On Sat, Jan 15, 2011 at 1:09 PM, Goga777 <goga...@bk.ru> wrote:
>> In general, get a gt220, as it has built in audio hardware, so that
>> you should get audio without clock drift relative to the hdmi output.
>> It is also powerfull enough to do temporal spatial deinterlacing on
>> 1080i material.
>
> what do you think about
>
> NVIDIA's GeForce GT 430
> http://www.anandtech.com/show/3973/nvidias-geforce-gt-430
>
> seems it's the best choice for vdr/htpc
>
> - more cold than gt220
> - more powerfull
> - HDMI 1.4,
> - 3D over HDMI
> - Ethernet channel
> - Audio return channel
> - 4k × 2k Resolution Support

It's a nice card but I'm not sure why you think it's the best choice
for VDR/htpc.  It's not going to give you any better image quality on
HD content then you get from a gt220 at half the price.  I don't see
any advantage for most users in spending the extra money for one.

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