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Aw alright. I'll take this into account and decide between a new external video card or a new laptop all together. Thanks a lot for all the help....
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    Aw alright. I'll take this into account and decide between a new external video card or a new laptop all together. Thanks a lot for all the help.

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    FWIW, get a laptop with either an ATI or nVidia card. These days, nVidia has the edge in Linux support. I have an nVidia card in my workstation (8800GT w/ dual monitors) and one in my Dell D630 laptop. Both work really well with Linux. I run CentOS on the workstation, and Ubuntu 9.04 on the laptop. Both have the latest nVidia supported OpenGL drivers.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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