what resolution it is set to, other then its at 720p and whatever default setting is. I use the tv for movies, music, and light web browsing.

Anyone have suggestions on why the hdmi text is harder to read, or is it the settings of the computer? I can get the resolution off the server in a couple hours, but figured I would throw a post up now and see what kind of suggestions I get.

Edit - max resolution is 1366 x 768 , so to run at 720p what should I have it set to?
 

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what tv are you using, most tv's have settings for the hdmi in there menu and it looks like you need to go in and play with those settings. I had a simular problem with my daughters tv and went into the menu for hdmi on the tv and played with the settings. I then went into windows and played with the settings on the CCC/nvidia panel.
 

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what tv are you using, most tv's have settings for the hdmi in there menu and it looks like you need to go in and play with those settings. I had a simular problem with my daughters tv and went into the menu for hdmi on the tv and played with the settings. I then went into windows and played with the settings on the CCC/nvidia panel.
I think tis a Sanyo, just a cheap one from Walmart so I don't expect much from it. I will have to check the HDMI video settings and see what I can change to make it look a little better and easier to read.
 
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