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Will this be fine for a HTPC with 1080p output?

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Yes, it'll work fine. It's actually overkill but there's no such thing as 'too much power' eh?
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ya that will be fine my 9600gso works fine so that should do great lol
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Originally Posted by Broseidon View Post
Yes, it'll work fine. It's actually overkill but there's no such thing as 'too much power' eh?
We aren't on overclock.net because we like to have average machines

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128GB SSD O/S, 2TB @ 7200, 1TB Raid 1 @ 7200 LG BluRay Burner Windows 7 64bit, Red Hat, Ubuntu (2) 23" eMachine 1080p 
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Yes, more than enough.
I have an 8600GT doing just fine (heck, even an 8400GS works fine for 1080 output).
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