[mythtv-users] [slightly OT] HDTV cpu
mattasplund at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 04:12:58 UTC 2007
On 7/12/07, Steven Adeff <adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/12/07, Daniel Agar <daniel at agar.ca> wrote:
> > I know this question is asked over and over again but I'm a little
> > if a dual core cpu would be better for this case. So is a single core
> > with a higher "rating" actually faster than a dual core cpu with a lower
> > rating?
> > Which would I be better off with playing back and commflagging 720p and
> > 1080i from firewire.
> > AMD Athlon 64 3800+ or AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600+
> > Any thoughts would be much appreciated.
> > Daniel
> Go with a Brisbane 3600+, or 4000+, they're relatively close in price
> and both easily overclock. the 4000+ will easily hit 3GHz, possibly
> even with the stock heatsink and fan.
> I'm building my mom a frontend/kitchen computer for their remodel with
> the Brisbane 4000+ and a BIOSTAR 7050 motherboard via a Newegg combo
> deal going on right now.
> whatever you do, get an AM2, it will be supported with the AM2+ quad
> core chips coming out "soon".
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Has anybody used on the the Geforce 7050PV boards? I was looking at the
6150 boards because I want integrated VGA, microATX, NVidia, and DVI/HDMI
output. Can anybody confirm if the HDMI works with the NVidia driver? I
also have heard that there are problems with the OSD with newer Nvidia
cards. Does the 7050PV work correctly under Mythtv? If so, this
motherboard with the new AMD BE-2350 seems to be a killer combination.
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