What do you think about getting a $73 AMD 64 socket 754 motherblard with LAN, Audio, Usb, Firewire AND Graphics integrated ?
Here they are :
- AOpen s760GXm-S
- ASRock K8Upgrade 760GX
- ECS/Elitegroup 760GX-M
- Foxconn Winfast 760GXK8MB-ERS
Those Athlon-64 low cost / high performances motherboards w/ SiS 760GX Built-in Graphic offer great performances for those of us who are interested by compilation/video/audio/2D great performances, rather than 3D/DirectX15 games-of-the-day
We can have a look @ those motherboards features and performances with (PCPerspective) and without (tomshardware) GPU.
Does someone know wether the onboard Mirage 2 graphic controller is Linux compatible ?
Here some related informations :
- Thomas Winischhofer - X.org/XFree86/Linux and SiS graphics chipset
- An interesting LQ thread
where they write opposite stuffs like "Only VESA drivers can make this video chip work" // "The driver should work but no 3d"
I'd like some more information about these chipsets on Linux