Just got a new DVI-HDMI Cable. 8500GT > Connected to a Sony Bravia KLV-40D300A TV. Nvidia control panel tells me the native resolution is 1360x768, but i know it's a 1366x768 panel.
So i try and force it. As soon as i step over 1360x768 it auto ticks the interlace box. So i try 1366x768 @ 60hz, interlace has auto ticked (can't untick), and i get a disgusting interlaced picture which is scaled wrong. If i click advanced and manually set timings, i can untick deinterlace, but the TV says unsupported signal to each of the timing presets.
If i try 1360x768 @ 50hz instead of 60, i get unsupported signal. Same with 25hz. On the back of the panel it says 50/60hz, it has a PAL analogue tuner inside.
No idea what to do. Should i leave it at 1360x768 @ 60hz? Someone mentioned that it looked a lot smoother on their setup running at their panels native 1366 resolution.
Oh and 1280x720@50/60 is all blurry and scaled wrong, the cursor goes off the screen. Though im told using the native resolution is best since then the panel doesn't have to upscale.