Not even quite sure if this is really a hardware issue, but it's got me confused: I've been trying to get good ol' MAME (an emulator for a lot of classic arcade games, for those not familiar) running on my TV for the full experience. I have a BTO Radeon 9800 with the TV out adapter (and the latest verison of the ATI control panel installed), so I've got my desktop stretched across my monitor and TV. The problem I'm having is that while the games will play just fine on my monitor (DVI), if I put the game window over on the TV, it slows down drastically and stutters badly. Move it back, and it plays fine. It doesn't have to do directly with any 3D acceleration, since it even happens with software-only rendering, but I can't figure out if there's some issue with the funky scanrate of the TV output that confuses the program, if one of the many things to tweak in the ATI control panel for TV output might help, or if it's just a MAME problem with multiple monitors. Anybody ever tried something like this, and maybe have a suggetstion of what to try or what's going on? DVD video plays just fine on the TV, by the way (great backup when my standard player doesn't like a disc).