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Windows 7: Best screen quality HTPC

23 Jun 2010   #1
phiitpoi

win7
 
 
Best screen quality HTPC

How do i make best quality on HTPC purpose for my Lcd TV ?

Is there big differences on cheap/expensive 3d cards, radeon better than nvidia ?

i was thinking to buy 5450 radeon cause its cheap and fanless


Please tell some good tricks and tips for nice screen quality, best graphic-cards on this thread and only for Windows Media Center

I was wondering is there big difference on expample. ati 5450(cheap) compared to more expensive cards

Thanks


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23 Jun 2010   #2
kurahk7

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by phiitpoi View Post
How do i make best quality on HTPC purpose for my Lcd TV ?

Is there big differences on cheap/expensive 3d cards, radeon better than nvidia ?

i was thinking to buy 5450 radeon cause its cheap and fanless


Please tell some good tricks and tips for nice screen quality, best graphic-cards on this thread and only for Windows Media Center

I was wondering is there big difference on expample. ati 5450(cheap) compared to more expensive cards

Thanks
I think any graphics card will produce good image quality, but AMD claims that they have the best image quality AMD Image Quality Beats Competition By Up To 87 Percent - Legit Reviews
Edit: I wouldn't suggest a directx 11 card just for a htpc, so a 4450 or a 4350 should be good enough for you, nVidia's 9400gt, which I'm using for my htpc works plenty well as well.
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