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Thread: X-Micro Ti4200 Driver under WinXP




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    Topper, i just ordered a X-Micro Ti4200 128MB in Aus too. And i was wonderin how high of a overclock u could get and wat 3DMarks score do u have?!?!?

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    I'm running it on WinXP / Athlon 1.8+ XP / 512Mb DDR and I get a 3Dmark score of around 8800 marks @ 1024x768 32bpp. (very smooooth)

    I havent tried overclocking it yet (maybe after games start slowing down dramatically...:p )

    I hardly get any slowdown in any current games atm. Usually can run anything at full res / full detail etc etc

    BTW anyone had the issue with the driver which is explained in the 1st post ? ** back to topic **

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    just got an emailed saying the card is out of stock!:( gotta wait!

    Anyway, dont bother with those drivers, go to www.guru3d.com and download the new 29.42s! Real good, improved my mark by 132 points and has better IQ!

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    When I first ordered my X-micro 128Mb card from www.auspcmarket.com.au I had to wait for it to come into stock as well.

    But it was worth the wait ;)

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    Auspcmarket are quite exspensive....

    You should always check these two sites before you buy something, they usually have great prices:

    Zone Computing

    Secret Net Computers

    both are relyable as well...:thumb:
    <Insert Witty Comment Here.>

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    Just got my Ti4200 yesterday, and after some o/c, i got a score of 10222!!! http://service.madonion.com/compare?2k1=3629886 see here if u want! These x-micros are really good!:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruski
    Just got my Ti4200 yesterday, and after some o/c, i got a score of 10222!!! http://service.madonion.com/compare?2k1=3629886 see here if u want! These x-micros are really good!:)

    Ruski, great news !!! Hey, I just got mine today, but havent installed it. What drivers do you recommend for Win98SE? I really want to do it right. Thanks, also what drivers did you use?

    best,
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    You think the latest driver dated in 6/4/02 will work...the 29.42 worked fine with xp...: peace2:
    I used mine on a 4600 on XP...SoOoOo i dunno...it shouldn't do anything ...and if it does...go back and use the 28.32..:)
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    Well, on my previous GF2 Ti, i used 22.80s (which were the best) and then i got the 29.42s and got a increase! I'm using the 29.42s now and haven't ran into any problems soo far, no infinate loop or anything! Heck, i didn't even take out the x-micro cd from the box!:

    Anyway, just try them, have fun with ur card!! I am!:cheers:

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    Me eiether i went str8 to the update...its been working fine so far.:)
    - Damien

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