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Tuesday, 09 October 2007 12:51

D8P, 8800GT does HDMI

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Native this time


We've heard this before but we cannot officially confirm that Nvidia's G92/D8P supports Native HDMI.

This is actually a PCB design issue more than it’s a chip itself as the vendor has to make the design of the PCB board to enable the sound routing over the board.

Nvidia was surprised by the success that ATI had with its RV630 and RV615 and how ATI managed to over-hype this specification and decided to jump on this bandwagon.

We know that Zotac offered native HDMI on 8600 and 8500 cards but this time around it will be available for all partners who want to have it.

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