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    :mad: Screen ripping on games
    Hi people on games such as medal of honour can anyone tell me if they get screen rips they are driving me crazy.

    set up AMD athlon 2200xp
    Geforce creative labs Ti 4200 @ 275 , 533
    512 DDr memory

    not sure on rest of specs

    have tried overclocking the card but still getting the same problems

    Any help

    Cheers

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    From what you wrote above, the video card is already overclocked. Default speeds for this board are 250/500. You might try reducing the memory speeds a bit and see if you still have the ripping problem. This is commonly caused by the memory being pushed too far.

    And please don't open up more than a single thread about the same problem. It makes it difficult for us to monitor more than a single thread when trying to provide help. Thanks.
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    ok will try these any thing else that may improve performance?

    have got a little bit of spare casg for upgardes but not a great deal 50 more or less.

    the creative labs card is new but can still return it what do you people recommend ?

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    Chaintech/Asus Geforce 4 ti4200. Perhaps the FX 5200 if you are interested in a *budget* graphics board. The ti4200's are still the best bang for the buck! You might wish to try an Xabre 400 though, those look decent :thumb:
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    Maybe a 9500 or 9500Pro if you've got a bit of cash...
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    Quote Originally Posted by XBoy
    Chaintech/Asus Geforce 4 ti4200. Perhaps the FX 5200 if you are interested in a *budget* graphics board. The ti4200's are still the best bang for the buck! You might wish to try an Xabre 400 though, those look decent :thumb:
    Do you ever NOT suggest people get GF4 Ti cards? Talk about being a fanboy... :)

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