PC and A tv

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  1. rakee

    rakee New Member

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    Got a PC and TV in your home.then this will sound intresting pal.Visit this page
    http://www.pcquest.com/content/Supercomputer/102082206.asp
    Now i want to know is there any Graphics card with Tv out cheaper upto 3000.What are the settings i shud do in Tv and PC.I dont want to just view movies in Tv from my pc.I also want to work in the tv display for all my needs.
     
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    1) rakee the concept is very old.. check the site as well . ... ppl are using it since ages. check the site itself .. it says
    "DVD drives come for Rs. 4000 ... " u can imagine its abt 2 yrs old right from there
    2) u cannot work on ur tv for "all ur needs"
    tv's render lines
    monitors render pixels
    they are therefore clearer ... specially for text
    u wont be able to see sh*t on ur tv and u will land up spoiling ur eyes
    for movies and games the tv "big screen" is entertainin ... but when it comes for normal pc use .... its not suggested
     
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    The refresh rate, the pixels etc.. not as good as PC monitors .. and yes you can do it so by getin a graphics card which have a TV out..
     
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    freshseasons King of my own Castle

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    And morever so we are now getting PC monitors the size of the Television ...what more do u want ???? :roll:
     
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