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    Quote Originally Posted by InsaneQc View Post
    the first version of 629 in my first reply has 640 x 480 True native resolution. and I want to know if the 2nd one has the same issue OR it's a real 800x600 native
    I doubt it. My 669 specs also state that 800x480 is native, but it doesn't work at all. Period. 800x600 is probably the true native resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InsaneQc View Post
    Hmm have you read the whole thread ?

    the first version of 629 in my first reply has 640 x 480 True native resolution. and I want to know if the 2nd one has the same issue OR it's a real 800x600 native
    629 and 669 are both 7" wide monitors > i think native 640x480 is impossible, there is no wide LCD panel with 4:3 pixel aspect ratio on the market. the native resolution of LCD panel should be wide like 800x480, 848x480, 1024x600 or similar - but there might be an idiot hardware limitation of the controller board where the real native resolution is not supported, only the 640x480, 800x600, etc...
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    Ok alright so I am gonna buy the 629 For DVI-D Input.... Thanks!

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    I've recently purchased a used 629 from Ebay and having problems with it as well. It displays the resolution as 640x480 for me too... I was actually able to switch to 800x480 however the monitor only displays the part of the image and the rest I need to scroll to with the mouse.
    (It seems to be working fine in 800x600 and 640x480 but the image quality is far from great because of the resizing.)
    I'm wondering if replacing the controller board on the monitor fixes the issue. Otherwise it's quite unusable, and I don't like to end up purchasing another monitor which could easily act the same way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoGa View Post
    I've recently purchased a used 629 from Ebay and having problems with it as well. It displays the resolution as 640x480 for me too... I was actually able to switch to 800x480 however the monitor only displays the part of the image and the rest I need to scroll to with the mouse.
    (It seems to be working fine in 800x600 and 640x480 but the image quality is far from great because of the resizing.)
    I'm wondering if replacing the controller board on the monitor fixes the issue. Otherwise it's quite unusable, and I don't like to end up purchasing another monitor which could easily act the same way.
    Scroll with the mouse seems like pan and scan. I think it's the operating system that does that, I can't imagine it's the monitor. What OS do you run, Windows XP?

    I don't think the monitor can do this.

    Which 629 do you have? LED or CCFL? The LED one have the panel off-center in the bezel.

    Some LED based 629 are truly screwed up in that the can not display a clean 800x480 pixel accurate. The panel resolution is 800x480 but the controller forces an internal resample to 640x480.

    I don't know about swapping controler boards, but where would you even get one and how would you know that it's better. LED controller boards and CCFL controller boards are not compatible.

    I think all or at least most 629 misreport the resolution as 640x480 on the on screen menu even if 800x480 pixels are displayed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuniorGeezer View Post
    Scroll with the mouse seems like pan and scan. I think it's the operating system that does that, I can't imagine it's the monitor. What OS do you run, Windows XP?
    Yes it's Windows XP and the LED of the monitor version running from my laptop while being tested (Nvidia 8400M GS chip). I was suspecting the OS as well but could not find any settings for this behaviour, and it only does this in 800x480, no other resolution.

    Quite dissappointing Thankfully I bought it used so did not pay the full price.

    I remember seeing replacement boards on mo-co-so or some other site but they're not cheap, above 60 bucks.

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    Ok I've found the data sheet for the display built into the monitor. Maybe somebody can figure out the correct timings and calculate a modeline for Linux?

    AT070TN83.pdf

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