Originally Posted by Lali
I'm getting some corruption on my old GF Ti4200 for the first time in two years.
I am receiving my Geforce 6800 Ultra tomorrow
and I was wondering if you think it's the card that's dying or if it's software-related. Please look:
Here is what I did and my setup:
P4 3.06/1gb ram/Asus GF Ti4200 128MB/Asus P4Pe mobo/etc.
I installed this:
Windows XP SP1, then:
1. Intel chipset software installation utility 5.00.1012
2. DirectX 9.0b
3. Intel application accelerator 220.127.116.11
4. nVidia driver 61.77 - got corruption
5. nvidia driver 56.72 - got corruption
6. nVidia driver 52.16 - got corruption
Have you guys ever seen something like that? Do you have an idea of what it could be???
looks like my Ti4600Ultra .........
all i did was put in a crap CASE when I got my GT .AND
forgot to clock it down.
it showed no tear .....artifacts nothing. I tested rig all night to sell next day. Plugged in video in DOH O/Clocked ... I think thats what buggered mine anyways........
Leadtek A250TDUltra MYVivo
(sending away to get fixed its still a better card then a 9600XT or FX5700)