I am using the HDMI format with an ATI Radeon HD4670 1080p full HD card on a Samsung P2370HD 23-Inch Full 1080p HDTV LCD Monitor with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080, 32 bit color, and the scaling as low as I can get it without cropping anything from being viewed. The text was perfectly readable when I was using a DVI video interface but I was having problems with the onboard sound on my old motherboard (Realtek AC97).
Below I have posted the HDMI cable specs (it is brand new):
• Length: 6 feet
• Manufacturer: Craig
• Stamped with the official "HDMI High Speed with Ethernet" seal of approval
• Stamped with the with "X.V.Colour" seal
• supports HDMI Ethernet Channel
• Internet Connection sharing
• Transferring High Definition Video Signal up to 1080p
• Transferring Multi-Channel Digital Audio Signals
• Dolby True HD
• DTS-HD Master
• 4K Gold plated HDMI plugs
• Designed for HDTV components
• Made in China, June 2010
• No gauge or HDMI version given but sounds close to v1.3 or v1.4
I have put so much emphasis on the cable specs only in that this is the second cable I have used. The graphics resulting from the use of my first HDMI cable initially looked crumby like what I am seeing now but then my HDMI connection was lost altogether. I would switch back to DVI if not for the problems I have interfacing the graphics card’s onboard sound (7.1 surround) with the motherboard’s onboard sound (5.1 surround).
Does anybody have any suggestions of what I can do to improve the way the text appears?
Edited by Pathos, 20 March 2011 - 06:47 AM.