I'm going to toss this thing out of a moving car, and the video card or software may not even be the issue at hand. So I'll try my best to explain, articulately as I can, what the problem is.
My new computer (this one, the one I'm having trouble with) came with a GeForce GT 730 Video Card and it's been updated with the 361.91 Driver. I'm running it via HDMI Cable into a 1920x1080 LCD TV. The Video Card Driver and Windows are set to the same resolution of 1920x1080 (which is native to the LCD TV).
And everything onscreen looks like complete crap.
Everything from pixelated images and text, colors that appear to be over-saturated and almost painted on, to ultra sharp, dark, blurred edges and double vision on stuff like peoples outlines and hair on streaming videos.
My old computer had a GeForce GTX 260, outdated hardware, and it ran everything perfectly on the same LCD TV using a DVI to VGA Cable. This computer's specs are superior and yet, it's a horror show.
I've tried switching to using a VGA Cable, a different HDMI Cable, different settings in the video card software, DELL Service Support, updating the firmware on my LCD TV, different settings on my LCD TV, witchcraft and white magic. Nothing works.
All I can think of is that there are all these 3D Settings in my Video Card Software. Things almost look like my computer is trying to process visuals the wrong way and therefore make it look horrible. That's all I can think of for now.
So please chime in with any insight or suggestions you may have because like I said earlier, this things going to fly out the window!