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Old 22nd December 2006, 18:36   #1
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Default Setting up HDMI on your HDTV - nVidia vs. ATI/AMD

"When you connect a computer to your TV using a digital signal like HDMI, the process isnít as seamless as connecting a dedicated piece of AV hardware, like a TV tuner or DVD player. This is because AV equipment makes automatic allowances for overscan whereas graphics cards donít. To fix this, thereís a certain amount of manual tweaking required in the driver.

I wanted to compare AMD and nVidiaís driver capabilities to get your system up and connected properly to an HDTV. The two cards used were an MSI NX7600GT Diamond Plus and Sapphire X1600 Pro HDMI. Both cards have native support for HDMI."
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