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Looking around the site I was unsure where to put this thread so here goes....
I use the newest version of Mint and have a question regarding my Video watching experience. I use an IBM Thinkcentre M50 8189 with 2GB ram and a 250 gb hard drive with whatever video plugin that came on the motherboard.
This computer has video issues with video quality on youtube/Yahoo videos seem slow/pixelated low quality etc, and I would like to know if anyone is willing to suggest a low cost basic video card that is good for watching videos and general use but better than what came with the computer? I should mention I do not do any gaming so those high dollar gaming cards are not needed.
I use a 19" Haans G monitor if that matters. It came with the DVI cable so I would like a card capable of this feature.
Most importantly and why I asked this on this forum is I need it to work with Linux and Mint in particular.
If anyone has a suggestion, I would love to hear about it!
Thank you so much!!
Last edited by Indy452; 04-30-2009 at 09:35 AM.
Reason: forgot something..