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    has geforce 6800 xt latest driver installed on samsung 226bw dvi-d cable input signal but image pixel still blur and color seem to be distorted.....any suggestion for best correct setting
     
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    Are you running the LCD at it's native resolution of 1680 x 1050? If not the picture quality will not be optimal.
     
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    already set to 1680 x 1050 but image still blur, color distortion when viewing video......any details setting for my nvidia card and samsung 226bw??
     
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    Does the monitor look OK with a VGA cable or on another computer?
     
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    the monitor look ok with either VGA or DVI-D cable but all kinds of video such as video posted on youtube is very blurry and distorted.......do your Samsung 226bw LCD display image blurry and color distort when watching internet youtube video.......
     
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    YouTube video's are generally poor quality so thats not a good measure. What do DVD's or movies on your computer look like?
     
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