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What graphics card can run 1080p blu-ray without a problem? I know my 8800GTS can't, it isnt G92, so what graphic cards can?
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i plan to get visiontek HD3870 this will do right?
post #3 of 14
Yeah it will do it perfectly, but you dont need that much power. a 2600XT will do it fine
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ATi seems to do better at HD decoding
and yes, a 2600XT will work, unless you want to play games as well
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HD3450 for $25 on Newegg.
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nah i just want to watch 1080p bluray movies, you sure i wont have any trouble, no skipping or lagging with anything?
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any graphic card that provides hd video acceleration can do 1080p, all of the current gen ati/nvidia cards can do it even the lowest end ones (including intergrated).

you also need the software that can use hardware acceleration in order to use it. (purevideo hd for nivida, and avivo for ati, or thirdparty like power dvd)

and as long as your cpu is at least p4 3ghz or faster you shouldn't have problems, that is with hardware acceleration only
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nah i just want to watch 1080p bluray movies, you sure i wont have any trouble, no skipping or lagging with anything?


Why don't you believe me? I've told you about 3 times that the 780/HD3200 works fine. I am telling you that the HD3450 will play BluRay fine.


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any graphic card that provides hd video acceleration can do 1080p, all of the current gen ati/nvidia cards can do it even the lowest end ones (including intergrated).

you also need the software that can use hardware acceleration in order to use it. (purevideo hd for nivida, and avivo for ati, or thirdparty like power dvd)

and as long as your cpu is at least p4 3ghz or faster you shouldn't have problems, that is with hardware acceleration only
The G80 only supports Pure Video 1. You want Pure Video 2 for real GPU acceleration.
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sorry i do believe you its just hard to believe the fact that something so cheap can play something with some much detail, but i believe you, sorry if i offended you
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