Sorgelig wrote:Cores usually have low resolutions with 200-300 lines wile HDMI output has 720 lines. So, original resolution upscaled using bicubic interpolation. 720 lines almost always is not multiple of original resolution, that's why it's impossible to map original pixels 1:1, that's why some filtering is required.
Use VGA output and find a special monitor supporting all those non-standard resolutions if you are so sensitive to filtering.
toromand wrote:Windows SD Install Tool is showing "Update package incorrect", even after Wipe. Install options are "grayed". Any ideas?
toromand wrote:In the second attempt I managed to get my newly assembled vertical 3.1 memory module pass 150MHz test. Should I consider this enough, or should I try to achieve 167? Is it important and are there any consequences?
NegSol wrote:I use to go back to menu shift-alt-ctrl before switching cores. Maybe that will solve your issues. Core switch in other cores sometimes does not work and sometimes ends up on a black screen for me too.
gagadagatika wrote:toromand wrote:I have not seen any Board yet that could keep the 167 MHz memtest Green for long.
toromand wrote:I'm having some strange behavior with the latest release from Github. (SD created with the Linux tool)
My keyboard is now not detected on startup I think most of the time (I have to plug it out and in 'live' to get ut to work.
Sorgelig wrote:Also try to use USB hub with external power.
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