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    Quote Originally Posted by heat
    The screen is awesome. It has the htiachi panel. I didn't get the touchscreen one since i already have the 7" touchscreen kit from Armen. This thing is so damn bright. 1024x768 like a champ...
    Hey Heat,

    I already have the touchkit as well, and was wondering if I could just slide it over these screens. Have you done that yet? If so, how much room in the casing is there? Did you have to shave any plastic or do anything funny? I wonder how the two touchscreens compare? I'm tempted to go ahead and order the touchscreen just to get it built in, but then again, I already know mine works... Also, if I get this new one, I'll be selling my old low-res monitor, and the installed touchscreen might bump up the price...

    - Taytay

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    taytay: Have not played with the T/S yet. I'll let you know how it works out.

    NJay: Can you supply the custom settings?? I still can't figure out how to do custom stuff in powerstrip.

    I'm having lots of driver issues (the video CLE266 in win2k..) I might just go ahead and install XP..

    --Dima

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    Right this is gonna be a biggie

    To set up custom resolutions using Powerstrip 3.37

    1) Install it
    2) From the tasktray select it, select "display profiles" and then "Configure"

    3) On the right you will see a section for Refresh Rate. Under this is hopefully A buttom labeled Advanced Timing Options. If so proceed if not then your Video Card don't support them

    4) Click on Advanced Timings Options and then on custom resolutions button.

    5) Under there you will find resolutions for 800x480p [LCD] and 1280x768p [LCD]. Add them following the onscreen instructions. If it says to reboot do so but only after adding all the ones you wish to try.

    6) You should hopefully have two new resolutions in your windows display slider bar and hence can be selected without the need for PowerStrip to even be running

    7) Select one which should hopefully display an image on the lilliput and then hit the < button to auto focus the Lilliput screen. You might be lucky and they look spot on and crystal clear. However if not then here are the timings for each resolution (from powerstrip custom timings screen) that seem to work for me. The last two I have not got right yet.

    I have comma separated them and put them into three lines for each res.
    1st line Resolution and Approx refresh rate
    2nd line Horizontal settings: Scan rate, Active, front porch, Sync Width, Back Porch, Total, Hsync
    3rd line Vertical settings: Vsync, Refresh Rate, Active, Front Porch, Sync width, Back Porch, total

    640x480@60hz
    31.453,640,24,96,40,800,-
    -,59.910,480,10,2,33,525

    800x600@60hz
    37.872,800,48,128,80,1056,+
    +,60.306,600,1,4,23,628

    1024x768@60hz
    48.248,1024,32,136,152,1344,-
    -,59.923,768,3,6,29,806

    1280x768@83hz
    66.902,1280,74,112,254,1720,+
    +,83.419,768,0,3,31,802

    800x480@72hz
    37.784,800,79,24,153,1056,-
    -,71.970,480,17,2,26,525

    800x480@60hz
    31.660,800,48,128,80,1056,-
    -,60.306,480,10,2,33,525

    Those of you who are observant may notice that the last one is most of the horizontal settings from 800x600@60hz and most of the vertical settings from 640x480@60hz. This should give perfect a image but it doesn't. Any techies out there know why

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    Right been doing some more fiddling and found that this seemed to give a better picture

    848x480@76hz
    37.872,848,19,88,101,1056,-
    +,76.201,480,1,3,13,497

    No idea why seeing as thats not the native res of the panel.

    Can anyone else try the 800x480 and 848x480 res out and see which one works best for them.

    At least this way we can build up a list of correctly formatted resolutions as these two are nigh on the right 16:9 ratio

    Ta

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    Thanks a lot for the setting. I'll give them a try. I think the CLE266 should support the advanced timings, but for me its greyed out...

    I have one more thing to try.

    This is one sexy screen though.. crisp...

    --Dima

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    Quote Originally Posted by heat
    Thanks a lot for the setting. I'll give them a try. I think the CLE266 should support the advanced timings, but for me its greyed out...

    I have one more thing to try.

    This is one sexy screen though.. crisp...

    --Dima
    Did you succeed to solve the resolution problem with CLE266?

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    Hey, does anyone have a prefferance between the Lilliput other than the fact that they happen to own one or the other? I'm torn between the two, they seem to be the 2 that are most mentioned. thanks!

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    I told earlier in several posts, that 848x480 gives best picture, I dont know why, but it has no waves, no blur, nothing.. but it is a bit contracted (on 48 pixels ;-)))... , so probably 800 is the native horiz. pixel number, I'll try tomorrow to get 800x480.

    Regarding M10K Onboard video (CLE266) - no way you can do any non-standard resolution on it, nor on XP nor on Linux, nor on nothing!! This is VIA's bad support..
    Hardware actually supports 848x480, but no driver can do that.

    I was strugling with that for a while, but gave up, even wanted to sell EPIA and get some mATX with reguar AGP and GeForce2 on it -- GeForce2 on my home PC, on AGP, worked perfectly gave any res I wanted. But fortunatelly I found in my colleague's PC PCI GeForce Video Card, and it works same as GF2 on my Home PC.
    I sacrified a PCI TV/FM Tuner though, coz there is only one PCI slot on M10K, but I'll get USB TV/FM.
    '93 Opel Vectra A with Custom Dash with 7" lilliput
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