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12-15-2014, 06:26 AM
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I have a spare 2007 computer. I only have either PCI-e x16 or classic PCI ports available. Please advise the model which is capable doing S-Video capture.

I'm only interested in the models which don't have AVIVO. With AVIVO they started incorporating AGC and I don't want that.

So my only choices are:

For PCI-e x16:
All-in-Wonder X800 GT (still need to find out whether it has S-Video in and whether it doesn't have AVIVO).
All-in-Wonder X600 Pro - read pretty bad reviews.

For PCI based on Radeon family chip:
All-in-Wonder 9200 PCI version
All-in-Wonder VE
All-in-Wonder Radeon

based on 3d Rage chip
All-in-Wonder 128/Pro

Please advise. Thanks.

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I would go for PCI, myself. The PCIe cards can be fluky.

All of the PCIe cards are the same -- they use the same drivers. Only the graphics differed.

Don't get the 128 Pro. It's not as good as the 7000-series PCI (7500 VE).

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