Originally Posted by mpgxsvcd
Can you Elaborate on what you tested. This was HDMI, right? Were you able to actually do 1920x1080 at 60FPS? How were you able to confirm it was 60FPS if that was the case? Were you able to eliminate the overscan? Is there any overscan on this set? Did you try the other inputs? Did 1080p look significantly better than 1080i or 720p?
Let me make a suggestion. Some of the information that is being asked for is not that easy to extract from windows. I'll give some pointers but I believe some of the answers to these questions will require external software (i.e. powerstrip, etc). So, if you ask someone to check out something, try to explain to them how to do so. Does that make sense?
Anyway, if you go into Display Properties->Advanced->Monitor, uncheck the box that says "Hide Unsupported Modes". WARNING: remember to go back in and change it before reconnecting your computer monitor so that you don't run it out of spec. Next, go to Display Properties->Advanced->Adapter and click the box that says "list all modes". In there, you should be able to see whether the resolution is progressive (99% are), or interlaced. I'm doing this from memory but, I beleive it will say something like "1920x1080, true color (interlaced)". That is, look for the word interlaced in the mode description.
PS. I'm swamped at work right now but I'll try to go back and answer any questions I missed later tonight. I'll also update the first post.
PSS. AVIDAV, which video card are you using. I will add it to the first post under a new compatability section. Thanks.