Hi guys, Im new to this forum. Im from Denmark, Europe. My old 28" CRT screen died the other day, so I bought a new 37" LCD widescreen, a Hannspree 37" JT02 series. I only have a old Xbox (first version) for watching movies, but the old Xbox won't playback 720p movies and I can only connect it to the LCD screen with a RGB scart cable. But I also have a computer that I don't use anymore (always using my laptop.) My computer has the specs: CPU: Intel E2140 (I think).. Dual Core, overclocked FSB 333 (running ~2.67Ghz) RAM: 2GB DDR ram GFX: 8800 GT 512mb I guess it's ok for a HTPC that will play 720p movies? Im right now installing WinXP Prof. with service pack 3 slipstreamed. On my GFX I have DVI outputs, my LCD screen has VGA input. But I have a VGA cable and a DVI->VGA converter. Could it be "ok" for HTPC setup? Is there any special settings for the Nvidia card that I should make in Windows for a better/smoother picture on my LCD screen? EDIT: I have now installed a fresh WinXP Prof with SP3, installed nvidia driver etc. When I play a movie (divX or .mkv) the playback on my Hanspree 37" is kind og choppy, and not 100% smooth. Why is that? Is that the limitation of the VGA-out/input? Or is it my LCD flatscreen that is not so good? Is there any special settings for Nvidia that I have to do to get smooth playback? Im using VLC as a player. When playing the same divX movie from Xbox1 (with RGB scart to the LCD screen) there is no choppy and its very smooth. Please help.