Hi, I'm looking for a small listing of moderately priced video cards suitable for a Linux platform where super graphics are not a requirement. Does anyone know of such a listing? NevadaBill
Andy Ritger, NVIDIA manager responsible for the Linux graphics cards, as announced on the X.org mailing list that the graphics chip company will no longer develop the open source 2D video drivers for its chips. He recommends using the VESA X driver instead.
I'll be buying a new desktop in the next year, and I'm trying to choose the right video card. My main video intensive work is video editing, but also raster and vector graphics editing. I'm not interested in gaming.
I have 2 AMD 290X video cards. Of course they run really hot. I also have two 140mm fans on the side of my case next to the video cards. Does it make sense to blow air to the cards or pull air away from the video cards? Thanks.
I am looking into a Windows Server 2008 SP1 with RemoteFX enabled, however I do not want to buy one of the NVIDIA Quadro $1000+ video cards to do it (as only a small number of users will be using virtual machines).
Hi, I apologize if this may be kind of a dumb question; I have two video cards; an ATI and an NVIDIA card; My question is fairly basic; X11 aside, should I be able to plug both video cards in and get the 'console' to display by default out of both cards? Do I have to do anything special to setup the second card for console (i.e non-X)? I know the OS is detec
I have got a desire X recently and I wanna enjoy movie on it , but I couldn't get the suitable video resolution for its screen, I want play video in full screen with no deformation. Anyway could i got a suitable video for my new phone?