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Specs to play and stream 1080p video and bluray HELP

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July 23, 2009 7:13:56 PM

are this specs enough to play 1080p videos and bluray

and streaming

thanks

my specs

windows 7 ultimate

amd x2 250 regor 3.00 ghz, 2000mhz, 2mb

4gb gskill 800mhz

ati radeon 3200 hd , 512mb shared

asus 23 in 1080p hdmi monitor

3mbps connection

thanks
July 23, 2009 7:27:01 PM

Apart from the graphics you're OK. I'm not certain that 3200 onboard will do the job of Blu-Ray decode well, unless someone else suggests another course of action I'd drop a HD4550 in there.
July 23, 2009 7:35:50 PM

The graphics are fine the integrated GPU will do the job, and anyways the 3.0Ghz AMD CPU will be powerful enough for Blu-ray.
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July 23, 2009 7:36:41 PM

coozie7 said:
Apart from the graphics you're OK. I'm not certain that 3200 onboard will do the job of Blu-Ray decode well, unless someone else suggests another course of action I'd drop a HD4550 in there.


thanks

so i can add any ati 4000 series to my 3200 hd onboard

sweet

thanks
July 23, 2009 7:40:55 PM

I believe the 3200 is the same as on the amd 780g boards, if so it will play blu-ray movies just fine. Gaming is another story, if you want to play anything recent on it you'll want an upgrade, but for movies you are set.
July 23, 2009 7:42:13 PM

Thanks for the heads up AKM880! I was not sure.

There you go, Joker932-You're good to go as is, not need to spend more money,
enjoy your movies:) 
July 24, 2009 7:46:04 AM

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July 24, 2009 9:55:10 AM

coozie7 said:
Apart from the graphics you're OK. I'm not certain that 3200 onboard will do the job of Blu-Ray decode well, unless someone else suggests another course of action I'd drop a HD4550 in there.


All ATI cards from the HD3K series and up (including the IGP ones) have a UVD2 which was made specifically for Blu-Ray and HD video. So it should not have a problem running Blu-Ray or 1080p as it will take the load off the CPU and also provide better quality than a Blu-Ray player can thanks to AVIVO.

I know at least about the quality because I have a Blu-Ray drive and it looks more amazing than the stores with the players. Gotta love PCs.
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