On Wed, May 09, 2007 at 10:04:57PM -0700, Garrett Cooper wrote:
> Eric Crist wrote:
[ ... ]
> That's one flavor of DVI; memory serves me correctly there were 2:
> I-DVI and some other kind (I think the one you have pictured above is
> I gave my old box to Gary, it's an HDMI ATI 7000 series card, and
> the card has an HDMI to Dual VGA plug along with it. I forgot that all
> items were still in the box (did that to ensure that everything was put
> in the box and made it through shipping all right).
> Anyhow, getting back to the video thing at hand, if Gary was to
> purchase a card he should purchase an nVidia card. It's the only brand
> with OpenGL support properly enabled in Linux and FreeBSD. 5000-6000
> series would be sufficient.
Okay, if I do need another or newer card, I should look for
"nVidia"; what else? Like how much video memory is appropriate?
64, 128, 256 megs? AGP, i'M assuming.
tia, and so long fer now,
Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.thought.org Public Service Unix
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