[mythtv-users] Artifacts on screen with DVI to HDMI cable
david at functionalchaos.net
Mon Jun 25 21:14:31 UTC 2007
This is the same experience I had, changed brands, all was good.
FYI For those interested: There is no difference (that my human eye can
detect) between the video display with the $25 Generic cable and the
$125 Monster cable.
Daniel Agar wrote:
> I have an MSI FX5200 that I was using to output to a sharp aquos dvi->hdmi
> cable that has the same problem. After I swapped the card everything
> worked perfectly with the same cable I had and a different make of FX
> Sorry to top post, just following suit.
>> This turned out to be the MSI FX5200 Video card. It just couldn't run
>> either the 15' cable length or it doesn't like the DVI->HDMI cable, I
>> don't know which. However, 15' VGA -> RGB Component worked fine.
>> David Cramblett wrote:
>>> I am getting some artifacts when using a 15' DVI -> HDMI cable from my
>>> Nvidia FX5200 hooked up to my BenQ PE7700 projector.
>>> The picture has no artifacts when I use a DVI -> DVI cable on my Dell
>>> 20" LCD and it has no artifacts when I use a VGA (HD15) -> RGB component
>>> cable on my projector.
>>> The artifacts seem like a bad cable. However, I got a new cable today
>>> and the artifacts are still there. Any chance there is something else
>>> causing this? The cable was only $25 so it probably is not a super high
>>> quality DVI to HDMI cable, but I don't know. I have also seen posts
>>> taking about the "looseness" in the DVI standard.
>>> Here is a picture of the "little white line" artifacts. Sorry about the
>>> glare, the image is really not that bad, I had to over expose the
>>> picture for the artifacts to be visible on camera.
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