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  • Alter Ego
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    Hi Claire,

    I have been using the ATI "X" series dual DVI cards without a problem.

    Tom (Cinestream forum)

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  • Marc44
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    Originally posted by PopEye View Post
    So I'm back with ATI (Sapphire HD 3870) and I am very happy. Works well with a host of 3d applications and games as well as being 100% RT with xplode. Rick
    100% RT : with Xplode in a HD project ?

    Marc

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  • PopEye
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    I've always used ATI cards, but recently went with an 8800. Nothing but problems. On top of which the Nvidia 8 and 9 series no longer support full screen video mirror (ATI theater mode) even under windows XP. So I'm back with ATI (Sapphire HD 3870) and I am very happy. Works well with a host of 3d applications and games as well as being 100% RT with xplode. One more thing, it's very quiet for reasonably powerful card.

    hope this helps
    Rick
    Last edited by PopEye; 05-28-2008, 06:06 PM.

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  • Claire
    started a topic What reasonably priced video card for Edius?

    What reasonably priced video card for Edius?

    The 7600GS video card in my Edius computer has broken, argh!

    This card is now discontinued!!!

    What shall I do?

    There are newer Nvidia cards but the Nvidia 8800 is reported to have unresolved issue with Edius which makes me unsure about the rest of the current Nvidia range.

    How about the ATI cards? I have my eye on an Asustek Radeon 3650 512MB PCIE DDR3 Silent Dual DVI 725/1.

    Anyone using one with Edius?
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