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good video card for video capture??

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February 8, 2004 1:52:34 AM

I want a card that will be able to record television and also good for games any ideas or suggestions.
a b U Graphics card
February 8, 2004 5:58:06 AM

ASUS R9800XT.

HIS R9800 ICE-Q (select models).


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February 8, 2004 6:08:55 AM

The AIW 9600pro is nice as well for the midrange budget.
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a b U Graphics card
February 8, 2004 6:37:24 AM

Yeah but unless you need all the added features, you can get more out of a VIVO card.

However yes, you're right the AIW line from the R9600Pro to the R9800XT would be a good choice as well, but a little pricier.


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a b U Graphics card
February 8, 2004 10:49:25 AM

Another AIW 9600 Pro vote. Decent midrange gaming card, TV & FM tuner, video capture, and the retail Built By ATI has the HL2 coupon in it.

Or if your current card games ok now, just buy a tv tuner/video capture card. A Leadtek Winfast 2000XP/Expert ($50) works fine and you can keep it through each (AGP) video card upgrade.

I have owned 3 AIW cards, but I just got tired of losing the TV tuner/video capture abilities every time the card was no longer capable of decent framerates while gaming.



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