Does a 7600 Gt PCIE have bad component out !!!

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Home Theatre Guy, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. Does a 7600 Gt PCIE have bad component out !!!

    7600 Gt PCIE has bad component out !!!

    I just bought a new system and i'am using a Gigabyte 7600 Gt PCIE as
    my gaming and HTPC card. Its conected to a Toshibia 86cm HD 86cm Crt
    TV, which has 720 and 1080i. I am in Australia.

    The 7600 Gt PCIE is the Silent Pipe 2 version GV-NX76T256D-RH.

    My problem is the picture on the Tv is out of focus and just weird.
    The picture like its interlaced and its out of focus and text is not
    crisp. I know what it should look like as my 6600 Gt AGP i upgraded
    from in my old system worked like my TV was a monitor, quality wise.

    I was just wondering if anyone else is useing a 7600 Gt PCIE as a HTPC
    card and or Gameing card and or both and have noticed anything ??

    I was thinking its just a faulty card and get a replacment, but then
    again different companies have different quality. I think i should
    have stuck with Leadtec, though i got coned with that Silent Pipe 2
    and the silence it gives

    Thanks for any feedback, I realy need some help. I just got this new
    system after years of using a Barton 2500, New Cpu Intel E6400 and i
    realy realy want to use it. At the moment i can't evn look at the
    screen for very long


    /PS i have tried different drivers but, still the same. Anything else
    i could try ?

    /PS2 Yes i'am using Component and 720p mode and Component is my only
    HD connection on my TV.

    Thanks again.
    Home Theatre Guy, Oct 31, 2006
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  2. Home Theatre Guy

    Ziuve Guest

    How did you connected TV. Did you followed instructions from manual???
    Page33 Connecting to a HDTV
    Ziuve, Nov 2, 2006
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