Wizard Posted November 16, 2005 Share Posted November 16, 2005 Fact is, the TV is locked to a specificed number of pixels set if a computer is hooked up to it via DVI or Analogue input due to it's processing chip.Using this shoddy example | | | | | | 720 1080 would be obviously bigger | | | | | | | | | | | Anything higher in the 800x600 | | | | | | Won't fit in a 720dpi setting unless specified directly via manufacturing card/system It isn't handled normally unless find some way of modifing the way your video card outputs screen resolutions to HDTVs, more specficially, you'd have to be using a DVI connector into the TV it self. Also if you do plan on doing this, I highly recommend checking the manual as it will have more information on why and why nots. It was also explained on Call for Help episode. But most 1080DPI HDTVs these days support 800x600 and higher, including 1280 × 720 (A 720DPI HDTV doesn't support it oddly). Thats important thing right there. 720 and 1080 both are excellent and both have different ways of handling single from your PC. It's a TV limation, not a pc card one. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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