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Old 10-07-08, 07:40 PM   #1
KhensU
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Default Only one PCI card left supported under the current drivers?

My secondary card, a PCI FX5500 (which I just replaced the fan on btw) has now been classed legacy with the release of the 177.80 drivers. The only other PCI card that I've seen is a 6200. I would think that is still supported. Does anyone know of any newer PCI cards that are out there?

From what I gather, using mixed NVIDIA drivers is not possible (The nv driver doesn't work on my 5500) and I'd rather not have my 9800GT stuck on a legacy version to run my 3 head setup. So again I ask if anyone knows of a better PCI card than the 6200.

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