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I have a sharp aquos hd tv/monitor with rgb and hdmi cable inputs.How do i know if it is compatible with any given pc processor?

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Depends on the Computer. Some have a 15 pin on-board video - in which you can buy a 15 pin to HDMI adapter. Others have video cards with DVI outputs - in which you can buy a DVI to HDMI adapter. Or you can buy a video card to supoorts an HDMI output.

















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