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If I'm using screen resolution of 800 x 600 at screen refresh rate of 60Hz from the PC and I'm using DVI-D(Single Link) which connects to TFP401. What would be the ODCK frequency?
In other words, what is the factor determines the ODCK frequency?
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In reply to Elias Villegas M.:
In reply to Saravana kumar:
Hi, recently I have faced the same conditoin like you (connect PC with 401 thru a DVI connector ,but no valid signal be dected at 401 output pins,like ODCk),could you give me some advice on how to sovle it ?
In reply to jianfeng he:
Hello,thanks for your help!
My source is a DVI signal from a PC host and till now ,I have not tried any other resolution except the default(1920*1080/60HZ).
OK，I will have a try!
But I did not find the VESA standards for 1080p.I just found a 1080p standard that is 2200(1920)*1125(1080)/60hz with the clock frequence 148.5MHZ.
Could you show me your VESA standards for 1080p?
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