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  • #76
    ^ Xabix or anyone?
    Thanks if you can spare some time.

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    • #77
      Not to worry, deanj's since helped out a fair bit in my own thread.
      Still trying to determine which GT_430 to get though, so any thoughts appreciated!

      Thank-you.

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      • #78
        Originally posted by jalyst View Post
        I'm talking purely from a VA (encoding/decoding etc) perspective, not 3d acceleration.
        Or is there no longer any compelling advantage VDPAU cards have in this area?
        The new Sandy Bridge-based Core iX processors support MPEG-2, H.264 & VC-1 decoding. H.264 encoding is still being worked on. Older Clarkdale/Arrandale platforms only support MPEG-2 & H.264 decoding. If you need MPEG-4 ASP (DivX) hardware accelerated video decoding, get the NVIDIA card. Otherwise, the built-in GPU is enough.

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        • #79
          Yeah I only got an old clarkdale set-up, might upgrade to the sandy bridge revision due towards EOY (name escapes me, Ivy?).

          Even if I had SB though, that decode/encode acceleration you're referring to, is still pretty flakey in Linux compared to nV's VDPAU right?

          Which is why I'm still interested in a discrete GT_430 (and its successors).

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          • #80
            Originally posted by jalyst View Post
            Yeah I only got an old clarkdale set-up, might upgrade to the sandy bridge revision due towards EOY (name escapes me, Ivy?).
            Ivry Bridge.

            Even if I had SB though, that decode/encode acceleration you're referring to, is still pretty flakey in Linux compared to nV's VDPAU right?
            No, why? Besides, VDPAU does not do anything like encoding.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by gbeauche View Post
              No, why? Besides, VDPAU does not do anything like encoding.
              There isn't encoding support using vdpau/opencl yet in Linux...

              I've been advised by several experienced users on this thread previously that...
              There's areas IntelHD is lacking-in compared to nV WRT Video in Linux, & to a lesser extent vica-versa.

              I'm getting a discrete in the event that there's a few things I'm not happy with, or I can't do with IntelHD.
              It's only $80, & gaming (although still very mediocre) is light years better than IntelHD.

              Any favourite GT_430? Thank-you.

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              • #82
                Finally works

                I have known that my g6950 processor does not support Intel® Clear Video HD Technology. So I do not have chanche to get on working the GPU.

                Now i have bought an i540 processor. I followed the instruction from here: http://www.drupal4hu.com/node/244 , but it was unnecessary to change the two files in libva source. It works now.

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