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Geforce4 Mx Ssslow Gaming!!!!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by xplicit, Jan 18, 2003.

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  1. xplicit

    xplicit Thread Starter

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    I have a Intel celeron 766mhz processor, 319MB, and winME.

    I recently upgraded my graphics card to a geforce4 MX420 PCI, from an intel integrated card. my fps used to be around 30 while playin cs with my intel card, now with me geforce its from 20-60 but its still slow.... why?! i have updated all the drivers for graphics card etc. i have removed my intel graphics drivers(they always reapear when i restart though) whats the problem?? i ran 3D mark 2001 Se and my benchmark was about 1700!! i compared my result to others with my exact system and they scored above 2000(forgot the exact result) I have directx 9.0 already.... whats the problem??? I was thinking about trading my geforce 4 for my friecds geforce2... maybe my comp cant take the geforce 4??? what do you recommend? i put settings in lowest, highest aaaaaah everything. please help ASAP....thanks...
     
  2. antares

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    MX are not good cards, because their cheap. The Ti's are better.
     
  3. -Loay-

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    Hey, its because you've got a PCI Graphics card, which aint the best cards about. Go for an AGP card (you will possibly need to upgrade the Motherboard for that).
     
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