Many of the computers we donate to financially-disadvantaged kids will
need improved 3D graphics, especially for our students that require
extra GPU power for 3d CAD and scientific software. Currently, we are
having good results with the nVidia GeForce 9800GT. It does not require
an additional power source and has the necessary power most of our
We can also use
the ATI equivalent Radeon HD5450, although those drivers can be a bit of
a challenge in Linux. Normally we would just purchase the cards we
need but donations have been a bit slow this last quarter so if you have
a card of this quality and can afford to donate it, please contact me
helios at fixedbylinux dott kom and I can provide you with a shipping
We sincerely appreciate your help.
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