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Drive Capacity: 350GB SATA II 7200RPM w/DataBurst Cache oGraphics Card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400    oPrimary Optical Drive: 8x CD-RW/DVD Combination Drive  oSecondary Optical Drive: None oNetwork Interface Card (NIC): Integrated 10/100/1000 Ethernet oMedia Card Reader: 8-n-1  oSpeakers: Dell built-in  oMonitor Type: Widescreen digital LCD  oScreen Size: 20 inhces Dell designed the  XPS-One  for the home user as an entry-level media-center computer.  There are a total of (6) USB 2.0 ports on the XPS-One; four on the back of the unit, and two on the left side of the display where the speakers are installed. There is also one Firewire port on the back as well as an RJ-45 port and an s-video port. A small webcam sits on top of the display.   The coolest features of the XPS-One are the multi-media controls that line the lower right hand side of the display. They are touch sensitive; just wave your hand in front of them and they light up in a pretty blue that is easy to see against the black background of the display. To the right of them sits the lone DVD/CD player, which lights up in a semi-circle blue when I disk is inserted.  Another cool feature of the XPS-One is the wireless keyboard and mouse that ship with the computer. I like to look and feel of the keyboard, which has an on/off switch and highly functional keypadThe wireless mouse a Logitech is responsive, but far too basic for my tastes. The transceiver for both units in hidden inside the computer, so one of the USB ports is not taken up.        Software In addition to Windows Vista Home Premium, Dell for includes a 15-month subscription to Symantec's Norton Protection Center, which includes antivirus, inbound firewall, anti-spam, and privacy protection. Other software titles include: Microsoft Office Home & Student 2007, Roxio Creator & My DVD 9.0 DE, Adobe Elements Studio, and Adobe Photo Elements 6.0. This is in addition to a bevy of other useless, space-wasting software that I quickly removed.   CD-ROM and or DVD media is included with the computer, making re-installation easyAnd yes the Windows Vista software is also in the box!   First Impressions: I am in love with my new Dell XPS-One! Yes, all you iMac users out there, the folks in the PC world are cable of building a stable and user friendly computer every bit as fun as an Apple.  Despite what might think of Windows Vista, the OS is stable and well-behaving on the right hardware platformI can hear the snickers from the Mac crowd and I understand your derision, but Vista has it good
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= 2D/3D Acceleration with Catalyst Only =
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* All RadeonHD 7000-series (aka Southern Islands) and RadeonHD 8000-series (aka Sea Islands) chips
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Note: Some RadeonHD 7000/8000 cards are actually rebadged variants of older cards and may support open-source acceleration
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Note2: You will need a linux kernel >= 3.4 for basic open-source modesetting support
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= Officially Supported (Catalyst & Open Source) =
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The following hardware is supported by current releases of the Catalyst/fglrx driver. Open source drivers will work as well. Note that RadeonHD 6xx0 chips will need kernel 2.6.38 for open-source mode-setting, xf86-video-ati/radeon 6.14.0 for 2D acceleration (EXA/Xv), and Mesa 7.11 for 3D acceleration.
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  * CEDAR      Radeon HD 5450
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  * REDWOOD    Radeon HD 5550/5570/5670
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  * JUNIPER    Radeon HD 5730/5750/5770
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  * CYPRESS    Radeon HD 5830/5850/5870
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* HEMLOCK    Radeon HD 5970
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* PALM        Radeon HD 6250/6310
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* SUMO,SUMO2 Radeon HD 6370/6380/6400/6410/6480/6520/6530/6550/6620
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  * CAICOS      Radeon HD 6430/6450/6470/6490
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  * TURKS      Radeon HD 6570/6670
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* JUNIPER    Radeon HD 6750/6770
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* BARTS LE    Radeon HD 6790
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* BARTS      Radeon HD 6850/6870
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* CAYMAN      Radeon HD 6950/6970  (requires Catalyst 11.4b; open-source requires kernel 2.6.39)
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  * ANTILLES    Radeon HD 6990
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= Older RadeonHD (Catalyst Legacy 13.1 & Open Source) =
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ATI/AMD initially dropped Catalyst support for these cards in the regular Catalyst 12-6. These cards are now supported with the later released Catalyst 13-1 legacy, but you MUST use a kernel <= 3.4 and Xserver <= 1.12. For example, you can use Catalyst 13-1 legacy if you're running Ubuntu 12.04 or Debian Squeeze/6.0. Open source support is good and 3D is still improving.
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  * R600        Radeon HD 2900
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* RV610/RV630 Radeon HD 2400/2600, 3000/3100/3200/3300, M71, M72, M74, M76
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  * RV620      Radeon HD 3450/3470, M82  
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* RV635      Radeon HD 3650/3670, M86
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* RV670      Radeon HD 3850/3870, M88
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* RS780      Radeon HD 3100/3200/3300
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* RS880      Radeon HD 4100/4200/4290
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* RV710      Radeon HD 4350/4550/5145/530v/545v, M92
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* RV730      Radeon HD 4650/4670/5165/550v/560v/565v, M96, M96-XT
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* RV770      Radeon HD 4850/4870, M97, M98
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= Radeon (Catalyst <= 9.3 & Open Source) =
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ATI/AMD dropped Catalyst support for these cards in Catalyst 9-4. These cards are supported with the legacy ATI 9-3 Catalyst release, but you MUST use a kernel <= 2.6.28 and Xserver <= 1.5. For example, you can use Catalyst 9-3 if you're running Ubuntu 8.04 or Debian Lenny/5.0. Open source support is good and 3D is still improving.
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  * RS400/RS480 Radeon XPRESS 200(M)/1100 IGP
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* R300        Radeon 9700PRO/9700/9500PRO/9500/9600TX
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* R350        Radeon 9800PRO/9800SE/9800
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* R360        Radeon 9800XT
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* RV350      Radeon 9600PRO/9600SE/9600/9550, M10/M11
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* RV360      Radeon 9600XT
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* RV370      Radeon X300, M22
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* RV380      Radeon X600, M24
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* RV410      Radeon X700, M26 PCIE
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* R420        Radeon X800 AGP
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* R423/R430   Radeon X800, M28 PCIE
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* R480/R481  Radeon X850 PCIE/AGP
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* RS482      Radeon (Xpress) 200
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* RV505      Radeon X1300, M52, M62
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* RV515/RV550 Radeon X1400/X2100/X2300, M54, M64, All-In-Wonder 2006
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  * RV516      Radeon X1500
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* R520        Radeon X1800, M58
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* RV530/RV560 Radeon X1600/X1650/X1700/X2500, M56, M66
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* RV570/R580  Radeon X1900/X1950, M68
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* RS600/RS690 Radeon (Xpress) X1200/X1250/X1270
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* RS740      Radeon (Xpress) 2100
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* FireGL T2 (4154)
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* FireGL V3100 (5B64)
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* FireGL V3200 (3E54)
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* FireGL V3300 (5E49)
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* FireGL V5000 (5E48)
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* FireGL V5100 (5551)
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* FireGL V7100 (5550)
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* FireGL X1 (4E47)
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* FireGL X2-256/X2-256t (4E4B)
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* FireGL X3-256 (4A4D)
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* FireGL Z1 (4147)
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= Radeon Legacy (Open Source) =
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These cards are no longer actively supported by AMD as of the 8.28.8 fglrx driver. Unless you run an ancient distro, using the open source drivers is your only option.
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  * R100        Radeon 7200
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* RV100      Radeon 7000(VE), M6, RN50/ES1000
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* RS100      Radeon IGP320(M)
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* RV200      Radeon 7500, M7, FireGL 7800
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* RS200      Radeon IGP330(M)/IGP340(M)
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* RS250      Radeon Mobility 7000 IGP
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* R200        Radeon 8500, 9100, FireGL 8800/8700
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* RV250      Radeon 9000PRO/9000, M9
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* RV280      Radeon 9200PRO/9200/9200SE/9250, M9+
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* RS300      Radeon 9100 IGP
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* RS350      Radeon 9200 IGP

Revision as of 03:42, 25 May 2013

Contents

2D/3D Acceleration with Catalyst Only

* All RadeonHD 7000-series (aka Southern Islands) and RadeonHD 8000-series (aka Sea Islands) chips

Note: Some RadeonHD 7000/8000 cards are actually rebadged variants of older cards and may support open-source acceleration Note2: You will need a linux kernel >= 3.4 for basic open-source modesetting support

Officially Supported (Catalyst & Open Source)

The following hardware is supported by current releases of the Catalyst/fglrx driver. Open source drivers will work as well. Note that RadeonHD 6xx0 chips will need kernel 2.6.38 for open-source mode-setting, xf86-video-ati/radeon 6.14.0 for 2D acceleration (EXA/Xv), and Mesa 7.11 for 3D acceleration.

* CEDAR       Radeon HD 5450
* REDWOOD     Radeon HD 5550/5570/5670
* JUNIPER     Radeon HD 5730/5750/5770
* CYPRESS     Radeon HD 5830/5850/5870
* HEMLOCK     Radeon HD 5970
* PALM        Radeon HD 6250/6310 
* SUMO,SUMO2  Radeon HD 6370/6380/6400/6410/6480/6520/6530/6550/6620
* CAICOS      Radeon HD 6430/6450/6470/6490
* TURKS       Radeon HD 6570/6670
* JUNIPER     Radeon HD 6750/6770
* BARTS LE    Radeon HD 6790
* BARTS       Radeon HD 6850/6870
* CAYMAN      Radeon HD 6950/6970  (requires Catalyst 11.4b; open-source requires kernel 2.6.39)
* ANTILLES    Radeon HD 6990

Older RadeonHD (Catalyst Legacy 13.1 & Open Source)

ATI/AMD initially dropped Catalyst support for these cards in the regular Catalyst 12-6. These cards are now supported with the later released Catalyst 13-1 legacy, but you MUST use a kernel <= 3.4 and Xserver <= 1.12. For example, you can use Catalyst 13-1 legacy if you're running Ubuntu 12.04 or Debian Squeeze/6.0. Open source support is good and 3D is still improving.

* R600        Radeon HD 2900
* RV610/RV630 Radeon HD 2400/2600, 3000/3100/3200/3300, M71, M72, M74, M76
* RV620       Radeon HD 3450/3470, M82  
* RV635       Radeon HD 3650/3670, M86
* RV670       Radeon HD 3850/3870, M88
* RS780       Radeon HD 3100/3200/3300
* RS880       Radeon HD 4100/4200/4290
* RV710       Radeon HD 4350/4550/5145/530v/545v, M92
* RV730       Radeon HD 4650/4670/5165/550v/560v/565v, M96, M96-XT
* RV770       Radeon HD 4850/4870, M97, M98

Radeon (Catalyst <= 9.3 & Open Source)

ATI/AMD dropped Catalyst support for these cards in Catalyst 9-4. These cards are supported with the legacy ATI 9-3 Catalyst release, but you MUST use a kernel <= 2.6.28 and Xserver <= 1.5. For example, you can use Catalyst 9-3 if you're running Ubuntu 8.04 or Debian Lenny/5.0. Open source support is good and 3D is still improving.

* RS400/RS480 Radeon XPRESS 200(M)/1100 IGP
* R300        Radeon 9700PRO/9700/9500PRO/9500/9600TX
* R350        Radeon 9800PRO/9800SE/9800
* R360        Radeon 9800XT
* RV350       Radeon 9600PRO/9600SE/9600/9550, M10/M11
* RV360       Radeon 9600XT
* RV370       Radeon X300, M22
* RV380       Radeon X600, M24
* RV410       Radeon X700, M26 PCIE
* R420        Radeon X800 AGP
* R423/R430   Radeon X800, M28 PCIE
* R480/R481   Radeon X850 PCIE/AGP
* RS482       Radeon (Xpress) 200
* RV505       Radeon X1300, M52, M62
* RV515/RV550 Radeon X1400/X2100/X2300, M54, M64, All-In-Wonder 2006
* RV516       Radeon X1500
* R520        Radeon X1800, M58
* RV530/RV560 Radeon X1600/X1650/X1700/X2500, M56, M66
* RV570/R580  Radeon X1900/X1950, M68
* RS600/RS690 Radeon (Xpress) X1200/X1250/X1270
* RS740       Radeon (Xpress) 2100
* FireGL T2 (4154)
* FireGL V3100 (5B64)
* FireGL V3200 (3E54)
* FireGL V3300 (5E49)
* FireGL V5000 (5E48)
* FireGL V5100 (5551)
* FireGL V7100 (5550)
* FireGL X1 (4E47)
* FireGL X2-256/X2-256t (4E4B)
* FireGL X3-256 (4A4D)
* FireGL Z1 (4147)

Radeon Legacy (Open Source)

These cards are no longer actively supported by AMD as of the 8.28.8 fglrx driver. Unless you run an ancient distro, using the open source drivers is your only option.

* R100        Radeon 7200
* RV100       Radeon 7000(VE), M6, RN50/ES1000
* RS100       Radeon IGP320(M)
* RV200       Radeon 7500, M7, FireGL 7800
* RS200       Radeon IGP330(M)/IGP340(M)
* RS250       Radeon Mobility 7000 IGP
* R200        Radeon 8500, 9100, FireGL 8800/8700
* RV250       Radeon 9000PRO/9000, M9
* RV280       Radeon 9200PRO/9200/9200SE/9250, M9+
* RS300       Radeon 9100 IGP
* RS350       Radeon 9200 IGP