How to add an HDMI output to my PC?
I just got a 360, and I'm going to get an HDTV after I move. I've been looking at the choices, and trying to figure out a way to reduce the amount of equipment in the media center, especially for a small apartment. I realized that I can completely eliminate the need for a Mac mini if I just connect my desktop PC directly to the TV. Then I can just have two computers, desktop and laptop.
The thing is, my computer doesn't have any extra video outputs for a TV. My video card has two DVI outputs, and they are both being used by my two monitors. I don't have an SLi motherboard (because SLi is stupid), so I've only got one video card slot.
I need to add an HDMI output to my PC somehow. What to do?
I don't need to worry about audio, because I have that taken care of. All of the devices that go to the TV (Wii, 360, etc.) send their audio into the TV. The TV has an optical audio output which goes into the sound blaster on my PC. Then the optical audio output from the sound blaster can go into the Logitech Z-5500.
EDIT: I have this video cardhttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130318
Apparently it can send out HDTV via the component video cable. Is that 1080p? Does it support all the HDCP DRM bullshit?