Lifeview FlyVideo 3000 TV Tuner Review - FlyVideo 3000 - Page 4
With all of the new chipsets for motherboards and brand new video cards coming out, it's kind of nice to get off the beaten path for a moment. Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at the Lifeview FlyVideo 3000 TV Tuner and see what can happen when you add a TV tuner to your favorite toy.
TweakTown Rating: 8.5
Flyvideo have once again given us a great little add-on for the PC users/Home entertainment freaks. With super low CPU utilization and hardware encoding and decoding, this card is one of the best I have ever had the pleasure of using. While a few niggles were present such as not including any onboard RAM for caching (comes in handy incase you have high speed RAID arrays) or the internal soundcard audio connectors, I can still say this card works better than my old one.
High Quality Chipset
Supports over 1200 resolutions
Low Resources needed
MPEG1 Video capture
No Internal Sound connector
No RAM for caching
Rating - 8.5/10
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