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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
....and again.... how could this not be resolved with an add in card?

Just bundle the addin card with a certified motherboard.
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HuperLab has had one hurdle which it has found hard to overcome, and that’s the compatibility between its video capture hardware and the wide range of motherboards that are available on the market, as these products need to have a 24/7/365 uptime.This used to mean that their customers had to spend a lot of time evaluating various platforms they could use with HuperLab’s products, and this was something that would equate to sometimes quite long delays before a new product could be sold to their customers in turn.
It would have taken longer to find and certify a motherboard, then to develop their own.
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post #12 of 12
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It would have taken longer to find and certify a motherboard, then to develop their own.
The really doesn't make sense though. They took an existing motherboard. Stripped some slots and add a few ports. Even after designing a custom motherboard, they would still have to certify it. What other features were missing? It took years to design this... so what took that long to figure out? The article really doesn't say what makes these custom motherboards that special or why they need all the HS.


Huper Laboratories: We need a motherboard that does this1, this2, and this3
Gigatbyte: Hmmm... we have motherboards that can do all that except this3
Huper Laboratories: fine, we'll spend a few years designing a motherboard board so it can do all three
Gigatbyte: Hmmm... wouldn't adding in the this3 feature be easier?
Huper Laboratories: It would also be cheaper and faster but we wouldn't get the chance to make a uber-HS motherboard!
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