Check the linux forums at http://www.nvnews.net/. Sounds like the GT220
would be a good choice. Maybe even the GT210. I have an 8400 with the
newer chip and it's is marginal at best and won't do the advanced deint.
Luca Olivetti wrote:
Now that I have an hd tv set, I'm looking at revamping my ageing vdr
system for hd.
Oh, and I want it to be really cheap ;-)
It seems that the only reasonable option is a motherboard/graphic card
supported by nvidia vdpau.
I need a parallel port and a pci slot (I want to use my current dvb-s
card), so the revo and similar nettops are out.
The asus P5N7A-VM motherboard seems a good candidate, is its integrated
9300 graphics powerful enough for good deinterlacing?
According to this page
the only limitation is that it cannot do Advanced 2x for HD content,
everything else is covered (I'm currently using temporal on my laptop
and, while acceptable, it doesn't seem top-notch).
Or should I better buy a cheap motherboard and add an external nvidia
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