[mythtv-users] Vizio LCD native resolution problem over DVI->HDMI
hobbes1069 at gmail.com
Mon May 12 19:18:23 UTC 2008
On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Joe Votour <vulturej at vulturesnest.net> wrote:
> Quoting Richard Shaw <hobbes1069 at gmail.com>:
> > I'm currently using a VGA cable from a KVM to get 1360x768 at 60. The
> > native resolution is 1366x768 but apparently Nvidia card need the
> > resolution to be divisible by 8. I'm trying to get the DVI->HDMI cable
> > working but I've run into a couple of issues.
> > I can get X/Nvidia to validate a mode for "1360x760_60" but the TV
> > says there is no signal. If I change it to "1280x720_60" then it works
> > fine. It seems strange that the driver thinks it's fine but the TV
> > will not display a resolution that works fine over VGA. The only
> > ValidationMode option I'm using is the "NoNativeWidthCheck" or
> > something like that.
> > I'd really like to take the crappy VGA cable out of the equation. Any Ideas?
> > Thanks,
> > Richard
> Odds are your Vizio (like mine) will allow you to do full 1080p
> (1920x1080) over the HDMI port. I would not even bother with the
> 1360x760 resolution (and in fact, it may not even be supported).
> -- Joe
Hm... It was not advertised as a 1080p TV. The manual does state that
the native resolution is 1366x768 and even has dot clock rates,
horizontal and vertical scan rates, etc in the manual. It just seems
strange that it works (@1360x768) over VGA but not HDMI.
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