Sections

DF Retro: GameCube HDMI Solutions

PlayStation 3 was the first mainstream console with a digital AV output... or was it? Nintendo's GameCube featured digital output functionality that was never fully utilised - until the release of HDMI adapters based on the GCVideo project. In this DF Retro special, John talks with MyLifeInGaming's Marc Duddleson about the various solutions available, showcasing the Eon GCHD Mk2.


Related videos

Nvidia FreeSync Support Tested!

Nvidia now supports FreeSync monitors - and we've put it to the test with 4K gaming across a range of titles, played out on a bargain baseme…

Battlefield 5 Ray Tracing vs RTX 2060

In our RTX 2060 review, we noted that ray tracing performance on Battlefield 5 was promising, but frame-rates could come crashing down. In t…

Devil May Cry 5 Demo: Xbox One/X Graphics Comparison - RE Engine Is Back!

It's the third engine change the Devil May Cry series has seen in as many outings. The RE Engine empowers Capcom to hand in more photorealis…