Quote Originally Posted by GT220 View Post
GT 220 is competitive enough. Even on Windows ATI sucks badly in the driver dept, Nvidia's DXVA decoding support and compatability is far superior to ATI's. There's plenty of H.264 encodes that ATI cannot decode on their shitty UVD/UVD2, that the Nvidia first generation VP2 can do with the latest Nvidia drivers.
Proof? I haven't had any problems... The best thing the 220 has going for it on windows is the brand name - lots of people will buy it just because it says NVIDIA on the box, without looking at what they're actually getting.