HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) 2 (1080i)
R/F in 2(air/cable)
Component (Y/Pb/Pr) in (1080i/720p/480p/480i):1
S-Video in 1
Composite Video input 1
PC input 1
Sound monitor out 1
Headphone out 1 side
Optical sound out 1
RS232C MP3 connection 1 (RS232C, not for system control)
along with this:
EVGA 256-P2-N624-AR GeForce 7900GS 256MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 KO Video Card
Im currently using my LCD's VGA connector which looks alright at its max resolution of 1360x768 except alot of the thing such as Aim boxes and winamp come out pretty big. Then I read about people going DVI from their video card to the LCD's hdmi using a DVI to HDMI adapter. So I picked one up and tested it out. I get a signal and windows fills the screen quite well with not too much appearing off screen. However it looks like crap. Sort of like what a video game system would look like plugged into a computer tv tuner using component cables.(if you know what that looks like) Am I doing something wrong? Or is this not possible.
Any help or redirection to another post would be appreciated.
what resolution is the computer set to with the dvi-hdmi?
i have my htpc hooked up dvi-hdmi to my 720p/1080i set and it looks fine (after some tweaking).
I set my resolution to 1080i HD format in the nvidia control panel and then under overscan adjustments i went to "underscan wizard" (or something to that effect) and dragged the image to fill as much as my screen as possible.
also, just to make sure, when you say your Samsung has a PC input do you mean vga or dvi? it's prolly vga but if it's actually dvi you should try to go dvi-dvi from ur pc.