Re: Graphics card recommendation?

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I'm guessing that you have (possibly) a configuration problem and/or an issue with your particular motherboard vendor/model, etc.
send me (OFF LIST) the MB specs (make model, bios, etc) and your X
config file and I'll see what I can see ...
  Joe Kazura

On Jun 24, 2009, at 3:01 PM, Joseph L. Casale wrote:

Actually, your post is bullshit. Have you ever tried playing HD video on an Intel chipset? It just works if your definition of "works" is "looks
like glitchy shit".
Works for me. I could believe it would struggle on the older
processor/memory setups where they probably don't have enough bandwidth
for full HD video and lots of other activity.
So I guess my 8 gig ram quad core systems with 3100 and 3500 need
more power?
It often works, but certainly has issues with ~25% of what I play
cause X to
freeze up tighter than a ....

Arguing it works is futile, a couple peoples success doesn't equate perfection. More of use have issues than those of us who don't. It needs lots of work still, FFS, and even Intel dev's say that? Are we still debating this? Is it really that
much of an emotional topic, the love for intel chipsets?

Wow...

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