Cheap Linux video card suggestions? Tags: Graphics Cards Linux Last response: January 30, 2004 2:20 AM in Linux/Free BSD Share ChrisLudwig January 29, 2004 11:56:13 PM Cheap Linux video card suggestions? I'm looking for a cheap, STABLE, current production video card to use under Mandrake 9.2. Something that doesn't require drivers. It's got to support 1600x1200 resolution at 24-bit color and be AGP, but other than that I don't care. Thanks. More about : cheap linux video card suggestions iccaros January 30, 2004 1:54:51 AM An Nvida tnt2 card or ATI radion (you can get them for under $50). neither need drivers unless you want 3D Willaim S. Huskey Network Engineer SAIC "there are 10 types of people in this world. They who understand binary and they who do not" silverpig January 30, 2004 2:20:08 AM Anything that will do that in windows will also do it in linux. Even a G200 would do well. TNT2, old radeon, even an MX200 (I hope I got the number right) or something. Some day I'll be rich and famous for inventing a device that allows you to stab people in the face over the internet. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumFirst build, cheap linux box ForumCheap Linux Box ForumSuggestions for building a linux computer. ForumNeed cheap AGP Video card to use in Ubuntu10.10 ( linux ) ForumBuilding cheap linux box ForumMy 1st AMD Linux Build ( CHEAP ) ForumSuggestions for Bargain Linux build ForumVideo card suggestions ForumMinor Parts- (ps, cheap dual monitor video , wireless)- UBUNTU ForumLinux gaming rig ForumWhat hardware is needed for a Linux Home Server? ForumSuggestions for Cheap Video Card ForumCheap linux box ForumSuggestions / Tips for an upgrade on the cheap ForumCheap GPU for Linux ForumWhat is a decent low end card for a Linux box? ForumBoot Problems ForumLinux forums - your opinions ForumLinux + raid Forumlinux on dfi ps35-bl More resources !