HD TV Monitors and HDMI Video Cards


J

John Smith

Went looking at LCD TV's as a TV/monitor on the weekend.

Seems like HDMI is the more popular input for LCDs, rather than DVI.

There are bugger all video cards out there at the moment that have HDMI out.

So should I:

1. Restrict my choices to TV's with DVI
2. Go HDMI and upgrade to a HDMI video card once they start to roll out.
3. Not be too worried as you can get a connector for DVI to HDMI
4. Just use regular PC video outs because it doesn't really make that much
difference.
5. None of the above, the better option is:

Cheers
 
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J

jaster

Went looking at LCD TV's as a TV/monitor on the weekend.

Seems like HDMI is the more popular input for LCDs, rather than DVI.

There are bugger all video cards out there at the moment that have HDMI
out.

So should I:

1. Restrict my choices to TV's with DVI 2. Go HDMI and upgrade to a HDMI
video card once they start to roll out. 3. Not be too worried as you can
get a connector for DVI to HDMI 4. Just use regular PC video outs because
it doesn't really make that much difference.
5. None of the above, the better option is:

Cheers
I got a DVI to HDMI converter that came with my ATI card. Must be some
DVI to HDMI converters and cables out there.
 

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