Enjoy the Highest Quality Digital and Analog TV on a PC

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Enjoy the Highest Quality Digital and Analog TV on a PCDual TV Card
 
Previously, users looking to watch and record both digital and analog TV channels simultaneously would have to make do with their CPU cycles being taken up by the process. Asus have released the My Cinema-EHD3-100/NQA/FM/AV/MCE RC Dual Hybrid TV Card (yes, I know it's a mouthful) which they claim delivers the best video quality and boosts multitasking as the work is no longer done on the CPU, but on the embedded MPEG2 hardware encoder. The card is supported by both Windows Vista and XP, and will no doubt be supported by Windows 7 when the Operating System makes it to retail, so those looking to to turn their computer into a home theater machine can do so with relative ease.
 
Using a PCI Express x1 interface the card is capable of transmission speeds of up to 500MB/s, close to 3 times
faster than the 133MB/s of a conventional PCI bus. This ensures that the card has plenty of bandwidth to maintain a silky smooth picture regardless of the broadcast content. Also equipped with noise reduction technology the card is able to provide clearer images and superb video quality compared with similar cards on the market.
 
Included with the card is a Microsoft certified Media Center remote control, allowing users to switch channels and record programs from the comfort of their sofa. With Asus GadgeTV for Windows Vista users can now keep an eye on what's going on on TV whilst continuing with their computer based activities thanks to to small window added to the Windows Vista sidebar. Users are able to watch, record and take snapshots of live TV directly from the sidebar and should they prefer to view the TV in full, simply dragging the widget onto the desktop will enlarge the video.
 
 
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18-05-2009, 11:51:14

Jeddy
I'd pay $3 a fan more and get tri blade deltas- they have better static pressure and will undervolt alot better. I hear alot of nightmare stories of those scythes clicking when undervolted and often stopping at only 7v.

18-05-2009, 12:41:16

Bungral
Deltas are toooo powerful... Surely they can't be tamed to silence?

18-05-2009, 13:46:49

themcman1
Tom... just out of interest... what prefix *should* this thread have?

19-05-2009, 12:41:20

j.woody
tomorrows the deadline!! so excited but can we do it at the afternoon? cos i have several gcse exam at the morning.

19-05-2009, 18:34:15

davep
guys there is an order thats gonna happen at chilled pcs, i think it would be worth while to comind both orders together (i think tom the owner is placing it for us)

if you look in Product Suggestions then Performance-Pcs order thread (Group Buy)

make your intrest there

seems silly to do two orders, more people in one order the cheaper the shipping is!

20-05-2009, 02:53:31

PeterStoba
Hi Dave,

Yep, that's what was gonna happen anyway :)

20-05-2009, 09:38:44

j.woody
so what now? are you going to type the list out on here, to make sure all is right?

20-05-2009, 15:22:18

j.woody
is this order even going to happen? lol

21-05-2009, 04:57:08

j.woody
btw im out this is just taking too long.

21-05-2009, 11:52:09

PeterStoba

btw im out this is just taking too long.



Not everything is instant. Calm down.
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