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I'm planning on buying the 42" Panasonic G10 and was concerned about how good a PC source looks on it when connected via HDMI at 1920x1080.


I've previously had 1366x768 native resolution screens and when hooked up via HDMI from my ATI 5850 looked horrible, it was however scaling it from 1280x720 since my TV didn't support 1366x768 via HDMI. When I would connect it using VGA and with the resoltion set to the supported 1366x768 it looked great.


Now I notice that the G10 doesn't support 1920x1080 over VGA, I'm hesistant to buy it because of this based on by passed experience even though I know HDMI should be better. I am assuming that my HDMI issues with the 1366x768 display in the past was due to scaling, but I am not sure.


So my question is how well does the G10 perform hooked up to a PC via HDMI at 1920x1080?
 

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it look dam good. i have my 42s1 hooked up via hdmi to my 4870 and it looks really good (other then the crappy ati drives that wont feed it 1080p in dx 10 games). The text is good easy to read im typing this right now using my 42 s1. just set over scan to 0%(it defaults to 15%) in the ati drivers and get 1:1 and your good.
 

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Thanks for info.


I wasn't aware of the ATI Directx 10 issue over HDMI.


After looking into it, it doesn't sound like ATI is fixing it anytime soon. So I may just go with on of the Samsung 50" screens that support 1920x1080 via VGA as well as HDMI so I don't need to worry about ATI and their drivers.
 
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