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Good graphics cards for HDTV

I'm looking to connect my PC to my new HDTV, which is a 52" 720p DLP. Obviously I'd like to take advantage of the TV's capabilities. Thoughts on good graphics cards for this situation? And ideal connection type (S-video, HDMI,etc)?

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Good graphics cards for HDTV

Since you didn't tell us anything about you tv it's had to say. But any of the beeter video cards with at least 128bm and DVI conncetor will do. To get the quality it will have DVI or componet connection. To get more info you can click on the TV button in the tool bar at the top of the page. Also check out the link below. John


http://www.avsforum.com/

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