k, story= have ati hd5750 card w/ insignia 26 1080p lcd. used hdmi cable, games looks great but desktop and texts on websites look jagged and out of focus, I tried to manipulate settings w/ catalyst and settings through lcd w/ no luck. changed to vga cable. installed it w/ success. words are softer and smooth and games still look email@example.com....i can see the refreshing now.again i tried to manipulate all types of settings through catalyst.w/ no luck. so i bought a "better" vga cable. and installed it.but the computer doesnt recognize lcd now and max resolution is 1600x1200@60hz. and i tried to manipulate settings/ resolution w/ no luck. put old cable back on and its recognized w/ 1920x1080@60hz,put new one back and it doesnt recognize.soooo, are there different vga type cables and how can you tell the difference(besides the pins)?
any help is much appreciated.. sorry for lengthy story.thanx
actually, most 1080p screens run at 1920x1080. But a 26", i would think it's 1080i or 720p or 1366x768. I have hooked many different PC's and laptops to the LCD TV's I have and setting the native res of the TV/PC looks great.
So that display does run at 1920 x 1080, is the cable you are using VGA or something else? You would get better quality with DVI at least, or HDMI. If your PC does not have a DVI connector, you can improve your quality by getting a cheap video card that does.