Yep, should be fine (with, in my case, Pinnacle PCTV or Compro videomate), but you will struggle to do video capture or even use it as a PVR. Even then, it should work if you don't tax it too hard. Digital does use more resources, but not overly so.
BUT, if you go down the USB route, resources ceases to be such a problem. I've happily run one on a Pentium III 500.
Before buying, wait for a few more views, but I vote it'll work fine.
i didn't relaise usb tv devices used less resources. if it's true then i'll definitely consider that instead of a card. althoug i assume they're gonna a bit more expensive? i'll go have a browse about now for price ideas....
i don't plan on using it for recording purposes so resources will be better on that score but i do plan on running it while using the pc for other things, ie browsing the net. i was concerned at my integrated graphics as it's capacity is altered depending on whatever else you're using your pc for
anyhoo. like you advise, i'll wait for other suggestions, thanks again