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Media playback of graphics cards analysed

Posted on Sunday, September 23 2007 @ 18:30:50 CEST by


Earlier this week X-bit Labs took a look at how high-end, mainstream and entry-level graphics cards perform during media playback:
High-definition video on PC has become very widely spread over the past couple of months: full-HD monitors are currently available for $500, Blu-Ray optical drives sell at about $250, and the leading graphics processor developers are already offering inexpensive chips that are promised to free the CPUs completely from video-data decoding. But is it all as simple as it seems? Let’s try to find out together!
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