Started by mugenmidget, March 05, 2010, 01:50:32 AM
Quote from: mugenmidget on March 05, 2010, 07:15:11 AMThank you very much, that should make things a lot easier for me. I appreciate it. My only question then is what damage can be caused by routing a normal VGA signal (with the 31 kHz horizontal refresh rate) with the higher resolution as well? Isn't that sort of like sending 480p to the PVM (which it doesn't support AFAIK)? I have tried to find a precedent of that with the PVM but I couldn't get a clear idea of what would happen.In other words, should I only plug in my cable once I'm booted into Windows and the resolution is changed through Soft kHz? For the time being that's what I'll be doing, but I was just curious if there was a more elegant solution for the nVidia card so I didn't have to swap?
Quote from: mugenmidget on March 06, 2010, 05:43:16 PMIs that diagram contradicting the table above it or am I looking at it wrong? I think maybe that there was a slight error made and the optional grounding of pin 2 is shown on pin 3 instead, which shifted over the H-Sync and RGB as well. If that's not the case then let me know.And thank you for letting me know about the effects of sending the VGA signal, I'll try and wait until everything is booted up before turning on the TV.
Quote from: c0dehunter on August 02, 2012, 02:20:43 PMOK, I manage to have the person who originally made me the cable, also make the small circuit and implement it right in the 25pin housing, and guess what? It WORKS! It is a beauty to behold! (although compared to my 13" Commodore 1084S-D1, it would take time to adjust to its nice 20" size!)Thank you all for your kind comments which made this project a success! I will post images shortly!Thanks again.
Quote from: sabravof on April 13, 2017, 01:52:05 AMHi, i just register because i want to build the same cable. Can you tell me which circuit are you talking about?. The link http://www.assemblergames.com/forums/showthread.php?45347-PS2-POPS-stuff&p=770548&viewfull=1#post770548 is dead.Thanks in advice