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HDCP compatible graphics card roundup

Posted on Monday, November 20 2006 @ 06:23:44 CET by LSDsmurf


AnandTech takes a look at HDCP compatible video cards from ATI and NVIDIA:
The next-generation movie format wars have begun and although we're far away from crowning a winner, both formats do share one thing in common: codecs. Both Blu-ray and HD-DVD support video content encoded in high-bitrate MPEG-2, H.264 or Microsoft's VC1 format, and decoding any of those formats can be extremely taxing on even the fastest modern day CPUs. GPU makers have been hard at work on offloading as much off the decoding pipeline as possible, and although we're still a couple generations away from full GPU offloaded H.264 decoding there is progress being made today..




 



 

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