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Re: How to use NVIDIA Official driver on Fedora

On Wed, 2 Jun 2004, Rodolfo J. Paiz wrote:

> At 23:53 5/25/2004, Sean Estabrooks wrote:
> >On Wed, 26 May 2004 13:38:00 +0100
> >Frederic Soulier <frederic wallaby uklinux net> wrote:
> > > But what about a card recommended because:
> > >   a) it's top of the range
> > >   b) loads of features fully supported
> > >   c) 3D drivers on par or better than windows counterparts
> >
> >If you sell out the hope of long term gains for some immediate benefit
> >you haven't really won anything and the above benefits will evaporate
> >very quickly.
> Sean,
> While you are correct in your statement and point of view, you are not 
> answering the question but in fact are answering something Frederic did not 
> ask. He did *not* propose justification for a Windows-only card or one with 
> binary drivers, or in fact anything at all which you would find 
> objectionable. His question was, as I read it:
> "If the ATI Radeon 9200 is recommended as a good cheap solution, what (if 
> any) is the recommended solution for a killer, top-of-the-line, 
> blow-your-hair-back graphics card where one desires to use all or nearly 
> all of the features that card also offers under Windows?"
> Basically, he's not "selling out" as you put it but rather "buying in" by 
> seeking to buy a top-of-the-line card which *does* have a place in your 
> philosophical paradigm. So, is there any such card? If so, I'll immediately 
> put it on my short-list for purchase and recommendation to others.

the radeon 9200 is the fastest rv2xx chipset based card that can be used 
with the tungsten graphics written radeon dri driver. no rv3xx models are 
> Cheers,

Joel Jaeggli  	       Unix Consulting 	       joelja darkwing uoregon edu    
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