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VeeDandy
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I have $5000 monitor with $50 picture HELP ??

Hello, I need somebody's advice on how to get the max performance out of my PIONEER KURO plasma 60" flatscreen. As many of you know hi-def 1080 is not powerful enough for these $5000 monitors so I would like to use a video card instead to give this engine the fuel it needs to run correctly. I don't watch cable or reg television I strictly watch prerecorded sporting events, movies etc. Here's the catch I will be running it from a slim chassis pc only so I need a very powerful vid card that must fit the narrow chassis design. Hi-Def means Hi-Def and the awful picture quality of anything over 50" is a discrace. At least if there is a Unit that was ever made to look the part the Pioneer was it , so anyone who could bring out the potential of the 6020 FD , please share your thoughts!   VeeDandy

Hello, I need somebody's advice on how to get the max performance out of my PIONEER KURO plasma 60" flatscreen. As many of you know hi-def 1080 is not powerful enough for these $5000 monitors so I would like to use a video card instead to give this engine the fuel it needs to run correctly. I don't watch cable or reg television I strictly watch prerecorded sporting events, movies etc. Here's the catch I will be running it from a slim chassis pc only so I need a super power or very powerful card that will fit the narrow body chassis and drive this Corvette like it was made to be driven. Please help. Thank you so very much all! Yours, VeeDandy

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RE: I have $5000 monitor with $50 picture HELP ??

First off there are many models.

Pioneer PDP-6020FD 60-Inch Class KURO Plasma HDTV (2009 Model) ??

High-Definition 1080p Resolution (1920 x 1080p)

1080 Progressive Image Reproduction with ability to accept 480i/480p/720p/1080i/1080p signals

You did not say what OS or what dell model.

Without full specifications there is no help.


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RE: I have $5000 monitor with $50 picture HELP ??

just about any low end card will drive an old 1080 tv like that quite well and have controls for adjusting colors and what not.  we just need one that will work with your computer which you didn't even mention.  what computer specifically are you using?  

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