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Author Topic: Soft-15KHz - slim new tool for 15KHz on normal vga cards  (Read 418743 times)

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Re: Soft-15KHz - slim new tool for 15KHz on normal vga cards
« Reply #2400 on: July 18, 2017, 08:26:43 pm »
I'm trying to run a GTX 1060 /W10 with the 2nd display connected to a B&O MX4000 using the UMSA. Does anyone know if that is even possible? The Nvidia Control Panel gives me complete control of custom timings but the closest I can get it is a split screen on 540*480i. 
Split screen as in side-by-side identical images? That means you're getting 480p out of the GPU, not 480i. AFAIK there's no way to get 480i or other 15kHz modes out of an Nvidia GPU anywhere near as new as yours while using Windows. You can type what you want into the NVCP, but the driver won't deliver lower than 31kHz/480p. Linux might be another story. Sorry!


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Re: Soft-15KHz - slim new tool for 15KHz on normal vga cards
« Reply #2401 on: February 23, 2019, 06:28:25 pm »
Seeing that the ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro is supported, is there any possibility of hooking up an iMac (2007) with a VGA output adapter to SCART? From Sweden so our CRT's support RGB scart.

Pretty unfamiliar with this topic still as I just acquired this computer, but figured I'd throw a quick question here before I delve too deeply into how to get analog signals from certain video cards.