The world's first VGA HDMI certification card!!

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MSI has successfully passed the inspection test of the HDMI ATC in July 2006 and received the world’s first certification for HDMI VGA card. To keep our pace of cutting-edge technology, MSI has been implementing its extreme research and development abilities to establish the HDMI compatibility in MSI VGA cards that extend to a wider scenario of PC usages.

HDMI, the latest audio/video interface standard with only one cable required, is able to transmit high resolution digital video and 7.1 surround-sound audio quality. To ensure a consistent user experience, HDMI Workshop has regulated a guideline for this latest standard to ensure all HDMI-compliant equipment is compatible each other.

Among numerous VGA card manufactures, MSI received the first certification thanks to our leading RD ability that has been continuously contributing to the latest, superior, and stable products for users on the fast-moving technology field.


MSI NX7600GT Diamond Plus
MSI NX7600GT Diamond Plus is the first VGA card equipped with the HDMI technology today. Along with this simple connectivity, the audio/video signals on PC will be correspondingly transmitted to LCD or Plasma TV for users. In addition, MSI NX7600GT Diamond Plus has the solid and powerful 3D engine technology that offers a smooth compliment to the most demanding 3D games available on the market nowadays.

Using the exclusive D.O.T. II over clocking technology, MSI NX7600GT Diamond Plus will dynamically adjust the power-consumption and performance of the card. Users will also enjoy the astonishing visual reality and HD-audio contributed from MSI’s 3D performance and HDMI technology through a home theater PC
 

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Beyond the 560Mhz 7600GT GPU and 256MB of GDDR3 RAM this card utilizes an Silicon Image SiI 1930 HDCP PanelLink Transmitter for both encryption and audio mixing, with support for 7.1 audio sources. If for some reason you don't want your A and your V in one cable, there are DVI-I and S/PDIF outputs available, but why?
1080p output, PureVideo HD support and a pricetage between $200 and $250 make this an ideal card if you're looking to build your own Blu-ray or HD DVD player, shipping later this month
 
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Δεβελέκος Στράτος

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Είναι νωρίς ακόμα. Το Silicon Image SiI 1930 HDCP PanelLink Transmitter είναι HDMI 1.1, αργά η γρήγορα θα έρθουν τα 1.3. Δεν γνωρίζω αν υπάρχει νόημα να τα περιμένουμε και στις κάρτες γραφικών
 

Δεβελέκος Στράτος

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Δες τι γράφω με τα bold γράμματα. Απο οτι αναφέρεται είναι η μονη καρτα που εχει περασει το σχετικό certification της SI
 
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