somehow i typo-ed 430 at the top of my post
NVIDIA Corporation GF108 [GeForce GT 430] - so there is no more confusion about what the GPU is
which desktop environment are you using
and what does this command give you
Using HDMI and DVICode:glxinfo | grep OpenGL | head -4
1920x1080 60Hz HDMI
1600x900 60Hz DVI
if there is a way to lower the resolution on the HDMI one to 1600x900 i could use cloned output
i know this is working the card like a horse but it works
Last edited by pqwoerituytrueiwoq; October 7th, 2012 at 01:46 AM.
HDMI doesn't mean you have to use 1920X1080, open your NVDIA-SETTINGS and set your monitor to 1600X900.
the second monitor is 1920x1080_60 (happens to be a tv connected by hdmi)
both screens are the same aspect ratio the tv does not list 1600x900 in the supported resolution list
if there was a way to make it scale a 1600x900 res to fit the tv i could use a cloned display as a workaround for the issue
another workaround i found would be switching monitors back and forth using disper