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nvidia riva tnt2 model 64/model 64 pro update wanted

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dunderklumpe, Dec 8, 2003.

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  1. dunderklumpe

    dunderklumpe Thread Starter

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    I have a nvidia riva tnt2 model 64/model 64 pro pci bus videocard.
    The other day I bought the follow up of MOH (sorry forgot the name because returning it to the store)but ofcource you already see the problem rightaway:error log file of the game told me the card was missing out on some functions.Can this card be updated so "heavy duty games won't be a problem in the future?(il2/fb-wolvenstein-cfs2 run good though!)

    Thanx for listening!:confused:
     
  2. McTimson

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    Well...you can get the latest drivers for the card, but it won't help that much, because it's a TNT2...and PCI....

    If you wanted to play newer games, you'd have to get a new video card....but if you're running a PCI video card right now, then it may not be worth it...check if you have an AGP slot, is should be above the PCI slots on the motherboard, and slightly offset from them...if you have an AGP slot, then that's good, because you could get a good video card...but if you don't, you'll probably be better off getting a whole new system rather than just upgrading the video.
     
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