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Old 08-06-2003, 02:49 PM
acceton acceton is offline
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Default video cards

i was wondering:are there video cards that take the load of the computers cpu? like tdm cards don't use the mac cpu? or do they always run via the cpu? i mean video cards for input/output of digital video. thanks
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Old 08-06-2003, 07:53 PM
Lucky Lucky is offline
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Default Re: video cards

Input/output of digital video? Like an Igniter capture card? If you are worried about your PCI interupts, you can try a firewire or USB based video capture system.

If you are talking about a card to run your computer's monitor, just make sure it is an AGP based card (and computer). That will leave your PCI bus alone.
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