Last Christmas my brother got a computer (MSI 651 Mega PC, Intel 2.4 512MB), with a Hercules ATi Radeon 9800SE all in wonder graphics card that they assured us would work. However since the summer it has been overheating (returned computer to get new fan fitted/solve another problems), and now having sent it back a second time they are saying the card is dead, partly they say because of the close confines of the case, which we were assured would not be a problem. Since hercules don't make graphics cards anymore and this model was no longer available, we were offered a Sapphire 9800 Pro (not AIW), which correct me if I am wrong, gets similar temperatures as the 9800SE, so it would still have the same problem. Not only that, we specifically bought the 9800SE because of its AIW features and TV tuner so we're getting the feeling that we're being shortchanged here (very small performance increase does not make up for the loss of the AIW features), however if we want the TV features we either have to go with a fairly **** FX 5200 or Radeon 9200 AIW, or buy an external TV tuner out of our pocket. The card is still under warranty (barely) so should we accept the 9800 Pro, which I think will also have problems, and get an external tuner, or should we demand that the company come up with a better solution?