Hei i just bought a Samsung Monitor (SA350 23") which has a HDMI input and VGA input....in the specs it says "DVI with HDCP"....i cant understand what this mean? also the reason why i bought this monitor was to hook my ps3 up...unfortunately i have no luck ....anyone have any idea ???
I think they're trying to imply that by using a DVI to HDMI adapter, a computer that supports HDCP over a DVI output can be connected to it. Unfortunately, from what I can find, such as user reviews at NewEgg, they don't actually include such an adapter with it.
Basically it means you can connect the video card to the monitor to watch Blu-Ray movies or other copy protect HD video content using a DVI connection. That is assuming both monitor and video card are HDCP compliant. Nearly all video cards released in the past 3 years are HDCP compliant.
I have no experience with console games, but your issue connecting a PS3 to a PC monitor is quite common.