Published on 19th December 2005 by
HDMI and HDCP are next generation connectivity standards. HDMI is a plug type - it's basically a replacement for DVI. It's smaller, and is allows for the HDCP protocol to be transferred along the cable between the graphics card and the display
Originally Posted by Da_Rude_BaboonDVI can also transmit HDCP signals and is interchangeable with HDMI. HDMI can also carry audio signals as well as video making it more a like to the european SCART socket.
Trying to play back H.264 high definition content on even a high-end PC system - such as as 3.6GHz Pentium 4 - will result in dropped frames left, right and centre.
Originally Posted by truekishinOff topic sidenote: HOW can a 7800 (or any piece of computer hardware for that matter) look "gangster" :|
Originally Posted by NatureAccording to the Inquirer: http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=28311
(and several other sites) The X1800 should be out soon, to answer my own question....
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