[vdr] Mid range CPU choice

2007-08-21 Thread covert covert
About to step into the deep end and build my first VDR box. In fact 2 of them at the same time both with the exact same specs. All parts are going to be new. New CPU's are a lot more confusing than the simple days of single cores at fixed clockspeeds. My question is what CPU should I chose for

Re: [vdr] Mid range CPU choice

2007-08-21 Thread covert covert
On 8/21/07, Nicolas Huillard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: covert covert a écrit : My question is what CPU should I chose for good noise reducing , heat reducing solutions. The most efficient CPU are still the VIA ones... Low power, very low heat, very low noise. I will have a look

[vdr] dvb-s dvb-t all in one card

2007-09-04 Thread covert covert
Hi guys. Finlay getting to the pointy end to build my VDR box's up. I have been looking around for a all in one card and since I cannot get hold of the FlyDVB one I wanted in Australia I am looking into getting some WinTV-HVR-3000. My motherboard is going to be either a M2NPV-VM or a AN - M2HD

[vdr] AMD/ATI 780G Redion/HD3200 mpeg decoder.

2008-04-26 Thread covert covert
I have a GIGABYTE GA-MA78GM-S2H with the AMD 780G chipset on it. The onboard graphics has a MPEG decoder on it. Am I able to use this as a output device in VDR ? ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr