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gtx 570 with Acer H7531D

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#1 ghost001


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Posted 02 August 2011 - 11:56 PM

an evga superclock gtx 570 going thru a hdmi to an Acer H7531D and no other monitor??

has anyone done this?? or any advice??

or maybe a GT 520 Low Profile thing??

gtx 570

GT 520

Acer H7531D

Edited by ghost001, 03 August 2011 - 12:04 AM.

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#2 Larry D. Lawrence II

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Posted 03 August 2011 - 12:10 AM

I use to do a similar setup with my 9800 GTX and a dellHD projector (there is something to be said about a man playing WOW on a 7 footscreen!!) but more about that re later

Cons - Boot and BIOS entry was almost impossible because of no low resolutionsupport by my old projector (and looking at the specs I'm not sure this onewould support the lower resolutions either.
Motion blur from some games makes it difficult to follow the action at times.
You will go through bulbs more often than others.
kids may keep getting in front of your monitor trying to get in the action.

Pros - BRAGGING RIGHTS ' My monitor is bigger than yours!!!"

Perfect for the sight impaired (or old farts like me)
TOTAL immersion in gaming environments
Flight sims look amazing!!!!

As always I would sugest high quality cables as interference is more likely onthese setups from other electronics.

Larry D. Lawrence II
Dell, HP, Toshiba, Apple, Lenovo, and IBM Certified Technician

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