Originally Posted by Manni01
Hi Le Dahu,
Yes, this mode works fine from my HTPC with a DVI to HDMI cable (nvidia 8800 GTX). DVI is 100% compatible with HDMI, so you shouldn't have any problem.
However, if you plan to use it for video (not as a desktop), it is better to chose the native resolution of the panel (1920x1080) of course. Did you try that mode?
I tried with my laptop (nVidia 7600 Go + DVI-HDMI connector) but the 1920x1200 mode is not identified.
I also tried with a destop equiped with a nVidia quadro4 XGL: same problem.
All the lower modes are working.
Is there anything to set in the PJ?
I want to check whether the 1200 lines are dispayed as seperate lines.
In the user manual I read that the number of effective lines is 1200 and the total lines are 1235.
In other words is the 1920x1200 image height on the screen higher than the 1920x1080 one or is the 1920x1200 image width less large than the 1920x1080?
That would be nice for viewing my photos (frame 3:2) since I would get 20% more pixels.
Maybe I'm totally wrong!
Would you please make the test?
After reading Craig's review I was curious to see what sensation a good gamut and gamma could deliver...
I downloaded MPC and applied a pixel shader. No more than 40 minutes!
Oh my God!!..
I first thought that my HCFR was frozen: perfect gamut at 100, 75, 50 and 25% stimuli.
saturations linearity better than +/-2.5%
True colors with my photos.
I didn't try videos since my laptop is too lazy.
In comparison, the THX mode is slightly undersaturated and really flat and dull. But difficult to explain why. It's an addition of small deviations.