I previous was using a Viore LC37VF55 LCD TV with my Dell Dimension 8400 (which I had upgraded with a eVGA GeForce 8600GT. When I use that computer, my monitor shows in the NVIDIA Control Panel as "1080p, 1920 x 1080 (native)" which me and my wife love. The text is crisp.
I just built a computer that is using the exact same Viore LC37VF55 LCD TV, but the new rig is custom built and uses an eVGA GeForce GTX650. When I use this new computer, my monitor shows in the NVIDIA Control Panel as "720p, 1280 x 720 (native)" which me and my wife dislike. The text is blurry. I used the "Adjust desktop size and position" to set the size of up to 1842 x 1036. That looks best, but the text is still below the crispness of the old computer.
I also want to add that I'm using a DVI (connects to video card) to HDMI (connects to TV) cable.
How can we fix this? I just built the computer, and I used the newest video drivers from the eVGA web site on Sunday. Should I load older drivers? What other suggestions can you give to fix this problem?
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I did try using the Screen Resolution settings built into Windows 7 Ultimate. In fact I tried that before I delved into the NVIDA control panel. I didn't realize that this card was only released last month until just now. I never intended to be an early adopter.