Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 11212 from 2003/5/22
> it is only natural for users to want the best GPU possible-not a 10+ year
> old card. [...] I will pick up 1 of the recommended GPU's you guys stated
> here to play around with.
Please be aware that the two graphics cards I've mentioned in comment #3, albeit still available new, are 9 and 6 years old, respectively.
> My RX580 is on a vertical riser and I guess I can disconnect it to use the
> MorphOS card, but I dont see doing that long term. The RX580 GPU
> acceleration on AOS4 is not something I want to walk away from.
If you don't want to use one single card for both MorphOS and OS4 but rather switch cards, I recommend to not try MorphOS with any of the cards I've recommended in comment #3 but with a card that's 3D-supported by MorphOS. Unfortunately, due to age these cards are very hard to come by new (currently I can find new in the EU only a 13 years old RV516-based FireMV 2250 for 48 EUR, which might not even be whitelisted by MorphOS).
> MOS [...] has [...] a IEEE1394 stack for my Lynx2 bus snooper card and
> 2nd OHCI compliant card. Awesome.
Just in case this isn't obvious anyway: MorphOS having a FireWire stack doesn't mean that all FireWire controllers or devices are supported automatically.