|Originally posted by venm11|
Why would you run the GWII at 1280x720? It's native resolution is 1365x768, which is a fairly standard mode. Note also that ATI cards can only do resolutions in increments of 8; you might want to go with an nVidia card because the GWII might not recognize any nearby modes that the ATI card does support (1365 and 1366 are not divisible by 8).
How does 1280x720 look, anyway? I've noticed the scaler in the GW leaves alot of jaggies and dithering artifacts.
|Originally posted by RAJH|
I recommend a component connection over the DVI connection. I've tried both and found that component allows more resolution choices. With the ATI dongle I can display 640x480P, 1152x648 (720P) and 1776x1000i with no overscan. 1152x648 and 1776x1000i fill the screen.
Has anyone tried using a scaler to convert PC display resolutions such as 1280x1024 to the native 1366x768 resolution?
|Originally posted by llama|
motjes2 (or anyone),
The PixelPerfect and Matrox Parhelia video cards support custom resolutions. Specifically they support 1366x768. Has anyone tried one of these cards before with any luck?