Hey guys, i have my PC plugged into a 32" Beko HDTV, via HDMI cable but i cant find any resolution that will work very well, e.g they are all blurry/fuzzy and some do not fit the screen including the TV's native resolution of 1366 x 768. I Would plug it in via VGA because the quality of VGA is fine for me and i have had this problem with HDTVs before with other computers and just gone over to vga but i cannot get a display on the tv via VGA for some reason.
This is what I would do in order, set resolution to native 1366*768 in nvidia control panel, then adjust size and scaling in nvidia control panel if needed, lastly adjust text using cleartype which is built into windows 7/8.
In control panael and nvidia control panel it says the recommended/nativ is 1920 x 1080 its fits the screen and is a nice size but its very blurry e.g only just can read the time down the bottom right of task bar. i found the refresh rate is set to 30hz interlaced, when i change it any higher, not interlaced the screen will flicker and on 60 hz the windows task bar will start flashing at the top of the screen.
Well i read through the entire manual and I cannot seem to find what the refresh rate is supposed to be for your tv. I'd try switching back to vga, making sure that the resolution is set to 1366*768 or less before switching to the vga cable.
set the resolution to maximum.
then right click on the desktop and select the screen resolution option.then in that window got to the advanced settings option.select the monitors tab from there and check if the refresh rate is set to 60 hz and if not click on the dropdown list and select 60hz manually.
The tv will not display any image when i select 1280*1024 (highest resolution available, the only ones i can get is 1024*768 and 800*600, the refresh rate is set to 85 in 1024*768 but in this resolution everything is way too big.
Well i plugged HDMI back in resolution such as 1920x1080 , 1600x1024 and 1600x900
all fit the screen and arte a good size but all display at 20hz interlaced, when i change it to any higher than this the screen will start to flicker, at 1920x1080 there is little flickers, but with the other its major flicking and you can barely read the screen
I put it to 1280x720 while on the HDMI cable and it seems to be the only one that is clear and not stretched although its still quite big, but it seem this is the only one i will be able to use as the others cant use higher refresh rates without flickering.