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Problem is I have a 1920 X 1200 screen. I understand the VPod can't do that at 16M colours. Otherwise, yes, I suppose that would be the better and faster option.

What you're saying though, if I understand rightly, is that there isn't likely to be any single screen benifit from the new card.

 is a RISC OS UserMonty on 16/8/09 12:11PM
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