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Old May 18, 2010, 05:08 PM
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ATI 5000 series no long support composite video. Even if you buy the adapter, it is only a physical socket change, and no signal can be sent. The only way I know is to use a VGA to composite converter.

For direct S-video out you can use ATI 2000 series -ATI 4000 series.

As for Nvidia series none of them work directly(I only tested on 8800-200 series).

Ohh and I even tested on an x1650pro and 9200SE AGP, they both works as long as you set it to force TV detection.

Originally Posted by Cheator View Post
It won't matter too much at that res anyway. I doubt games would go that low in their resolutions with tweaking their config files.

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