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> I would avoid Intel graphics. Nvidia works out of the box even with the
> opensource driver...
> and except for brand new releases of FC, their binary driver work well.
> Intel graphics are painful. They are integrated with the BIOSes, and
> needed special hacks just to
> get some video memory earlier... and stick suck badly wrt. to getting
> proper display modes too
> I thought Intel was great, and Nvidia bad. Experience has taught me
I guess it all comes down to bios; I've seen a lot of cases where nvidia
didn't work; even with the binary driver (nvidia focusses on the desktop
chips not so much on the laptop ones).
So.. whatever you buy google first to see if others could make the