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I'm trying to get a standard definition output from a GTX 770 video card. Is this possible via a cable or DVI to SD / S-VHS ad

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January 19, 2014 1:10:20 PM

HELP! I've got a new build with an ASUS GTX 770 video card & Z87 Expert MOBO running Windows 7. I need to get MS Power Point slide presentations out to a standard definition TV feed using either composite or S-VHS video. Can I use a DVI-VGA adapter with a VGA to Composite/S-VHS adapter cable, or do I need a converter box?
Any help would be greatly appreciated, as ASUS is very slow to respond, and the manuals are useless for this question...

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January 19, 2014 1:23:20 PM

Just google it mate, you can connect almost anything, even scart converter boxes for old crt tv's.
January 19, 2014 1:44:31 PM

Thanks for the quick response!!!
I've tried Google. Not much help I'm afraid.
Do I need an electronic box converter, or a will a VGA to composite/S-VHS "dongle' do? The card info. I've gained so far is useless beyond some method to get RGB out of it!!! Just trying to determine if I should spend money on a converter!