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Avermedia live gamer hd with 144Hz monitor

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October 25, 2013 12:56:50 PM

Hey guys. I was considering purchasing the avermedia live gamer hd so I could record footage without the fps drop. The problem is it only takes an hdmi input so if I run a signal through it, I'll lose the 144hz (I currently use div-d). I was wondering if a solution would be to run a dvi-d splitter directly out of my video card and send one output to my monitor and on the second output put a dvi-d to hdmi adapter which would connect directly to the capture card. Would this allow me to keep the 144hz to my monitor and then capture through the split signal?

Thanks in advance.

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October 25, 2013 1:04:15 PM

Can't you connect the device to the second dvi slot on the video card and in your windows setting, set it to duplicate the primary monitor?
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October 25, 2013 1:13:14 PM

polke45 said:
Can't you connect the device to the second dvi slot on the video card and in your windows setting, set it to duplicate the primary monitor?


I'm using two 7970s in crossfire and when I tried testing the duplicate screen with my monitor and tv, the duplicate wouldn't work when I had a game running, only when I had it on the desktop. Apparently that's one of the issues with crossfire which is why I was looking in to splitting the signal after the output.
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July 16, 2014 10:04:48 AM

I have the exact same problem and nobody seems to know the solution yet
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