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Anyone notice any different between below models in terms of pictures quality for HDTV, DVD and/or Bluray content?

 

1) Intel 4000/2500

2) GeForce GT 640/630

3) Radeon 7750

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The difference is more or less the same as Intel HD 2k/3k vs GT 430 (or whatever) vs HD 6570 (or whatever).

 

If I choose one, it's HD 7750.


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Any idea how much Radeon 7750 is better than Intel 4K in terms of HTPC use? movies, DVD, BD, TV programming... 

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I've heard broken deinterlacing of 1080i live TV with Intel iGPU. If you are interested in full range RGB output, madVR, a 4K display etc, you should go with 7750.


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De-interlacing and PQ is superb with my HD2000.

If you want options to tweak your card to get that extra 5% of possible PQ then you should invest in a discrete card.


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It'd be nice if Anandtech would rerun their excellent HTPC GPU comparison feature with these cards. It may be that they are waiting for the 'proper' GT 640 with GDDR5.....

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I have a passive 7750 in my HTPC, and its working just beautifully.
This was mostly because of black-level/rgb-range issues with the Intel GPU, something drivers could potentially remedy over time, but its a rather critical bug that destroyed PQ for me, so i couldn't wait. tongue.gif

In addition, it gives me a bit of performance headroom for the future. smile.gif
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