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  • #16
    Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
    Which is ironic as heck since you pretty much can't have a 3D card without paying S3.
    hahahahaha

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    • #17
      Choose AMD/ATI. Opensource drivers work well, now beginning to support 3d acceleration beginning with mesa-7.6 kernel-2.6.32 radeonhd-1.3.0 .
      If you prefer fglrx drivers, they work splendidly and have the once a month update just like the windows drivers ever since AMD bought ATI. I have owned nothing but ATI cards all my life beginning with rage3d, and havent' had as bad of issues as everyone makes it out to be. yes, there WAS crappy support, but no longer. That is all a thing of the past. AMD/ATI has better support than Nvidia now thanks to opensource driver funding and actual monthly updates.

      Nvidia is fading, and isn't the shining star like back in the old days. AMD/ATI has always been pretty innovative and has had a lot of firsts in the industry. I own X200m, HD2600, HD3300, HD3650, HD3870 OC edition and have never had a problem. I remember x200m didn't work with Opensource drivers but there was fglrx until the opensource drivers worked, then the switch was simple. I'm soon to be the proud owner of the HD5870 series for my new OC phenom II 4.2ghz 955 BE 4GB 1600mhz DDR3 dragon platform box.

      Linux/AMD/ATI/Atheros and you'll never go wrong.

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      • #18
        nVidia if you don't like dealing with random bugs that never go away or just get swapped out for new ones.

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