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Intergrated Graphic's Card and Tv Tuner

by greenday121 / May 3, 2006 8:20 AM PDT

Hello,

I have been looking for quite a while for a fairly high end grahics card plus a tv tuner that is for a PCI-Express machine. I know there at some out there such as ATI All-in-Wonder X1800, but I am really looking for a tv in, as well as a tv out, so i cant hook it up to my tv while recording tv, or play doom III on the tv as well. Does such a product exist, or do i have to break up my grahics card and tv turner to get the tv out feature?
Thanks

Matt

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a-i-w does exactly what you've described (link)
by ramarc / May 4, 2006 5:27 AM PDT
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XL1800 same as XL1900?
by greenday121 / May 4, 2006 6:58 AM PDT

do you know if XL1800 does the same thing as the XL1900?
If so, what the major deference it features

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fuzzy model numbers
by ramarc / May 5, 2006 3:17 AM PDT
In reply to: XL1800 same as XL1900?

xl1800 and xl1900 are not ati a-i-w model numbers. here's what available in the a-i-w lineup. all will have more/less the same video/tv features. the differences will be with the graphics processors.

+ x1900 a-i-w is the top of the line and great for gaming ($450)
+ x1800xl a-i-w is last year's model and good at gaming ($350)
+ x800xl a-i-w is older tech but is still a good midrange gamer ($300)
+ a-i-w 2006 edition is the current product but with a very low end graphics chip (x1300). it's not really suitable for gaming imho. ($180)

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Thanks
by greenday121 / May 5, 2006 6:43 AM PDT
In reply to: fuzzy model numbers

Hey, thanks alot for the information, it def helped

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