I always go back to this chart: I know TechArp has some nice listings as well: It worked fine yesterday. Users browsing this forum: Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Do you see any burn marks on the AGP slot, the aux power connectors on the card, or maybe even on the main power connector from the PSU to the motherboard? Add to this the fact that some manufacturers are shipping boards with higher than stock core and memory speeds, and this part could definitely push an AGP system as far as it is likely to go.
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And if gaming is a primary function of the computer, graphics card upgrades are most often the way to go for users who want the most bang for the buck.
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Click [here] to see my “I just gotta have it”‘ list! Board index All times are UTC. There of course other cards that you mentioned that can be squeezed into this list. Log in Don’t have an account?
If that AGP box doesn’t become a hand-me-down to a friend or relative, keeping an older system around for some LAN gaming when guests come to visit is definitely a nice alternative to bwst trash heap. Not sure it even has anything to do with the card If you have a bes, you could try probing some voltages as it runs and see if anything looks out of spec.
Today I booted it up and about 3 minutes after I got to the XP desktop it just went out like if you turned the monitor off. I think it’s like this for AGP: This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Whatever the situation, there are plenty of people out there looking to extend the life of AGP systems in one way or another. This site hosts no abandonware. Performance Quake 4 Performance Splinter Cell: If you’re lucky, maybe it’s the PSU that died.
It worked fine yesterday. The cost of keeping up with the pace of technology is certainly steep, so upgrade cycles for some people stretch quite a bit longer than others.
BFG GeForce 7800 GS (AGP 8x, 256MB)
Add to this the fact that some manufacturers are shipping boards with higher than stock core and memory speeds, and this part could definitely push an AGP system as far as it is likely to go. Do you besr any burn marks on the AGP slot, the aux power connectors on the card, or maybe even on the main power connector from the PSU to the motherboard?
Sorry guys – I should’ve been more specific. Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. The specifications of the AGP GS are not very far off the part that we tested a few months back, but on bestt AGP platform, there is considerably less competition at the top.
I listed the others in reference to the OP’s GS card and the mentioned in Shamino’s response.
You do not have the bwst permissions to view the files attached to this post. I know TechArp has some nice listings as well: Whats missing in your collections?
Return to General Old Hardware. Users browsing this forum: Chaos Theory Performance Final Words. You didn’t forget to plug in the card’s molex connector sdid you? Btw, this one has 7800gs a favorite of mine for years now, it’s very detailed http: