Reviews and Problems with ATI All-in-Wonder Radeon 7500
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Old Technology, but good for old PCs
Joe O. Marcom "fan of the Undead", Amazon
13 December 2011
Summary: I got this as a replacement to use in a very old, custom PC, which uses an AGP graphics card and runs on an Athlon CPU. I like the All-In-Wonder cards because they have A/V-in and A/V-out connections built-in. This is very handy for transferring old VHS tapes to your PC or to a DVD.
Summary: I didn't know much about TV tuners when i bought this but I had to learn since i bought this. This product is for older systems and should be taken off the market cause it's not up to the standard we expect today. i should have realized thais cause all the good reviews were from 10 years ago.
Summary: I think I have already reviewed this purchase once but I'll review it again. I had a pretty old computer that had this exact video card in it and I assumed that it had died. I figured the easiest way to get it all working again was to replace it with the same card.
Summary: I had this card for about 2 weeks and the video performance was great. It has good Linux support from the gatos project and works for out of the box installs of Red Hat 7.3 and SUSE 8.0. Unfortunately, because of a bug in the i2c chipset the tv-input in the 7500 model doesn't work reliably.
Summary: I wanted to upgrade my computer from an integrated video system and tried NVIDIA but was bothered by hang-ups , crashes and freezes constantly.It just didn't want to get along with my computer running Windows XP. I removed the NVIDIA card and installed an ATI RADEON 7500.
Summary: I purchased aiw 7500 aprox. 1yr. ago. I thought it was a decent card when I bought it at that point would have given it a 4star rating. Within three months the card started freezing my machine while using DVR. Then more reciently the video with the tuner started flashing bright than dark.
Summary: I bought this card to start creating SVCD's (Super Video Discs - basically CD's you can play in your DVD Player) of my favorite show. I didn't have any problems getting this card to work right out of the box, but when I started watching/recording - I found a lot of strange static on the channel I...
Summary: You just want to use your computer as a digital VCR right? It's unlikely you'll be doing so anytime soon with this video card. The TV feature wouldn't work until I uninstalled my NIC and USB. TV and DVD work fine now, but the capture (record) feature doesn't record any audio.