/-- Nik Clayton wrote:
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| Thanks for the reply.
| On Mon, Mar 03, 2003 at 05:39:32AM -0800, Orion Hodson wrote:
| > | Can someone recommend a graphics card that can drive a TFT using DVI at
| > | 1600x1200, and a CRT using an analogue connection at 1280x1024, at the
| > | same time (dual head), and that's supported using XFree86?
| > BTW, if you do go this route then when purchasing the Radeon VE/7000 care=
| > needs to be taken that it is the multi-interface (DVI/SVGA/TV-Out) and no=
| t the=20
| > unsupported split cable version. BTW, the release notes for XFree86 4.3=
| > detail support for upto Radeon 9x00=20
| It does? I'm looking at:
| which says "Radeon", without qualifying it with any model numbers. Is
| there some documentation I'm missing?
The manual on the ATI website for the Radeon 9000 Pro has pictures with the
right connectors and the feature list on the Dabs link is fine, except it
excludes svga, but maybe that's so obvious a feature that it's not listed.
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