ASRock 330 ION for DVB-S2 HD 1080i

  • Hi,
    I'm about to put together an itx config based on ASRock 330 ION board, and I would like to use for DVB-S2 HD channels too. I believe most of the HD channels are broadcasted in 1080i and additional deinterlacing is needed. Is the ION powerful enough to do this with VDR? I see many of you are using this board, so I guess it would be fine, but want to check.
    BTW, I have a HD Ready plasma, so I'm completely fine with 720p resolution, but the signal is 1080i, if this matters anything at all.
    Thanks!

    Server: Atom 330, 2GB RAM, 2x2TB HD, 160GB 2.5" system drive, DVBSky S960 USB DVB-S2, picoPSU 120W, Ubuntu Server Trusty, VDR 2.2.0 + Live, streamdev, epgfixer, epgsearch, restfulapi, vnsi-server
    HTPC1: ASRock 330 ION, 2GB RAM, 32GB 1,8" SSD, Chieftec IX-03B + picoPSU 90W, Kaze Slim 100mm cooler, OE 5.95.4 DualAudio Build + VDR vnsi-client
    Clients: notebook, netbook, desktop, Pi2, WP
    Harmony 515 Remote, Panasonic 42" Plasma, Sony STR-DE 585 5.1 DTS, 78 Triax + Inverto Black LNB + Powertech S380

  • As far as I see it has an "Integrated NVIDIA® GeForce 9 Series" graphic chip.


    On one of my boards I use an integrated GeForce8 chip which does the trick with vdpau bob(!) hardware deinterlacing. So this one should do at least the same. Without vdpau - I couldn't say.