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Re: recommend a free driver video card?

On Tuesday 04 September 2007 14:56, Ed Greshko wrote:
> Dave Stevens wrote:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I am setting up a new box with ATI ES1000 video on board. I want to use
> > only free software on it (F7 as the base) and am in a pickle wrt the
> > video. I can set it up initially with the on-board circuit but would like
> > to have a dedicated 3d-accelerated card with a free driver. Does such a
> > thing exist? I checked at phororonix and got good advice about setting up
> > ATI's proprietary driver, but apart from hints that something really
> > substantial is in the works, no joy about a well-developed free driver.
> > Does anyone care to suggest a candidate? Should be in the $200 price
> > range.
> >
> > TIA,
> You may wish to search the fedora archives.  This topic has been beaten to
> death a few times over the past year.

I know that Ed, I didn't see specific recommendations except to try an Intel 
mobo with integrated chips. Having just spent a lotta money on a nice Tyan I 
naturally don't want to do that needlessly. Sorry about the bandwidth.


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