Tommi Lundell wrote:
> Magnus Hörlin wrote:
>>>> last week. It's arriving tomorrow and it will be very interesting to see if
>>>> it work as well as my 9400-based uATX does.
> This is the best VDR frontend/XBMC machine I've ever tried. I don't know
>> why, but it works better than my Intel E7200/Nvidia 9400 uATX board. For
>> /Magnus H
> I think to buy GA-E7AUM-DS2H NVIDIA GeForce 9400 motherboard. Can you
> share your experiences whit 9400 based mobo and VDPAU? (And rest your
> notes ofc ;-))
> What you mean "GA-E7AUM-DS2H NVIDIA GeForce 9400...")?
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Well, I've had that board since it came out and if I was you I'd wait
for one of hopefully several Nvidia Ion boards coming out soon. For some
reason I never managed to make the GA-card work as well as my Ion board
which is just fantastic. This how the Revo looks mounted on the back of
my LCD, together with a USB DVD player. HDD, WLAN card and top cover are
removed since I don't need any of them. As you can see, the performance
figures while playing "killa" in XBMC are quite impressive, don't you think?
Yes I know, I will tidy up the cable routing! But with only two (AC
power and ethernet) cables running to the TV that's not a very difficult
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