Originally Posted by De-Zant
Do all nVidia GPU's DVI outputs support analog signal? Was just wondering.
I believe all of the really high-end cards support DVI-I. Only a few of the seriously budget cards seem to be lacking DVI-A support; and even then it doesn't seem to be all models - just odd manufacturers takes on things like the GeForce 4 MX440. More than that I cannot find.
Originally Posted by Twilex
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Originally Posted by num1son
It was a 720p .avi, a 720p .mkv, 1080p .mp4, and a DVD in the player. Very annoying. Anything you can think of to try tweaking?
Do you think it may have anything to do with sli? Or the multi-monitor setup in general?
Stuttering is the micro pauses you notice that make video playback appear skippy. You mostly notice it during action sequences or camera pans. It can occur during games as well.
Hm. I don't think it's related to multi-monitor, or one of my friends would have reported it immediately; he regularly has WoW open on one monitor, Steam/chat programs open on another, and a video playing on the third.
Few things I can think of...
Firstly, the drivers. I have had beta nVidia drivers break video playback (stuttering) before now. Not inconceivable they've done it again.
Secondly, what AV program are you running? If it's one of the ones that scans everything you run all the time, it might be causing too much I/O activity, hence stutter.
Drive fragmented badly?
What's CPU/GPU usage like when the stutters occur?
Tried a different program? (MPC-HC/VLC/WMP/Zoom, etc...)
Running any exotic codec packs?