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Or might have something to do with this, in which case it sounds like you owe a Sony rep a bit of an apology...

 

PS3 no longer supports HD over component

 

This is not due to Sony either, so blaming Sony is a bit pointless.

 

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Re: Doom BFG Resolution Issue

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Or might have something to do with this, in which case it sounds like you owe a Sony rep a bit of an apology...

 

PS3 no longer supports HD over component

 

This is not due to Sony either, so blaming Sony is a bit pointless.

 

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That is a good point, but I don't know if it has actually been verified for games. I had thought that this limitation was only for Blu-Ray movies and upconverted DVD movies... 

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TheUndertaker85 wrote:

Or might have something to do with this, in which case it sounds like you owe a Sony rep a bit of an apology...

 

PS3 no longer supports HD over component

 

This is not due to Sony either, so blaming Sony is a bit pointless.

 

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That is a good point, but I don't know if it has actually been verified for games. I had thought that this limitation was only for Blu-Ray movies and upconverted DVD movies... 


To be completely honest I'm not sure. By the wording it seems like its a standard for devices, not so much a specific media type. That's just my take however and I might be wrong. With a Sony support person stating that the component cables were the problem however the explanation might not be that far off. It would also explain why the OP couldn't get their resolution to even 720.

 

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Re: Doom BFG Resolution Issue

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Logical_Dolphin wrote:

TheUndertaker85 wrote:

Or might have something to do with this, in which case it sounds like you owe a Sony rep a bit of an apology...

 

PS3 no longer supports HD over component

 

This is not due to Sony either, so blaming Sony is a bit pointless.

 

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That is a good point, but I don't know if it has actually been verified for games. I had thought that this limitation was only for Blu-Ray movies and upconverted DVD movies... 


Yep ICT was enabled in new PS3s, SCE had resisted adding this system but was getting falk from BD publishers for having the Only BD player on the market With out it.

Its not present on Game BD as its part of the Video BDs anti copy systems, its only active on BDs that the publishers Chooses to enable it on. It had no effect on games when released on Japan PS3 models in 2010...

 

Extra= All domestic HD recorded 720p footage from all PS3 models are done over component SCE will not block that...

 

( Doom 3 just does not Support 1080I/p only 720p ) 

  


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It's probably time to upgrade your display, if you want more resolution options. HDTVs with HDMI connections are quite cheap these days, and should get even cheaper for the holiday season...

^^ This.

 

If you want a smaller display suitable for a desktop or small room, the PS3 3D display is currently selling for $180 at Best Buy (24" 1080p 240Hz LED, Active 3D).

 

At the other end, you can get a 60" flat panel HDTV at Walmart for under $1,000.


I'd be a bit weary about the 3D display and the reliability issues it has.

A PC monitor with more features is a good "HD on the budget" avenue, and the cost is relatively the same.

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I'd be a bit weary about the 3D display and the reliability issues it has.


A PC monitor with more features is a good "HD on the budget" avenue, and the cost is relatively the same.


I just pulled the trigger on that very purchase (but also took them up on the two year protection plan for $20 more).  We'll see how it works out.  Smiley Wink

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Re: Doom BFG Resolution Issue

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TheUndertaker85 wrote:

Or might have something to do with this, in which case it sounds like you owe a Sony rep a bit of an apology...

 

PS3 no longer supports HD over component

 

This is not due to Sony either, so blaming Sony is a bit pointless.

 

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Is that for all PS3s?  I have one of the original 40gb "phat" models, not a slim.  If that is true for all then it's really strange that I can still get 1080p out of GT5, unless it was grandfathered in.

 

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BBurgSteve wrote:

gR3yGh051 wrote:
I'd be a bit weary about the 3D display and the reliability issues it has.


A PC monitor with more features is a good "HD on the budget" avenue, and the cost is relatively the same.


I just pulled the trigger on that very purchase (but also took them up on the two year protection plan for $20 more).  We'll see how it works out.  Smiley Wink


From the store or through Sony?

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gwalum wrote:

TheUndertaker85 wrote:

Or might have something to do with this, in which case it sounds like you owe a Sony rep a bit of an apology...

 

PS3 no longer supports HD over component

 

This is not due to Sony either, so blaming Sony is a bit pointless.

 

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Is that for all PS3s?  I have one of the original 40gb "phat" models, not a slim.  If that is true for all then it's really strange that I can still get 1080p out of GT5, unless it was grandfathered in.

 


Models CECH-3000 and newer will have that standard. Starting in 2014 Blu-Ray players, which would include the PS3 I would assume, will start dropping Component ports fully.

 

If you have one of the PS3 models before CECH-3000 it does not have that standard.

 

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