Video Card Problem

By saltkid
Dec 19, 2006
  1. My problem with my Nvidia GeForce 7300GT (256MB agp) is that when I set my color to 32bit my 2D speed slows down to 46MP/sec. This card should perform alot better than that. I'm running an MSI PM8M-V Motherboard and all of my drivers are right up to date. Bios has been flashed etc. Any suggestions?
  2. sithmaster

    sithmaster TS Rookie

    is the agp slot the right speed?
  3. MetalX

    MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,388

    Is that 46 Megapixels per second? If so that's not too bad. That's about 85hz at 2560x1600. Theres really nothing wrong with that speed.
  4. saltkid

    saltkid TS Rookie Topic Starter

    The AGP Slot is set at 8X. As far as 46 Megapixels per second is concerned, it should beat about 146 Megapixels per second. I experience very slow transitions when I'm scrolling in IE and opening and closing windows. It takes about 2 seconds for the windows to close from the top down. Shouldn't do that at all. Running a BenQ FP91G+ LCD Monitor, 250 GB SATA HD, but and older P4 2.4 GHz processer, 350 Watt PS. My ATI Radeon 9800 pro card out performed this by a mile... in the 400 Megapixels per second range.
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