[mythtv-users] Integrated HDMI?

Dean Harding dean.harding at dload.com.au
Wed Sep 19 11:56:38 UTC 2007

Ian Forde wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-09-19 at 18:55 +1000, Christian Hack wrote:
>> What CPU did you go with? I just purchased this board with an X2 4400+.
>> The step up from an XP2400+ wasn't as much as I thought it would be.
>> MythTV (fresh MythDora 4 install) still tends to be a bit sluggish at
>> times which I found surprising.
> Funny that - I just bought this motherboard to work as my slave backend
> and main frontend... I've been a little surprised at the sluggishness of
> it when running CentOS 5.  I've got an X2 4200+ on mine.  Drives 1080i
> just fine so far...
I've got an X2 5000+ in mine and I don't really notice any sluggishness. 
I'm running Ubuntu Feisty (x64 version). The Gig-E worked out of the box 
on Ubuntu (I originally tried Gentoo and couldn't get it to work with 
the ethernet so I gave up and just went with Ubuntu :p)

I'm using VGA as well. I tried HDMI, but I had two problems. First, for 
some reason I wasn't getting a 1:1 pixel mapping, so text was really 
hard to read (VGA has no such problems). I didn't look into too much 
because of the second problem: the HDMI socket is *really* close to the 
optical S/PDIF socket and my optical cable (which is, admittedly, fairly 
old) was a bit too chunky -- I couldn't plug both in at the same time! 
So I just stuck with the VGA cable...

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