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Old 2007-07-14, 23:32   Link #1
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Question CoL0rs........

well i have a full hd support monitor and my system supports a 32 mb video card. The problem is that when i try to put it on 32- bit mode it only shows 24...


my video card supports 32 bit . why is it only 24?????


really complicated stuff.....
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Old 2007-07-15, 00:01   Link #2
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32mb of Vram? Well i guess in higher resolution, the number of color supported by a graphic card is decreasing. Full HD means 1920x1080 right? I think 32MB of Vram is a little bit (maybe way) too small for it...

Anyway can you state your monitor and graphic card type? Don't tell me it's onboard/shared memory...
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Old 2007-07-15, 00:25   Link #3
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my monitor is a Samsung 19"in monitor. My vram tells me that it is suppose to shows 32 bit of resolution. but instead it only shows 24.
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Old 2007-07-15, 00:45   Link #4
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Umm... that's why i'm asking you your monitor type, and you vga card type...

Anyway is that true that there's full HD 19" monitor? I mean is it really 1920x1080 pixels? My new viewsonic 17" widescreen only shows 1440x900...
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Old 2007-07-15, 07:41   Link #5
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The memory may not support all combinations of resolutions and "pixel depth" (number of colors) that the card can theoretically generate. Others may object, but I don't see much reason for more than 24-bit color since most studies shows humans can't detect more colors than that. I'd just use the highest resolution available at that depth.
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