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  1. For the longest time when using RGB devices (such as my CFW PS3) I could not adjust the settings.

    That has now changed thankfully with a firmware update, but sadly 480p, (for playing PS2 games on my CFW PS3)
    had some pixels cut horizontally on both sides and has been replaced with a more stretched resolution to cover what was cropped.

    Why would they do this? It makes no sense whatsoever. It isn't much that was cropped, but I now some of the text on the side cannot
    be seen.

    For example: Since my PS3 has CFW, I can play a good amount of PS2 games via the built-in emulator, and it has a mod that allows you
    to monitor the PS3's temp while running but now part of that is cropped out thanks to their incompetence.

    Edit: This seems to be an issue when PS2 games on PS3 internally switch to 480p, as in 720x480p widescreen. The screen is fine when the game is in 640x480i internally.
    Last edited by 60fpshacksrock; 12th Oct 2022 at 15:43.
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