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    Tv out

    Hey guys, just a quick question.

    I'm using tv out to watch anime etc. And i leave it on clone mode all the time, when i play games on my monitor will i be losing performance because it is still on? And do you recommend me to turn it off when i'm not using it?

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    usually the 3d stuffis only rendered to monitor one anyway, whether the second display is set to clone or not, even if it is displayed it wont be rendered twice ( i wouldnt imagine) so i cant see it being an issue.

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    k mate, thanks a lot. Appreciate the reply. Yeah looks that way!

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