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HD 1080p support for PC to LCD

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i just bought a new 27" LCD TV (ACER AT2720B) and it says it supports HDTV so i connected my PC to the TV using the DVI to HDMI cable from my 7800gt(DVI connection) and i got a decent picture but i am wanting to display it in either 780p or 1080i but in the nVidia control panel it only allows for either non-HDTV format or 480p-EDTV so i tried the 480p and its [bleep] everything is massive and only like half the desktop fits on the screen so i went back to non-HDTV but would really like to enable 1080i i think the problem might lie within the fact that i'm running windows vista and the current drivers are crap and have lots of bugs etc but am not sure so please help :whistling:
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Are you getting a HDTV source?

Edited by james_8970, 29 April 2007 - 09:27 PM.

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For additional nvidia settings in vista the only thing that I have found that works is the latest version of nTune, I am not excatly sure if this will help you but it does do a good job of giving you more control over your card. Especially in the overclocking dept, but be careful I have found that things can become unstable really fast in vista!
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