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HDMI Is Fuzzy/Horrible ??

  1. #21


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    64-bit Windows 10


    Quote Originally Posted by Mystere View Post
    What model TV is it? We can look up what the actual resolution is.
    It's 1440 x 900.

    CompUSA.com | LC195SL9 | Sylvania 19 Wide LCD HDTV 2x HDMI

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  2. #22


    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mystere View Post
    What model TV is it? We can look up what the actual resolution is.
    It's 1440 x 900.

    CompUSA.com | LC195SL9 | Sylvania 19 Wide LCD HDTV 2x HDMI
    Have you tried it on its VGA input? (If you can)
    I would bet you get the correct res and no blur on the VGA. I had a similar problem with post processing with hdmi on an older Samsung TV. Where I could get native res on the VGA input (no processing) but blurred text on the HDMI even when I forced the native res (processed)
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  3. #23


    I can only do 1400x1050 and higher but it doesnt let me do 1140x900

    also what exactly is VGA?

    i really want my computer to look neat :c
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  4. #24


    Wait I do have a VGA cable and all that?
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  5. #25


    Quote Originally Posted by FuturDreamz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Hello Mansonx,

    Since you have AMD graphics, you might play with the scaling options a bit to resize the display of the selected TV, then click on Apply. I have the steps numbered in order in the screenshot below to help. You may or may not need to use 4, so try with and without to see how you like it.


    Attachment 10619


    Hope this helps,
    Shawn
    I'm not sure if that works. I've had a problem where my 42" TV automatically underscans anything transmitted over HDMI, and fiddling with he scanning on my computer just gave me a blurry picture. Using VGA solved the problem, but made my Bluray drive useless.
    won't let me do number 2 i can't select a tv?!
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  6. #26


    UPDATE: I put my VGA cord and LOOKS SMOOTH PERFECT not HD or anything
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  7. #27


    Posts : 1,127
    Windows 8.1 Pro


    1280X720 and above is still considered "HD".

    VGA almost ensures that you have no postprocessing of the video input. So if your monitor is 1440x900, set your Windows resolution to that resolution. That's the best you can do. Besides the graphics card tweaking I mentioned and the adjustment of cleartype.

    If after you choose VGA, set the 1440x900 resolution, do the graphics setting adjustments, and do the cleartype adjustment, and you still get a blurry image, then maybe it's just a bad TV. Remember, for HDMI, on that input select "game" mode.
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  8. #28


    I have it set to 1280x786

    it does look a whole lot better using HDMI just the text seems kinda fuzzy.

    how do i put it in GAME MODE?
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  9. #29


    Posts : 1,127
    Windows 8.1 Pro


    game mode is a TV setting. we don't have your TV instruction manual so you'll have to figure it out. your TV will have a number of modes. a default mode which is basic processing. some other processing modes are like a theater mode, a sports mode, a video mode. each of these modes are to make the picture look better for that type of event. there should be a game mode.

    game mode was created because a lot of gamers complained that there was input latency (the delayed action between when you moved the game controller and when the result appeared on the screen). this latency was due to the time it took the TV to process the image and then show the image on the TV screen. game mode removes most of the processing so that the picture appears faster on the screen. this is why you want game mode for a computer because you don't want the TV's video processor to determine how your PC output should look like.
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  10. #30


    UGH so confused but all i see on my tv info screen it says

    HDMI

    1080i HD 16:9
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