Re: best Linux video card
Around the $100 end (or less) I'd say a generic ET6000 based card
with 4MB of MDRAM. However, for around $220-$230 you should be
able to find a Matrox Millenium II with 4MB of WRAM. It's supported
as a Millenium I right now, but it'll be even better when it's fully
supported as a Millenium 2.
On Mon, 3 Nov 1997, Pere Camps wrote:
> What's the best Linux/Debian (Win95/NT too) compatible video card
> available for $100-225?
> Thanks in advance for your help!
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