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hello guys, i have bought a new hdmi cable to connect my computer with the lg lcd tv i have here, the tv supports hdmi cause the ports are on the back of the tv..

i hooked everything up, so i enabled 1920x1080 and have a very ugly screen..
i whas trying to screw with my tv settings, but it leaded to nothing...

i have a HD5570 1gb gddr5
 

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its just so strange, when i choose another resolution then 1360x768 then its so uggglyyyy
when i choose 1080p in ati catalyst its super-ugly (no-hd)

the screen is overbright, and blurry, and ugly...

EDIT: my lcd should support hd resolutions cause of the hdmi ports on the back, right?
 

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Maybe your lcd is for 1360x768?
My tv is 32", however, it's supports 1080p but with ugly screen in desktop, and good in games, dunno why.
 

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Try to find an overscan option in the TV.It should be off.

It's sometimes called "just scan"

HDMI is the worst cable IMO. I have to use it for my main screen, And it's not very good.

Also try changing HDMI cables.

@PureDorian. I know... This is prolly the reason. And you should get a nicer image with your native res + 4xAA. It should look better than what you just said.
 

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Hi, Im assuming it doesnt do 1080P. Just because a TV has a HDMI port doesnt mean it does 1080P. 720P is also considered HD.
Your TV does 1360X768 max?
 

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1360x768 is the clearest resolution i can get, anything over it makes it look ugly

also tried 720p, ugly to..
 

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Originally Posted by De-Zant View Post
As I said, HDMI doesn't work with unnative resolutions. Continue to run it at 1360x768 or it's gonna be painful.
Which is "unofficially" called 768P (1366x768), also HD. but this is typically a plasma resolution. What TV/monitor do you have?
NVM... saw it in your sig.
 

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but it also says this
Just Scan HDMI/Component: 1080i / 1080p / 720p ???

and it doesnt work if i choose 1080p, it becomes uggglyyy
 

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Hi, not sure if you tried this, but can you turn the "Just Scan" feature off?
Doubt it will work, or even if you could, but try it.
 
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