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HDMI resolution problem with HD 6900 Series!

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Last response: in Graphics Cards
December 23, 2012 7:16:31 PM

Hello folks :D 

I am currently facing a little problem with my HDMI to HDMI connection from my PC (Lucid AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series) and my old HDTV (LG 32 LC52-ZC).

I think that the resolution of my TV is 1366x768 but when connecting with HDMI cable, I have a 1360x768 resolution.

But my problem is that colors are a little bit dull on desktop, but extremely faded in-games (it's almost grey) and in 1080p resolution colors are blinding and extremely shiny (if I may say, I hope you get the point)!

I thought that DVI or VGA would be better, I don't know, waiting for your advices! :sarcastic: 

Thanks ;) 

More about : hdmi resolution problem 6900 series

December 23, 2012 8:02:58 PM

Right click your desktop and open AMD VISION Engine control center there are different display options that you could try change to achieve what you want.
December 23, 2012 8:05:59 PM

In your Catalyst Control Center, Common Display Tasks, Detect Displays. This should help. Probably DVI would work better on an old HDTV because hdmi standards may not have been finalized when it was built.
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December 23, 2012 8:09:55 PM

It's a 720p HDTV I think! So DVI would be better right? My problems are mainly about color saturation/calibration and blurry texts.
December 23, 2012 10:11:10 PM

i have a 7970 and run on vga. Some people wont use vga cos they say the quality is worse but its minimal id say give that a go if dvi dont work.
December 23, 2012 10:53:40 PM

How's the overall image quality with VGA on your 7970?