submax82 ha scritto:quella che ti ho linkato io è superiore. Le intel non sono al livello di gigabyte o asus, io eviterei se puoi.
se devi anche anche proc l'ideale sarebbe gigabyte GA-H57M-USB3 + intel i3 così hai anche l'usb3, altrimenti se non hai esigenze andrei su celeron + scheda consigliata sopra
(Wikipedia).GMA 500 support on Linux is not optimal. The driver is developed by Tungsten Graphics, not by Intel, and the graphic core is not an Intel one, but is licensed from PowerVR. This has led to an uncertain mix of open and closed source 3d accelerated drivers, instability and lack of support.
Ubuntu is the Linux distribution that best supports GMA500 (Poulsbo), through the use of the ubuntu-mobile repository on Launchpad. Support is present for 8.04, 8.10, 9.04 and in an experimental way for 9.10, but the installation procedure is not as simple as other drivers and can lead to many bugs.
Jolicloud, a linux based OS optimized for netbooks, has a driver for the GMA500 built in.
Intel releases official Linux drivers through the IEGD (Intel Embedded Graphic Driver) supporting some Linux distributions dedicated to the embedded market.
GMA500 is capable of running well in Ubuntu with Compiz visual effects activated, and is the only Intel chipset supporting hardware accelerated video decoding (including h264) through libva-api.
In November 2009, the Linux Foundation released the details of a new, rewritten Linux driver that would support this chipset and Intel's other upcoming chipsets. The Direct Rendering Manager and X.org parts would be open source, but the 3D component (using Gallium3D) will still be closed.
aschenaz ha scritto:Mi sa che mi tocca rimanere su Nvidia (visto anche che i noveau saranno integrati nel
prossimo kernel )...
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