On 5/4/07, Ted Mittelstaedt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Victor Engmark
> It "works" in the sense that I get the correct dimensions,

Then it is working.  Your done, quit diddling with it.

> but
> I'm unsure as
> to whether I risk frying the card or screen

You cannot fry either.  An LCD panel has a computer that will take a
range of vert and horz sync frequencies.  As I already mentioned these
frequencies are meaningless with an LCD, since the display chip merely
them to what the LCDs in the panel actually need.  It is more expensive to
make a display chip that takes extremely high frequencies and since they
aren't needed for LCD that is why the display chips in the panels do not
accept as high frequencies as a really high quality crt will.

Alright, I'll take your word for it. Thanks to everybody who contributed!

Victor Engmark
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