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  1. Wait, didn't AMD decide to cease (discrete) GPU...

    Wait, didn't AMD decide to cease (discrete) GPU production and concentrate on APUs? Guess Matrox is getting out of options. :)
  2. Blast from the past. :D Now, it's a shame that...

    Blast from the past. :D

    Now, it's a shame that Matrox can't produce a decent GPU anymore. :( And about their choice... at least they are consistent with their hate towards Linux. :)
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    I'm using Suse linux on all of my PCs, both at...

    I'm using Suse linux on all of my PCs, both at work and at home, for over 5 years now...

    At work I use OpenSuse 10.1, and at home OpenSuse 10.3... I'm planing to upgrade my home PCs to 11.2 in...
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    I have several G200 at work, and two G400DHs,...

    I have several G200 at work, and two G400DHs, couple G200s, one G200MMS and RRG laying around the house, waiting for appropriate hosts. :)
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    You've forgot the Westworld. :)

    You've forgot the Westworld. :)
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    I don't know about other fakeRAID controllers,...

    I don't know about other fakeRAID controllers, but Intel's Matrix RAID (ICHxR) doesn't allow disk's S.M.A.R.T. status reading if they are employed in any RAID volumes.

    Linux's software RAID, on...
  7. Thread: Ooowwwwwww!

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    Thanks God he's O.K....

    Thanks God he's O.K.
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    So... Matrox is next then, huh? :D

    So... Matrox is next then, huh? :D
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    Actually... looking at Quadro FX 4500 SDI makes...

    Actually... looking at Quadro FX 4500 SDI makes me wonder, are they? Couple of years ago a would agree, but now... I mean, just look at this beast. :eek:

    * 512MB of GDDR3 memory for 33.6GB/sec of...
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    I've managed to find that thread...

    I've managed to find that thread in which dZeus was referring to Maven's internal resolution (prior to D/A conversion).

    He stated it was 688x480 for NTSC and 688x576 for PAL. I find it very...
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    A question for dZeus...

    Hi!

    I'm trying to help to DirectFB community on testing and development of driver for G400DH.

    I remember once (long ago) you had posted something about Maven chip on G400DHs working natively...
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    Isn't it obvious? Do the math. :) If that...

    Isn't it obvious? Do the math. :)

    If that didn't help... all HDTV formats are using square pixels. So... it's 1:1.
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    Just for the sake of truth... Xvid is a real...

    Just for the sake of truth... Xvid is a real codec of hackers, DivX is simply yet another proprietary codec implementation.

    My two cents. ;)
  14. Thread: RGB24 overlay

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    Why the hell you would need that?!? I mean, all...

    Why the hell you would need that?!? I mean, all DVD content is in YV12 colour space anyway and the only two things you should watch for are rendering engine (colour space conversion) and display...
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    I'm not sure I'm following you? Was you...

    I'm not sure I'm following you?

    Was you refearing to frame interpolation in speedup effect?

    BTW: Actually only about 18 fps is needed for smooth motion perception, but 24 fps is picked because...
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    Actually, you don't need more then 50Hz to pull...

    Actually, you don't need more then 50Hz to pull that off. You see, TV standards (PAL/NTSC) was designed that way (50/60Hz) because of poor phosphore persistence in early cathode tubes, so there was...
  17. LOL! I didn't realize I reinvented "the" wheel. :D

    LOL! I didn't realize I reinvented "the" wheel. :D
  18. Something like that. ;) O.K. give me a brake,...

    Something like that. ;)

    O.K. give me a brake, I was just kidding. And I wasn't referring to "the" SLI, rather to a something more like "G200 + Voodoo" combo. Maybe it would be possible through a...
  19. Uuuuh, that was low. Somehow? Magically? And...

    Uuuuh, that was low.
    Somehow? Magically? And those words are coming from someone who knows how things work? :clown:

    I know it had something to do with RAMDACs, but it was occurring only in 3D...
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    Those belong to first Itanium generation which is...

    Those belong to first Itanium generation which is considered to be more of an alpha version then a production hardware. They certainly don't have any appliance and that's why they are sold for...
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    You've seen it on auction for 10€? :) Really?...

    You've seen it on auction for 10€? :) Really? Which model?

    How do you know it wasn't broken? Maybe it is an old engineering sample or something which could not be used in production servers. It's...
  22. So it is a SMP sort of thing, aah? Well... then...

    So it is a SMP sort of thing, aah? Well... then Matrox should figure out how to enable us using ATi/Nvidia cards for 3D acceleration. :)
  23. Well... I had in mind something similar to "G200...

    Well... I had in mind something similar to "G200 + Voodoo" combination. It wouldn't be exactly a SLI setup, and I'm not sure if it's possible at all, but it would be an interesting offer for us...
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    I don't think that price would be a problem,...

    I don't think that price would be a problem, because Intel could sell them Itaniums for price of production costs if not for less, just for marketing purposes. In couple of years Intel is going to...
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    This explains everything. :nervous:

    This explains everything. :nervous:
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