Fujitsu Siemens Myrica V40-1

MyricaV40.jpg
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The surround speaker system is by Fujitsu Siemens as well.

Macro photo of pixelmapping:

All artifacts created by Macro photo process: Picture/Pixels perfectly clear IRL.
Since this is an ultra closeup photo you see the red/green/blue subpixels clearly.

Pixelmap.jpg
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The picture shows the Mark Rehjon test pattern and part of an overlaying window
The resolution sent by the graphics card is 1360x768 and the screen correctly leaves 3 pixels unused on each side.

Advanced timings in NVidia driver

Access via normal Screen Properties > Settings > Advanced > Geforce 7800 pane > Screen resolutions & refreshrates > Advanced Timings

AdvancedTimings.bmp
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I had nothing but trouble until I found these timings in a german MCE forum

During my experiments I even had the V40-1 showing a pixel mapped screen, that used all 1366 pixels (and overscanned a few pixels on each side) but unfortunately I can not recreate that just now.

Example of screen

The picture below is an analog 4:3 cable TV signal shown by the built in tuner

Of course artifacts are created during the photo process. ie. the logo on the button of the Myrica is not very clear

Pixelmap.jpg
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tjens 2006.04.10