Re: video card
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 11:46:34PM -0600, Adam Majer wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 10:56:52PM +0000, Gerard Robin wrote:
> > My vendor suggest me to use the video card ATI expert 2000
> > with linux (my dist is potato 2.2r2 with xfree 3 )
> I found ATI to be the best supported cards in X (for open source drivers
> that is). I have ATI Radeon 64M DDR and I have great 3D performance. Better
> than under Windows 2000 and onward. At work, I have 2 Debian workstations
> with older ATI cards. One is Winboard and the other Rage 64 or something.
> Both work great but no 3D accel. of course :)
> A friend of mine has NVideo GeForce 2 MX card and it seems to run fine with
> NVidia's drivers. But the performance is a bit slower than with Radeon. But
> NVidia seems to be a good choice for.
Thanks all for your advices.
I find that it is important to choose the best card, but if I want run
linux, I have to choose the best card which have a good driver for linux
and also its price don't exceed my purse :-)