Originally Posted by cpcat
Native resolution (1365 x 768) is easy via HDMI on this display as is 1:1 mapping. Here's an excerpt from my earlier post:
Well, I've been "working" hard all day.
I found that 1:1 mapping was a snap. I was making it too hard. Here are the timings (obtained from NEC secondhand) via Lumagen VisionHDP through HDMI:
VTOT 788 HTOT 1526
VACT 768 HACT 1365
VSYN 4 HSYN 50
VFRN 4 HFRN 51
V freq. 60.00 Hz
H freq. 47.20 Hz
Make sure RGB select in setup menu is set to "auto"
Disable orbiting in PDP saver menu
Set image adjust values all to zero.
That's it. Double check signal info in the menu and it should read 1365 x 768 and memory 18.
V-line and H-line patterns via the Lumagen test patterns are perfect one-pixel rows.
Hmmm... I am glad you got this to work! However, i tried these settings and the monitor won't sync... ugh.
Here are my actual powerstrip settings:
PowerStrip timing parameters:
Generic timing details for 1365x768:
HFP=51 HSW=50 HBP=60 kHz=47 VFP=4 VSW=4 VBP=12 Hz=60
VESA detailed timing details:
PClk=72149.00 H.Active=1365 H.Blank=161 H.Offset=35 HSW=50 V.Active=768 V.Blank=20 V.Offset=4 VSW=4
Linux modeline parameters:
"1365x768" 72.149 1365 1416 1466 1526 768 772 776 788 +hsync +vsync
What's interesting is that when i switch to this video mode, the panel sees it ok (shows 1365x768 memory 18), but no image will display. I tried putting it in standby, then taking it out of standby, but no luck. FYI - I'm doing this from a HTPC w/ an NVIDIA 6600GT DVI -> HDMI.
Who did you talk to to get these settings?