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Old 01-06-2012, 03:10 AM   #1  
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Hi end system-8gig ram-4300cpu-ATI 4550 video cardout to my 60 inch Sammy plasma..I get about 2/3 into the movie and then sound breaks up bad. Iam think video card ( this is a card with no fan.Vlc player.Pushing 1089p/1080i/and mkv files to it. I don't want to break the bank when I am not 200% it is the card..opinions please. My blue ray and other coponits work just fine .Win7 HERE..aLLCOMPONITS ARE FEEDING BY HDMI, (Hi speed ones too)
Advice please. I have messed withthis for days on end.
I even put a big fan on the side case for better cooling.RUNNING 400w power supply in a mid tower case.
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Old 01-06-2012, 05:35 PM   #2  
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That card should be more than powerful enough to do the job, especially since I can watch 1080p on Atom and Fusion powered motherboards with no issues.

Since you are using VLC, I'm guessing these are rips. So, that could be the problem. You should also try different playback software. Personally, MPC HC is my playback software of choice - I think it's an order of magnitude better than anything VLC has to offer. Grab a copy of the latest version from here: http://www.xvidvideo.ru/media-player...inema-x86-x64/
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Old 01-07-2012, 01:20 AM   #3  
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That card should be more than powerful enough to do the job, especially since I can watch 1080p on Atom and Fusion powered motherboards with no issues.

Since you are using VLC, I'm guessing these are rips. So, that could be the problem. You should also try different playback software. Personally, MPC HC is my playback software of choice - I think it's an order of magnitude better than anything VLC has to offer. Grab a copy of the latest version from here: http://www.xvidvideo.ru/media-player...inema-x86-x64/
Thanks, Will try it
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That card should be more than powerful enough to do the job, especially since I can watch 1080p on Atom and Fusion powered motherboards with no issues.

Since you are using VLC, I'm guessing these are rips. So, that could be the problem. You should also try different playback software. Personally, MPC HC is my playback software of choice - I think it's an order of magnitude better than anything VLC has to offer. Grab a copy of the latest version from here: http://www.xvidvideo.ru/media-player...inema-x86-x64/
Thanks and you are right. It is much much better than VLC.
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