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11-21-05, 06:25 PM
My monitor is a old hunk of sh!t that supports a max res of 1024x768 @60hz but I was messing around with the drivers the other day and i tried these settings and they actually worked. I have tried higher res's before but it never worked but this time it did. I watched the fifth element in 720p and it worked fine. I was just wondering if these settings are fataly harming my monitor because I have little hopes of obtaining another before christmas,
Is your monitor widescreen?? I'm not sure how you are able to view a wide aspect ratio with a standard 4:3 monitor.
11-21-05, 07:51 PM
I've seen this before. I have an analog LCD rated at 1024x768 native resolution, but somehow it is usable at 1280x768 set within NVIDIA drivers. I have no explanation, unless the analog section is somehow compressing the signal to fit within the hardware's actual resolution.
11-21-05, 08:06 PM
But wouldn't it still just look like this? (all squished)
yea, but still how can you view widescreen on a 4:3 monitor, any pics of it in action?
11-21-05, 09:56 PM
its not really widescreen i guess it is just all squished it fills the entire screen though
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