Graphics Card

  poogles_uk 20:31 08 Jan 2003
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  poogles_uk 20:31 08 Jan 2003

I changed my card from a 32mb TNT2 Ultra card to a 128 Geforce 4 Ti4200 card and have got the latest drivers and enabked anti-analising and some other stuff and it doesn't seem much better. Is this because i'm using old games? Anyone any ideas?

  Scarthy © ® ™ 20:41 08 Jan 2003

It could be the games and it could be the rest of the components installed on your computer...ie. Processor, Mobo and Memory primarily. (;o)))

  poogles_uk 20:03 09 Jan 2003

The card is 128mb DDR and AGP 8X, the CPU of my comp is 1.2ghz(athlon) and i only have a AGP 4X Mobo which is Soltek SL75-KAV

  Mysticnas 20:28 09 Jan 2003

8x in a 4x mobo???

silly question... it's working in your PC isn't it!!!

D'oh!

  poogles_uk 19:49 10 Jan 2003

Its fine, the company i bought it from said it'd be fine

  Joe McG 19:59 10 Jan 2003

poogles_uk,

I would say it's probably the games, if they're all old. Looking at your system spec I would say that another 256Mb DDR, would give your system a real boost, and let you see the benefits of your gfx card.

  Joe McG 20:01 10 Jan 2003

sorry bud!
just re-read the thread too late ,to stop making a sack of myself. Getting mixed up with mobo and gfx. Duh.

  jediknight007 21:08 10 Jan 2003

Your 1.2Ghz Athlon could be the bottleneck for your graphics card. That's why you can't experience the difference between your old and new card.

  poogles_uk 21:40 10 Jan 2003

No my card is 128mb DDR and my comp has 512mb SDRAM. The games are old i suppose, i'll look at a AGP 8x Motherboard with support for the Latest XP Processors. What would you reckonmend for the CPU? And Motherboard?

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