List of vista supported Nvidia/ATI graphics cards

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    ATI Hardware

    The following products support Windows Vista™, Display Driver Model (formerly known as LDDM):

    By ASIC Name:
    All DX9 GPUs
    M10 or above
    R300 or above
    RV350 or above
    RS400, RS480, RS482, RC410

    By Brand Name:

    Desktop

    All-In-Wonder® 9600 Series or higher
    All-In-Wonder® X600 Series or higher
    Radeon® X300 Series or higher
    Radeon® 9500 Series or higher

    Integrated

    Radeon® Xpress 200
    CrossFire Radeon® Xpress 200

    Mobile

    Discrete

    Mobility™ Radeon® X300 Series or higher
    Mobility™ Radeon® 9500 Series or higher
    FireGL V5000 (RV410GL) Series or higher
    FireGL V3100 Series or higher
    FireGL T2-128 Series or higher

    Integrated

    Radeon® Xpress 200M

    Workstation

    Discrete

    FireGL V3100 Series or higher
    FireGL V5000, V7100 Series or higher
    FireGL T2-128 Series or higher
    FireGL X2-256 Series or higher
    FireGL X3-256 Series or higher


    NVIDIA Hardware


    The following NVIDIA desktop GPUs are "Windows Vista Ready:
    GeForce 7800 GTX GPUs
    GeForce 7800 GT GPUs
    GeForce 6800 GPUs
    GeForce 6600 GPUs
    GeForce 6200 GPUs
    GeForce FX 5900 GPUs
    GeForce FX 5700 GPUs
    GeForce FX 5600 GPUs
    GeForce FX 5200 GPUs
    GeForce PCX GPUs

    NVIDIA is also fully supporting our mobile OEM partners for all needed drivers for Windows Vista Beta 1. Please see your OEM partner to secure the proper drivers for the devices they choose to support during this beta period.

    The following NVIDIA notebook GPUs are "Windows Vista Ready:

    GeForce Go 6800 GPUs
    GeForce Go 6600 GPUs
    GeForce Go 6400 GPUs
    GeForce Go 6200 GPUs
    GeForce FX Go5700 GPUs
    GeForce FX Go5650 GPUs
    GeForce FX Go5600 GPUs
    GeForce FX Go5200 GPUs
    GeForce FX Go5100 GPUs

    The following NVIDIA workstation GPUs are "Windows Vista Ready:

    Quadro FX 540
    Quadro FX 1000
    Quadro FX 1100
    Quadro FX 1300
    Quadro FX 1400
    Quadro FX 3000
    Quadro FX 3000G
    Quadro FX 3400
    Quadro FX 4000 SDI
    Quadro FX 4400
    Quadro NVS 280 PCI
     
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    The All-in-wonder is supported, anyone actually got the All-in-wonder options to work?



    It sees that my card is a radeon 9600 but the tvtuner etc are worthless/not found.
     
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    The list is wrong anyways. My 9550 is supported by the LDDM

    Works fine.
     
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    Ok, the LDDM recongnizes that my card is a 9600

    Everything works, Aero, no lag its great



    but it isnt seeing the TV tuner, the composite in or any of the nature..
     
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    Feel free to post up what you think needs to be added to the list.
     
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    Alright, I have googled and searched these forums -



    am I just screwed if I want the TV tuner out of vista just yet?
     
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    Not positive. But the drivers probably are not there just yet.
     
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    looks like they hav ane extra month or so now to develop them! haha
     
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    I'm using 850XT ATI works great no lag infact hl2 was working better :D
     
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    i have the ATI raedeon 9600 and experience problems with vista and the card anyone else have these problems?
     
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    My guess is that only 9800 onwards had hardware shader model 2.0 support, so those card allow aero to run better. Also ATI have yet to release drivers for the TV to work in AIW cards.
     
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    X1650 Pro works fine after downloading new drivers.

    Old drivers make vista restart....
     
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    but....but...what about the nvidia 8800gts?:ermm:
     
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    just installed ultimate 64, and seem to have trouble with graphic card,ATI, radeon x200...

    i thought this was compatible with vista, but when I download and update the driver, it seems to work for few runds, and fails saying "driver could not be found" or in device manager "driver is having problem"

    Do I have to upgrade my card? or is there any other way I can make this work?

    Thanks you for the help in advance...
     
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    You should check with the hardware compatibilty thing at Vista's home page at MS which will at least clear up any doubts about support for it.
     
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    would this card work properly?



     
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    I see no reason why it would not work quite well with Vista. It probably won't give you the very best quality as far as intensive gaming goes but it should definitely enhance your Vista experience.
     
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