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I've decieded that it's time to upgrade the PC and I'm looking for the following:
What's the best CPU going at the moment? I've got between £400-£500 to spend on the lot, and I've read a lot of good things about the Intel 2 Core CPU. I'm not really looking for gaming...
I'm looking to set up a server for music and movies that I can stream through the house via Wi-Fi.
I like to look of the Netgear SC-101 http://www.netgear.com/products/details/SC101.php so I can bung 2 IDE drives in it, map the drives and have them set up as music and video drives. Has...
I'm way to tired to try and help you make sense of the different flavour of HD 'the1' but as far as you TV goes, read reviews and pop down to a big John Lewis or something to have a look at the TVs. Some of the better stores have an HD siganl running through the sets.
The things I would look...
Most sport is now shot at 1080i, we don't use much that produces 1080p signals. The difference between the 2 formats is the way each field in the frame is dealt with. To be honest once the signal has been compressed and bounced around a few satelites (sp!!), squeezed into your Sky HD box and...
Personally I'd never go away from Panasonic, I picked up one of the 42" plasmas at the start of the year and it's amazing. Sure it doesn't do native 1080i HD (Which means the picture is 1080 pixels high) it upscales from 720i (the picture is 720 pixels high, compare this to the current SD signal...
you have to click on the box that says '2' and select the tickbox 'Extend my Windows Desktop onto this monitor'
then your desktop will extend to your TV, you can make a clone but I'm not sure how you do that off the top of my head.
depends on what imputs your TV has. I'm assuming that your TV has a DVi input.
So are you running your main monitor at the same time and then plugging your TV into the other output for the graphics card?
Or just running your TV and not the regular monitor?