So I've visited some of the links, browsed through several pages of history and haven't seen this question, even though I'm sure it's been asked before. I'm building a new HTPC for my folks, and am basing it off of the GA-MA78GM-S2H motherboard (with the built-in Radeon 3200 HD). Thing is, I'm going to throw my old 8800GT in there for the improved video performance in games. There's no external sound system, as they don't feel they need one, so they use the built in speakers on their 42in 1080p HDTV. This would be fine if they were going to be using the built-in 3200 HD which has HDMI out, however, with the 8800GT and only DVI out, this is a problem. The question is, is there any reasonable way to get the DVI signal from the 8800GT combined with the audio signal into a single HDMI signal to fulfill all of their A/V needs? Possible solutions I've come up with are as follows: Use External Speakers I don't want to clutter their living room with additional speakers when they're completely content using the ones that are built-in to their HDTV. I will consider this if there is no other viable option. Use a converter Something like this might work, however looking at the reviews and knowing that there are going to be complications with resolutions and EDID settings, this might end up being a waste of money. Is there any viable solution that I've missed, or that I'm overlooking that would accomplish the desired effect? Maybe a converter or cable that doesn't mess with EDID information? Maybe I've missed something, please let me know.