[vdr] Mid range CPU choice

covert covert thecovert at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 02:33:23 CEST 2007


Thanks again. The Asus M2NPV-VM looks like a great choice for me since
it is easy to get in Australia.

I am looking at the AN-M2HD now and it also available in Australia.

The Asus has Composite out and the Abit has HDMI. I have VGA, RGB,
S-Vid, HDMI inputs on my TV.

In order of best to worse for quality ?

VGA
HDMI
RGB
S-Video

The Abit also has the newer 7050 vs the 6150 on the Asus.

The Asus has the extra module for HDTV output while the Abit has HDMI
attached to the board.

The big question is does the 7050 chipset provide any extra
acceleration in Mpeg2 encoding / decoding to the 6150 ?

So many choices and so many factors.




On 8/23/07, Magnus Hörlin <magnus at alefors.se> wrote:
> Steffen Barszus wrote:
> > covert covert schrieb:
> >
> >
> >> I have made the choice for a BE 2350 since finding a eesff cpu in
> >> Australia is very difficult.
> >>
> >> Thanks for the help. Now I can go find a suitable motherboard.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> > Asus M2NPV-VM  -  on vdr-portal.de this board has been on of the
> > recommendations (usual topic over there - but mainly german except
> > exceptions ) For Heatsink i plan to get a scythe ninja mini (good for
> > desktop housings.
> >
> > bye
> >
> > Steffen
> >
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> Yes, that's a good choice. I have however replaced mine with an Abit
> AN-M2HD, which I recommend.
> /Magnus H
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