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03-20-2020, 04:21 AM
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I was going through some old boxes trying to see if I had the parts to put together a capture PC and I found this Asus AGP-V6800 graphics card. It was pretty fancy and came with VR googles. More importantly it also has S-Video IN, S-Video OUT, and Composite OUT.

I remember playing with this card and a VCR way back around 2001 but I can't remember much more than that. Does anyone know if this is a good capture card?

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Sorry! It looked fine from my computer. Let's see if this works...

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Attach the image to the post, not Imgur. Need to see it, not sure. Though probably not.

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Wow, I remember those. It's a rebadged GeForce card. It functioned, but was not a great card that I can remember. It's been 15+ years since I saw a capture from one. I vaguely remember the card being even worse than an ATI AIW to install, more like a Matrox or Canopus internal. I thought it was a Philips chip for capturing, but did not see one in your image.

And that card needs a cleaning!

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03-20-2020, 07:53 AM
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Thank you for the reply!

There is a Phillips brand chip on it. It's the one next to the upper S-Video connector. You probably can't see it though because of the low-res image. The chip is the SAA7113H. The datasheet calls it a "9-bit video input processor".
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