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Which video card fro LCD TV use...

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by dancin, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. dancin

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    I've got a Mitsubishi MD30LCD. Had been running my PC through it via the DVI connector, native resolution of 1280*768 coming through crystal clear.

    Unfortunately my graphics card has failled (Radeon 9600XT) and am looking at getting a replacement, and using the opportunity to upgrade to a better card.

    I've put a GeForce MX440 in as a stop-gap. It has no DVI, and the image quality at 1280*768 is terrible.

    So I'm looking for some advice.

    The cards in my price range are a Sapphire 9800 Pro, or a Club3d 6600GT. Both with 128 MB, and DVI.

    The reviews I've read put the 6600GT as a more capable card, and more future proof. But given the image quality I'm getting from my stop-gap Nvidia card, I'm a little hesitant to go with the 6600GT.

    Anyone got any advice?

    Thanks
     
  2. SeanT

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    I'd get the 9800 pro, but then I have one.
    It runs my LCD beautifully via DVI at 1280x768, and my monitor just fine at 1152x864 100 Hz at the same time on VGA ;)
    Hell, it'll even output Svideo at the same time :)
     

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