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Technoholic 05-25-09 12:47 PM

EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
Any significant difference in between DVI and HDMI specifically for EVGA GTX 280?

I got Vizio 32" Full HD 1080P.

I tried simple search by keyword "HDMI" in GTX 200 Series forum, and don't find anything unless I didn't look in deeper...

jAkUp 05-25-09 01:04 PM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
No difference unless you plan to pass the audio over HDMI.

Technoholic 05-25-09 04:26 PM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
Thanks Jacob. =)

john19055 05-26-09 06:50 AM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
Does it look good on the Vizio 32" Full HD 1080P,I have a 42" Vizio Full HD 1080p and I have been tempted tp run my computer with it ,since it has all the connection I need.

Technoholic 05-26-09 10:28 AM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
Not ultra sharp, but it looks REAL REAL good. =) No problem during game play as well.

WeReWoLf 05-26-09 06:36 PM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
I've been running my computer on my LG 42" LCD @ 1080p, looks as sharp as a monitor.

Technoholic 05-26-09 07:20 PM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
Yeah, actually, the text like this one you're reading is actually sharp as well.

AdamK47 06-18-09 01:05 PM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
There's no interference with a digital connection. You also get a sharper display since the pixels are mapped 100% accuratly to the panel. No need for an auto adjust. Digital sound over HDMI is much cleaner than what you would get from the analog PC sound input. I have two GTX 280s in SLI and have my X-Fi connected to the primary GTX 280 for sound over HDMI. The main advantage with a digital video and sound connection is a cleaner signal.

XDanger 06-18-09 01:17 PM

Re: EVGA GTX280 HDMI
 
My TV outputs a nasty crackle when the picture output isnt enabled over hdmi, Is that normal or because my TV doesn't know to switch off the sound (because its cheap).


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