Post by chronotigger65 on Jul 23, 2021 1:35:15 GMT -5
For years I play PC games on a computer monitor but a few years ago I figured out how to connect it on a HDTV. It's a lot better too I suppose. Currently playing the Disney Afternoon Collection from Steam right now. (Capcom should release a physical copy of the collection.)
It's so much easier now than it used to be now that everything uses HDMI. It's also just DVI plus audio so a cheap adapter can drag forward systems that are pretty old too. I mainly go in the opposite direction, I have my Switch connected to my external monitor, but I did in pre-HD days a lot more and it was such a pain. I had to get some very specific ATI card for component output to connect to the family TV. I didn't even really care about composite vs. S-Video vs. component output; that was the only thing that was free. I did use a micro-ATX case with a handle so it was like having an oversized GameCube.
Last Edit: Jul 23, 2021 16:11:36 GMT -5 by dsparil