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I'm looking to run an HDMI cable approximately 35' from my computer to my home theater receiver. For sake of simplicity, I'll be using cable tunnels attached to the wall, so I'm not too concerned about the best solution being ''future-proof,'' just how to get the best bang for my buck right now. So far I've found my options are:
- a ...
I'm not sure if this should be here or under the Xbox section or here, and I realize this may have been answered before if that's the case please link me to the answer.
So I want to hook my Xbox 360 up to computer monitor but while trying to learn more about it ''...and then plug it into your speakers'' was in every explanation I ...
Hello everyone I'm looking for a a video card with four out puts (preferable one HDMI and the rest DVI... not necessary).
The minimum requirements for the software being used (Pro Presenter, AKA ''resource hog'') is 1GB RAM video
I would like to stick with nvidia chip sets since I'm most familiar when cloning screens. The max resolution is no ...
I have been using this monitor for a while now, and I used to use a dvi to hdmi cable
(dvi into video card, hdmi into monitor) and it worked perfectly.
I recently purchased a $20 hdmi cable from I believe hastings, I dont remember off the top of my head, and now it is not so perfect.
It is actually shifted to the left, as well as up a ...
Hey Everyone - could use some help here. I build my computer in September 2008 - haven't done any upgrades since then. I have the following motherboard (Asus motherboard), processor (AMD processor), and graphics card (Sapphire Radeon) and currently running Xubuntu 12.04. I need a little help connecting my PC via HDMI so I can watch HD video files ...
Iv'e researched computer buildig for a while but i can't really understand DIMM's and stuff like that.
So i need to know if the following components fit:
MSI Lightning GeForce GTX 680Gigabyte G1.Assassin 2 LGA2011Corsair Cooling Hydro H100
Intel Core i7-3770K
Corsair Vengeance 16 GB Kit PC3-12800Western Digital Caviar ...
After deciding I needed a new NAS to replace old WD MyWorldBook, which was
just too slow when it came to transferring data and the fact that I was
interested in buying a blu ray player, I ended up choosing this AMD 350 build
as a baseline to make my first HTPC. I have built computers in the past,
but after years of just ...