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Thread: PCI card problem




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    Okay, I popped this Trident PCI card into my main rig, just to crank out some wus at ful bandwith, but it gives me this message, And scrollings horrid.

    EDIT: NVM, i got it working.

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    Now explain to us again why ya usin' that POS card. :confused:

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    Maybe i just WANT to. No, I dont want to but, I cannot achive the high 215mhz FSB with the onboard, and to be honest, as much bandwith as it hogs, Ive got half the mind to buy an 8500LE now.

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    Have ya locked the AGP frequency? But ya just may not be able to get to that 215MHz FSB not matter what ya try.

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    Yup, its locked.

    BTW, using the PCI video/sound cards im running a 217FSB @ 1.8V 44C. (case: 35C)

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    Heres another Screeny, basically how do i change the Assignmets etc. around so it wont conflict with anything

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    You need to try another PCI slot. Slot 6 shares its IRQ with another device that is conflicting with your Pci video.
    Try using slot 2 or 4.

    Chez

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