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usafjonny04

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I'm trying to find a computer component to hook my plasma tv to my desktop... what do i need to be able to do this???

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I'm trying to find a computer component to hook my plasma tv to my desktop... what do i need to be able to do this???


Ummm, what ports does your plasma have. Some have HDMI, some DVI and some just a simple VGA port. Also need to know the model of your desktop (if it is self built the model of the video card). You may have all the parts you need already, other than a cable.
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I know my TV has HDMI but i don't know what video card I'm going to buy yet. i actually don't know which one would be the best, that would have an HDMI output.
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I know my TV has HDMI but i don't know what video card I'm going to buy yet. i actually don't know which one would be the best, that would have an HDMI output.


Honestly, if your only goal is to output to your TV, any card with an HDMI output will do it. That being said if you plan on gaming etc, you will need to research at sites like HardOCP, Guru3D etc and see what is the best one for your price range.
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