There was a copy-paste mistake when I posted...I should have said "(non-digital cable)," NOT "(both digital and non-digital cable)." Sorry about the misprint.
I've been satisfied with the built-in graphics in my previous systems, but am looking to install a decent graphics card with TV-in capabilities in my new computer.
I am looking for a graphics card that allows me to watch and record live TV (both digital and non-digital cable) without a noticable decrease in quality. I'm not an avid gamer, so extreme graphics are not necessary, but I would like to see an improvement over the 128MB SIS Mirage2 integrated graphics I have now (which distorts the sky and makes people look "blocky."). I'm hoping to find such for less than $120. If not, a simple TV-in device will have to suffice.
I have an HP running Windows XP Pro on an Athlon64 3300+ with 512MB PC3200 DDR SDRAM and a 200GB HD. I currently have 3 PCI(8x) and 2 AGP slots open.
Thank you in advance,