Video technology hasn’t been quite as in parallel, however. True AV hardware has been using high-definition component and HDMI technology for some time, while the best that HTPC’s could manage was S-Video. So the options have been to either get a TV which could take RBG/DVI inputs, or put up with a lower quality video signal. Luckily, graphics card manufacturers have addressed this imbalance, with new units hitting the market which support high-definition HDMI standards.
Read on over at TweakTown.
Three HDMI Graphics Cards Tested on LCD TV
Posted on Thursday, Nov 02 2006 @ 05:19 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck