Video Card (AGP) Selection Advice
John Richard Moser
nigelenki at comcast.net
Sun Oct 9 22:21:07 UTC 2005
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The 9200 should have open source drivers, so it should work, 3D and all.
> Hello all, I have a question regarding which AGP to
> use in my system. I am preparing to reinstall my box
> in order to put Linux on the pri master and WinXP on
> the secondary master, but before I do this I want to
> decide. I currently have installed a nVidia TNT2 m64
> 32mb AGP which works with no problems. I also Have an
> ATI Radeon 9200 128mb AGP that I would like to use
> both for the extra ram as well as for its dual monitor
> support. (mostly the ram though). I am just
> concerned about how well linux will accept this card.
> The nVidia just worked, I didnt have to do anything,
> although I did install the nVidia 3d drivers in linux.
> Will the radeon work as easily? What problems, if
> any can I expect?
> Thanks to all in advance,
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