[vdr] Recommendation for new hd vdr system.

Timothy D. Lenz tlenz at vorgon.com
Sat Nov 14 19:01:06 CET 2009

NewEgg or ZipZoomFly don't ship to spain?

Steffen Barszus wrote:
> Luca Olivetti schrieb:
>> En/na Luca Olivetti ha escrit:
>>> The asus P5N7A-VM motherboard seems a good candidate, is its 
>>> integrated  9300 graphics powerful enough for good deinterlacing?
>> Mmmh, I hate to reply to my own message, but it seems it isn't 
>> available anywhere, at least here in Spain :-(
> I'm just at the same task at the moment.
> Vdpau enabled IGP motherboards except ION systems seem not to be 
> available at all for some reason.
> Same for passive Nvidia GT220 cards (not yet available (Zotac Zone 
> Edition or ECS)).
> Even if its german, this might give you a good overview:
> http://wbreu.htpc-forum.de/vdpaukompendium/leistungsvergleichgrafikchipsonboardchips/index.php 
> To me that means, at decoding they are close to each other, but big 
> difference at de-interlacing.
> i'm trying my luck at the moment with the passive cooled Gainward GT210, 
> maybe
> later moving on to the GT220 once passive cooled models are available. 
> It was told me that dual core CPU are preferable for OSD responiveness.
> Just to share a bit my findings from last days/weeks. I'm not quite sure 
> if i will be able to keep the same noise level (nearly 0) with the HD 
> components, but my plan is:
> C2D E7x00
> Mainboard w/o IGP
> GT210/220
> For AMD system it should be a K10 according to wbreu at vdrportal.de, since 
> the K8 models could cause problems with vdpau with CnQ enabled.
> Steffen
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