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Originally Posted by Baskt_Case;13252074 
It should work with the HD3850 as well. DVI is much more flexible than HDMI. It is possible that you may have to use a different adapter but I think there is hope for your setup.

Also, if you can manage to get this working, I think you would have much better results at 1280 x 720 (720p). I'm assuming your HDTV will accept that res based on what you've told me so far and my experience. What TV specifically? I had a Sony Wega 32" CRT and its max res was 1080i but it would also do 720p.

Even on my 32" LCD, 720p works out way better than 1080p. 1080 is too small for text on a 32" and I end up straining my eyes.


After closer inspection, I believe it's a Sony Wega 36" "Kv-36hs20" or very similar. On the back where the ypbyr component input is, it says 480i 480p and 1080i, but I never tried to force 720p. I'm not to much worried about web browsing and such on it though. I just want the best video/gaming image I can get with that setup.

After alittle more research that adapter works only on DVI-I which supports component sync natively, which is impossible to know without trying it or contacting the video card manufacture. rolleyes.gif
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