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post #11 of 16
Well from what a pro told me and what I researched myself, DVI is superior to HDMI in being able to produce higher resolutions. As for why HDMI is preferred and marketed as superior is due to the fact that it does HD and carries audio as well as stated above.
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None.
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Why does Best Buy charge $40+ for some HDMI cables, just curious.
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I guess just to rip off people that's all.
Unfortunately. They make their money off of accessories and services, and they know the general public is uneducated and "accept" that certain items just cost a lot.

I work in Geek Squad, and I did computer sales for a few months (I started a year and a few months ago, when I was 17; it's an easy job and pays fine, so don't give me crap ). The employee discount bring the cost of items to 5% over what Best Buy pays. I can't remember the numbers, but the $40+ cables come to me for ~$5, or something along those lines; you can just see the sheer margin in accessories, which is why employees push so hard to sell you on the more expensive items and services.

Needless to say, friends and acquaintances love me, and I make a couple bucks off of each transaction.
post #14 of 16
Most of Best Buy's customers don't know any better and don't do any research. That's why they can charge upwards of $100 more for video cards. I got a 25 foot high speed HDMI cable for $23 online that would have cost me $149 at Best Buy. I did get my new TV there for a decent price so not everything is marked up like mad, and their return policy is excellent.
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best buy is only good after super-bowl who agree?
    
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They wanted me to pay 350$ for a premium gt 210, I asked about the 280 and he said the lower the number, better temps and performance
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