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SHAW_WAR10CK

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  1. Yeah i guess thats odd, about refresh rates both supports 60hz and i set them to 60hz.
  2. At 1360x768 Desktop Color depth :- Highest 32-bit Output Color Depth :- 8pc(in use) and 12bpc Output color format :- RGB(in use) and YCbCr422 and YCbCr444 Output dynamic range :- Full(in use) and Limited (set as default for YCbCr422 and YCbCr444 At 1920x1080 exactly the same Desktop Color depth :- Highest 32-bit Output Color Depth :- 8pc(in use) and 12bpc Output color format :- RGB (in use) and YCbCr422 and YCbCr444 Output dynamic range :- Full(in use) and Limited (set as default for YCbCr422 and YCbCr444
  3. Hey Guys, I am using my telivision as monitor for 4 months now, 2 days ago when changed my resolution from 1360x768 (native resolution, 16:9 ratio) to 1920x1080 (overscanning, Screen Fit). I found a weird change in color settings. Green color was more dense and my eyes were straining a bit. Can u explain why is this happening and is there a way to solve this color change problem without change my resolution back to its native Resolution. Hardware : TV :- Samsung TV (LA32D450G1) Graphics Driver :- Nvidia Latest Driver Graphics Card :- Zotac GTX 1050ti 4gb Single Fan Using a HDMI port for the TV. Thank You!
  4. First Download will be at default internet speed ?
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