HotHardware reviews the Asus M2A-VM HDMI motherboard.
Quote from the mobo review:
"The M2A-VM HDMI is based on AMD’s recently released 690G-chipset for socket AM2 processors and as its name suggests it has built in support for HDMI. The integrated graphics are driven by a Radeon XPress X1250 that can use up to 256MB of system memory. The board provides both a DVI-I and VGA port on the back panel while HDMI is offered using the riser card included. The maximum supported resolution for DVI-I is 2560x1600 while the VGA output peaks at 2048x1536. Both TV-Out and HDMI max out at a resolution of 1920x1080 with TV-Out being interlaced and HDMI progressive scan. "
Read the full review on HotHardware.
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