I think my initial post was not clear in what I want to do - so let me clarify.
I only have 1 output source, an HDMI 1080P projector. It has a 130 inch picture so on football Sundays, I would like to create my own "split screen" by having 2 IE/Firefox windows open on the screen, each with its own NFL game being streamed live. (For those of you familiar with the RedZone channel, its similar to what they show when 2 teams are both about to score).
My question is in regards to what the integrated graphic i-3/i-5 cpu's can handle as far as streaming 2 browser windows, without loss of quality and stuttering/frame loss.
Can someone give me a recommendation on what I would need? From what I have heard, live HD feeds require better specs then I would need if I was just streaming media from a NAS server or local hard drive with XBMC.