Most long term Linux OS users will be all too familiar with the pain of using either of the two main makes of cards. For years I've had to put up with drivers crashing, features seemingly being enabled and disabled at the whim of the propriety driver vendors and turning your computer back on after an update to find your OS is as good as bricked.
Now I have a new laptop with a dual Nvidia / Intel graphics chipset. Enabling the Nvidia 3D support is a real pain, but I'm not fussed. The Intel graphics chipset is amazing!! A real breath of fresh air! 2D is fast and smooth an I've never had a glitch. It puts my £390 graphics card to shame.
So. I want to shake off ATI and Nvidia altogether. My faith has been slowly drained out of body. So back to my question. What cards are available (preferably Intel chipsets) for my Desktop machine? I can't find any. I need Dual DVI support at the least.