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Intel graphics drivers can pump out custom resolutions but they require a VESA DTD (Detailed Timing Descriptor). What's a reasonable one for 1360x768@60Hz (the highest resolution accepted over VGA by my Toshiba TV)?

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By plugging in the 1360x768 modeline from the mythtv wiki's modeline database

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This works for our EEE PC and looks noticeably better than 1280x768. Calculated by and inserted into the registry with the DTD Calculator. – joeforker Jul 27 '09 at 19:21
Could use a little adjusting, the right side of the image is not picked up by the monitor. – joeforker Aug 19 '09 at 19:27

I haven't tested it myself, but here is what I've found: DTD Calculator.

And here is how to use it.

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