Whenever I play a 1080p movie file, some parts of the video are perfect, but others are completely unwatchable (any videos up to and including 720p are fine). Sometimes the audio will go out of sync with the video or the video will look pixelated. I use Media Player Classic to play my...
Recently my computer has been randomly shutting off. Sometimes when I turn it back on, the BIOS gives me a CPU Overheat Error! or a CPU Voltage Error! I used REALtemp and my cpu temp is average 80 degrees Celcius, which I know is way too hot. I tried remounting the cpu and I get the same...
Title says it all. I have AnyDVD HD installed, and the PowerDVD 7.3 suite that comes with the LG SuperMulti Bluray/HD-DVD drive. The bluray/hd-dvd movie will play, but no video shows. I recently installed the CCCP Codec pack. Regular DVDs play fine.
Anyone know what's going on?
I just bought my Hannspree HF289H 27.5" monitor. Everything works great, except when I try to play either a 1080p or 720p movie, the video skips/is slow/is lame. All standard definition movies work fine. Does this mean I need to upgrade my video card?
First off, is there a good software program out there for burning a blu-ray movie? (to back-up one I purchased)
Second, this drive states that it burns blu-ray, but it doesn't say anything about reading... I'm assuming it does, but can you guys confirm...
Seeing as how you have the exact monitor that I am going to purchase, I really value your input. However, I really don't want to spend more than $150. I'm guessing I should just wait to buy a new card when GTAIV comes out. At that point a card like the 4870 should be around that price range.
I currently have an ATI 1900xt 512MB, and was wondering what a good upgrade would be for me. I don't really like this card because it gets way too hot, to the point where certain games start artifacting and sometimes the video out to my monitor even stops working.
I want a card that is at...
I'm in a frat house, and will be on a couch about 6-7 feet away from the monitor to watch blu rays. A 28" TN panel isn't good enough for this? Would it be THAT much better if I got a 26" non-TN, for example?
Which one is the best bang for your buck out of these three?
So I'm in the market for a new LCD monitor and the most I want to spend is $500. I want something for watching blu-ray movies, gaming, and regular computer stuff. Suggestions for this criteria? I want a good balance of quality and size of monitor. I also want it to be at least 26".
Isn't this something that can be sorted out with private messages between you two? The entire forum doesn't need to see your debate. This is just a thread about the monitor. If you have important reviews/opinions on the monitor, then fine. Let's keep it appropriate.
I definitely don't take credit for this, it's ripped from theshocker on SlickDeals. I just wanted the people who don't frequent SD to see this.
Officemax has a 26" Soyo LCD monitor on sale for $380 with free shipping...
WOOOW ok I think I figured out the problem. I remounted the heatsink, turned on my computer, then started up REAL temp. It showed my core temp as 46 degrees, which is good. I then, started up the ASUS PC Probe II utility, and within about 10 seconds the cpu temp went up to 90 degrees again. I'm...
My e6600 processor is running at 92 degrees celcius idle, according to my ASUS Probe II monitor. However, it also says that the motherboard temp is 39 degrees celcius, which I believe is considered normal. Does anyone have any idea why my CPU temp is shown as this high? Could it just be the...