youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Fri Aug 12 20:28:21 GMT 2005
Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC wrote:
> On Aug 12, 2005, at 1:52 PM, Sean wrote:
>> My display is not very sharp and I was looking for a few tips that
>> might help to cure things. I tweeked a few things and no luck. Still
>> a soft dull image. Little annoying on the eyes.
>> Is anyone running a NEC Multisync XV17+ with an Nvidia 6500 ultra
>> and getting a sharp display?
> How old is the monitor? Maybe it is just wearing out?
> Also, you can go into the monitor controls on the monitor itself and
> make certain adjustments that may help. I have not used this monitor
> so I don't know the details. But I would guess that the issues are
> HW based and not SW
>> Excerpts from my xorg.conf will give you my monitor and graphics card.
>> Section "Monitor"
>> #DisplaySize 320 240 # mm
>> Identifier "Monitor0"
>> VendorName "NEC"
>> ModelName "NEC XV17+"
>> HorizSync 31-82
>> VertRefresh 55-100
>> Option "DPMS"
>> Driver "nv"
>> VendorName "nVidia Corporation"
>> BoardName "6800 ULTRA AGP"
>> BusID "PCI:5:0:0"
> Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
> Your Web App and Email hosting provider
> chad at shire.net
You're sure that the horizontal sync, etc is right? I'm reading from a
monitor inf file for Windows that your monitor has a horizontal sync
from 31-65 kHz and a vertical sync from 55-100 kHz.
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