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component to scale down 2560x1440 to 1920x1080?

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I am wondering if there is a component out there, that is not too expensive, that would be able to scale down a 2560x1440@60 resolution, to a 1920x1080@60 resolution through HDMI?

What I mean:



This is so that I still can play at 2560x1440 on my main monitor, and if I buy a capture card will be able to stream using that (fps drops significantly when I capture with the CPU for whatever reason...)


Does such a component exist?

thank you smile.gif
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Why don't you just use something like fraps to capture and then upload the finished video?

Comps
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Why don't you just use something like fraps to capture and then upload the finished video?
Comps

No FPS drop.
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i assume main screen is dvi and off is dvi to hdmi.no biggy you need a dvi-d dual to hdmi i think
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No FPS drop.

Oh ok, I just used to record my WoW raids in HD and upload them to youtube, they seemed ok to be honest.
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Originally Posted by compuman145 View Post

Why don't you just use something like fraps to capture and then upload the finished video?
Comps

I am not planning on recording and uploading. I am planning on streaming.

I have tried alot of different software's to stream, but my average fps is around 15-20 when using those.

I also dont want to compromise on my own visual satisfaction by lowering the 1440p screen to 1080p.
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i assume main screen is dvi and off is dvi to hdmi.no biggy you need a dvi-d dual to hdmi i think

I have one monitor, and one TV. Ignore the TV.

I want to duplicate the same image from the DVI ports on each of the cards and send one to my monitor, and one to whatever component will be able to do what I am looking for it to do, which is scale down the resolution from 1440p to 1080p. A single link DVI to HDMI adapter will not do this.
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If money is not an issue,

why not try the galaxy MDT GTX seies GPU

It might solve your problem
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If money is not an issue,
why not try the galaxy MDT GTX seies GPU
It might solve your problem
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I am wondering if there is a component out there, that is not too expensive, that would be able to scale down a 2560x1440@60 resolution, to a 1920x1080@60 resolution through HDMI?

thank you smile.gif

not planning on buying a completely new GFX card smile.gif
Edited by Norlig - 10/24/12 at 3:23am
post #10 of 13
You could try using UltraMon like described here http://forum.avermedia.com/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=5070
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