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Old 09-05-2011, 10:19 PM - Thread Starter
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I have an Optoma GT700, and I have ordered some parts for a HTPC.

The graphics card would be an AMD Radeon HD 6570.

The optoma is DLP-Link 3D Ready, and so is the 6570.

So, I should be able to connect both and watch 3D by using DLP-Link 3D glasses.

Now, the AMD page mentions DVI-Out, and NOT HDMI, is that correct? I thought I would be able to connect them through HDMI cable!
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Depends on the particular board layout of the video card you ordered, but nearly all 5xxx and 6xxx will have an HDMI port. Usually a combination of at least one DVI, at least one DisplayPort, and an HDMI. If there is no HDMI, it should usually come with a DVI to HDMI adapter, it's a little dongle that connects to the DVI port on the card and then the HDMI cable plugs into that.

What specific brand and model of 6570 did you order?
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