|01-13-03, 10:57 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2002
Is there any driver,utility or hack that will convert the selectable
resolutions in games to enable the output of any geforce card
to a widescreen tv without stretching?
Any time I select 16:9 on my tv using my gf3, the game looks
stretched, making the games characters look squashed!
Its a pain in the a*se having to play games this way after GPU
manufacturers having been claiming "cinema quality graphics"
for years now, howabout the aspects to go with it?
Any help, sudgestions would be most welcomed.
P.S I'm using WINXP and S-Video connections.
|01-13-03, 11:35 AM||#2|
Apple user. Deal with it.
Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: The 'burbs, IL USA
This is a double post. Some mod wanna shut down this thread or the other one in the detonator forum?
FYI, Jackson, it's bad forum ettiquite to double post. Make one post - if it's in the wrong place, a mod will move it and leave a redirect.
Scratch double post - this is a triple header. There's another one in the NVIDIA forum.
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