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Anyone can help me with this?

here's the story. I have a sharp aquos 52'' fullhd lcd screen. I just bought an Ati radeon x1950 pro AGP. I have an ultra 550w psu.

I've tried xg warcat's 7.4 drivers and now the official amd/ati drivers 7.6

same issues with both:

WITHOUT drivers installed my lcd screen states that I'm running in 1080p mode.

WITH any of the two drivers installed, the screen is distorded as hell! The ''best'' I can do (which is still a lot more than what I had before) is 1400X1050.

I can live with that off course, but I'd like to use the full potential of my lcd/video card combo. Anybody can help with my issue?
 

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Anyone can help me with this?

here's the story. I have a sharp aquos 52'' fullhd lcd screen. I just bought an Ati radeon x1950 pro AGP. I have an ultra 550w psu.

I've tried xg warcat's 7.4 drivers and now the official amd/ati drivers 7.6

same issues with both:

WITHOUT drivers installed my lcd screen states that I'm running in 1080p mode.

WITH any of the two drivers installed, the screen is distorded as hell! The ''best'' I can do (which is still a lot more than what I had before) is 1400X1050.

I can live with that off course, but I'd like to use the full potential of my lcd/video card combo. Anybody can help with my issue?


I'm not much of an expert on ATI cards but if I'm not mistaken I doubt an x1950 AGP card is going to be able to fill a 52'' High Def TV. Although I'm not sure what the max resolution is...it just sounds like a bad idea to me
 

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I don't have CCC installed at the moment so I can't guide you through the steps, but somewhere on the monitor properties there is a checkbox like "enable 1080p on this device" or something. Check that and it should allow it
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Is your Aquos 1080p?
 

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Try a program called powerstrip.
 
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