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#1 SeveranceOfTime

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Posted 10 May 2010 - 07:58 PM

Still learning in on this...but here goes.

Recently bought a custom built computer (was going to build one, but found a deal on one that had some of the stuff I was looking for, particulary the MB). The system came with the XFX Radeon 4890 card (1x S-Video and 2x DVI). I'm running the system to my television, which is a Panasonic Viera TC-P46G10. The TV only has HDMI and VGA.

I was given a DVI-to-VGA adapter with the computer. Using the adapter and a VGA cable, I only get 1280x1024 resolution. One of our televisions is hooked up with a DVI-D SL - to - HDMI cable. With that cable, I can reach 1920x1200 resolution.

Is it possible to get 2560x1900 (or anything better than 1920x1200) with what I have? Upgrading the TV at this time is probably out of the question, and I'd rather not upgrade the card. Is 1920x1200 the best I'm going to get?

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Posted 11 May 2010 - 12:52 AM

the maximum resolution for a ATI 4890 is 2560 x 1600. Im not sure on this but Im pretty sure your going to need a digitial signal to achieve this, not a analog, so you will need to use a DVI to HDMI adaptor to achieve that high of a resolution. The next thing to consider is the TV itself, if the TV doesn't support 2560 x 1600, its not going to display at this resolution, you will need to find a lower resolution, one that the tv supports.

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Posted 11 May 2010 - 02:43 AM

The native resolution of a TC-P46G10 is 1920x1080. That is the greatest resolution the screen can display.

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