[mythtv-users] Low Profile nVidia cards
F Peeters (MythTV)
francesco at fampeeters.com
Wed Oct 17 19:38:51 UTC 2007
On Wed, October 17, 2007 21:09, Anthony R. Baker wrote:
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: Josh White
>>To: Discussion about mythtv
>>Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2007 1:56 PM
>>Subject: [mythtv-users] Low Profile nVidia cards
>>Does anyone have any experience using low profile cards in a front end? I
>> just purchased an IBM NetVista >Desktop machine to use as a frontend, and
>> it apparently requires a "low profile" video card (the back panel is too
>> >short for a standard pci card). It's a P4 1.6ghz, with AGP. I'm
>> inclined to go with this:
>> >http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814139165 Anyone
>> have experience with >anything similar (I saw at least one Mythtv
>> reference in the comments)? Anything else to recommend?
> Replaced a 7500 LE with this
> http://www.pcconnection.com/ProductDetail?Sku=6303598. Nearly the same
> It is a PCI that can be standard or low profile. I couldn't be happier.
> It's the first card I've had that "just works" right out of the box.
Got me a XFX geForce 6200 AGP 4x/8x card last week, comes with a normal
size bracket with VGA, DVI and S-Video connectors.
Remove the bracket, and you have a low-profile with s-video and DVI, VGA
on a separate plu with small flatcable.
Unfortunately it did notcome with a low profile VGA bracket *or* DVI to
VGA plug, but I has one left over from a previous experiment, so I am one
And again, it Just Works(TM)...
PC-Chips M863G Geode - NVidia 440 - Hauppauge PVR250
Ubuntu 6.10 (Edgy Eft) - XFCE - MythTV 0.20 - Xine
Panasonic NV-VHD1 VCR/DVD player case modded to fit it all in...
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