I want to use a TV that is on my bedroom with the computer, the TV has awesome quality, I am yet to see a "flat" TV that matches its picture quality without the price going in the 10.000 USD+ in my country.
But the TV has only normal analog TV inputs (YPbPr for example)
But new card manufacturers seemly are really against analog output, not only existing ones only output high resolutions (for example have a minimum resolution of 1024x768), some new ones seemly have no analog output at all (the recently launched Fury series, Skylake CPUs, and GeForce 10 line), something that introduces even worse problems (in my country analog monitors are extremely common, I for example own a laptop with HDMI and VGA out, I never used the HDMI out, while the VGA out is wearing out because of constant use).
So, I need some way to connect my computer to a TV, without expending lots of money (ie: those 400 USD HDMI to analog converters are not acceptable).
I am wondering if someone (not necessarily AMD and nVidia) make new video cards that support it (better if it is PCI-e 1x, to not waste a 16x slot).
Or if the Sapphire 380X can do it with some adapter help... (when ATI still was named ATI, they used to sell some "All in Wonder" cards that could output to TV when coupled with an official DVI-I to YPbPr adapter that had some resolution dip switches)