[mythtv-users] Anyone verify 1080p (Aquos 46) with nvidia 6150/430 system works?
stangage70 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 21:43:12 UTC 2006
No need for a dual link to support 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz (148.5 MHz).
A single link is limited to 165 MHz, however some older nVidia solutions
were limited to 135 MHz.
A 6200 is known to function well.
Hope you don't get a 46" that exhibits the banding issues people have noted
with that screen. Otherwise it looks like a wonderful device and prices are
On 12/11/06, RParr <RParr at temporalarts.com> wrote:
> I have been running MythTV on an older P4 with PVR 350/250.
> We're getting a Sharp Aquos 46" 1080p monitor and I plan to upgrade the
> front-end MythTV box to a small (must fit on a 12" bookshelf), quiet box
> that can handle the HD. I am very interested in the Lix Systems LX8100
> (or the upcoming LX8200) which is based on the Asus M2NPV-VM motherboard
> with on-board DVI. I believe the DVI is single-link. I had thought I
> needed dual-link to drive 1920x1080 but received conflicting feedback
> about that.
> I need to verify that the nvidia 6150/430 based Asus can push the Aquos
> 1080p display through the requisite DVI to HDMI cable to full 1920x1080
> resolution. That is can it drive the display at 1920x1080p (I believe
> that means 1920x1080 at 60hz).
> If it can not, then I need to know if there is a low-profile, preferably
> passively cooled, PCIe video board which supports at least one dual-link
> DVI output. Maybe a 7300/7600 board?
> Comments please from anyone with this, or similar, system.
> Thank you
> R.Parr, RHCE, Temporal Arts
> P.S. If I should be asking this question elsewhere, please direct me.
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