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Old 06-02-07, 10:05 PM   #1
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Default Another 1080 hdmi/dvi thread

Hi i've been trying without luck to get 1080 hdmi via dvi for a few weeks now.
This thread and the numerous other threads therein is where I'm at


I was able to get a 1080i setting that the monitor recognized but it was squashed and had horizontal lines. (see code bottom of page 6 above)

nvidia-settings gui shows the monitor as EIZO PD50851TAD here are the specs:
(great buy at fries under 1200usd btw)

The max resolution from nvidia-settings is 1280x720 60hz

My setup
amd64x2 3800
Asus A8N sli deluxe mobo
Nvidia 6600 w/ dvi and component dongle
Sabayon Linux 3.4loop2 (Gentoo)
1.0-9755 drivers
2nd mon HiZ 10Q Hyundai 1280x1024

Trying to use component the resolution max was 1024 x 768 and it looked bad, shifted color and interlaced noise. I had this working on suse 10.0 but can't duplicate the results with current drivers. 100.xx- beta drivers same problem as well. Desperate.....
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Old 06-02-07, 10:45 PM   #2
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Default Re: Another 1080 hdmi/dvi thread

Forgot to attach xorg.conf and -logverbose 6 bug-report
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