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Old 07-17-06, 12:21 PM   #1
ÄlveKatt
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Default Linux and nVidia Geforce Go 7600

Hi.

I have been prospecting for a laptop on which I intend to run Linux Ubuntu. I found out that ATI isn't a good idea if you want full 3d render capabilities. So I thought thata laptop with an nvidia card might be a better choise.

I have found a laptop with an nVidia Geforce Go 7600 512MB graphicscard that looks very promising. But I want to be sure before I buy, so I ask you if this graphix card is compatible with Linux. I want to be able to run UT2004 in Linux and utilize the graphics card fully.

Thank you.
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