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ASUS V7100 Geforce2MX + *TV out* ?!

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November 14, 2000 11:19:25 AM

What is the size and quality of the video output of the ASUS V7100 Geforce2MX (of course: with TVout) ?
i´m from europe, so we use the PAL system on our tv sets, not NTSC. Someone told me that some tv-outs from asus video cards produced some large black area´s around the picture on the TV. But he couldn´t tell about the new V7100..


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November 14, 2000 6:14:17 PM


Correct me if Im worng, I though MX versions didn't have TV out? Well anyways with my experience with TV out on cards its usually adjustable to a level. (NTSC PAL PAL8)

Timothy Stankus
One of the First AMD Athlon Users =)
November 14, 2000 7:48:28 PM

geforce2 mx does very well have tv-out. it's got a lot of output capabilities. as for the's subject, but not as good as what's available. I think asus normally has decent tv-out.
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November 15, 2000 1:20:34 AM

Yep they do. I think Hercules Geforce 2 MX with TV-OUT is better. I have to test it.
November 15, 2000 4:54:01 AM

I had on of the first ATI cards with TV out( gone now). Anything today is got to be better than that thing. Tried playing C&C to the TV -- pitiful. Hope todays cards are better.

Take care
November 15, 2000 5:51:36 AM


Over here in the Netherlands a lot of shops offer a Asus V7100 Geforce2 MX with or without TV out and also some DVI versions or whatever it is called.. Perhaps this differs per country?
November 15, 2000 6:01:54 AM

If you want quality, go with Matrox. They are famous for those stuff. Not great for games though...

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November 15, 2000 6:31:59 AM


So, how about a regular Geforce2 MX and a separate card for TV out? I am going to play DIVX movies mostly, so i am wondering if a faster videocard will speed this up? Just like with DVD playback, some videocards speed this up because they support MPEG2 decoding and stuff..