|04-18-06, 01:28 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Need advice on which card (specific requirements)
From what I have read, NVIDIA is the chipset of choice for Linux. I need help figuring out which chipset will meet all of my needs. I would appreciate any suggestions or pointers to where I can find more information.
I need a card that has the following:
- PCI (not PCI express).
- Dual independant display (not cloned).
- Hardware acceleration on both displays.
- Vertical retrace (vblank) synchronization on both displays.
- Linux driver support for all of the above on a 2.6 kernel.
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