krips wrote:Not even dedicated HTs?
Sony’s console is in a completely different class when it comes to home theatre and hi-fi performance. Like many premium audiophile CD players, the PS3 is able to resample conventional music CDs to 88.2 kHz (optical out) and even 176.4 kHz (via HDMI). As a Blu-ray player, the PS3 is one of the fastest players on the market in terms of BD-Java performance and compatibility, and even features high-end capabilities such as 1080p24 output.
krips wrote:PA, does the PS3 work as a universal media player, playing SACD and the likes?
powerarmour wrote:HQV Benchmark 2.0 Analysis – ATi, nVidia and Intel :-
http://www.kitguru.net/components/graph ... and-intel/
It seems that ATI’s background with the production of processing chips for digital TVs still gives it some kind of advantage. Even budget cards like the passively cooled Sapphire HD 5550 generate similar video quality when compared with nVidia’s flagship GTX480.
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