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RGB Output to HDTV with HD3870X2

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by AphexDreamer, Oct 30, 2009.

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    I really didn't want to have to make a thread about my issue here, but ever since the newly designed CCC I can't seem to figure it out.

    Before the new CCC design I was able to hook up my HDTV via RGB cable. I would connect and get this wacky resolution which would span from the left side of the screen and pick up from the right while these violent lines would just go up and down with red green and blue interchanging. I would still at least be able to go (I Think it Was) video output or format and select all the formats my TV supported from 480i to 1080i (doesn't do 1080p) and some how managed to guess where the apply button was and hit it. That would then fix everything.

    Now with the new CCC I have no idea where or how to do this. I thought maybe it advanced and would simple work but I still get that weird crap as I sated above. I really don't know what to do and since I have used it before it only makes sense to work again.

    Any thoughts will do.
     
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    Ok the settings for Formats had just poped up and I selected them but still chaos on the screen. I think I know what I did wrong but I can't find the format selections anymore. This new CCC sucks!

    EDIT: FOUND THEM AGAIN. god...

    EDIT: FIXED! YAY!

    I used my normal monitor to configure it this time and to edit the formats you just have to go to Graphics-Desktop & Displays and right click on the display and hit configure.
     
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