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The good and the bad... Intel makes open source drivers but have you tried to turn off Intel onboard graphics functions in order to enable a plug in video card? I have several Intel boards here with large hammer holes in them if you have any ideas...<BR>
On Thu, 2010-09-16 at 11:27 -0400, Darcy Casselman wrote:
All my nVidia cards have worked well, provided you're okay with
running the proprietary drivers.
This is my current card. I'm pretty happy with it:
I'd prefer open source drivers, but the only chipset manufacturer to
come through for us is Intel, and they don't make desktop cards.
Maybe if you were in the market for a new motherboard...
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 6:01 AM, Vaughn Male <<A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</A>> wrote:
> So right now I have an ATI Radeon 2200 HD and it is terrible! I was
> definitely looking at purchasing a new card. Will I encounter any driver
> issues using my new video card with Ubuntu? Do any particular companies
> provide superior drivers?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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