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Old July 29th 03, 12:15 PM
Anders Albrechtsen
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Default 2D image/video quality recommendations

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Hi all,

Interested to know which set of cards now have the better image (and

quality, nV or ATi?
Came across a guy who says his Quadro looks better on screen than a 9800P.
Can this be true?

In my opinion, ATI has the better 2D image quality than Nvidia cards up to
and including the GeForce4. I haven't seen the new Nvidia GeForceFX series
so I cannot confirm if ATI still has the lead. Also I haven't seen the
Quadro cards and can't really comment on that.


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