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Posted - 15/05/2005 :  03:34:11  Show Profile  Visit Nemesis887's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I am having some problems with my Nvidia Geforce FX 5600 (256MB) Video Card. All resolutions in D3D mode are fuzzy under 1024x768 for some reason. My system is overclocked recently also. I just adjusted the CPU frequency, but I did not touch the AGP bus speed. Should I adjust it also? Currently it is at 66Mhz and can max out at 75Mhz. Heating problems are nonexistent in this system becuase they are water cooled. (GPU+CPU), also using LegendFX's Voodoo Mage drivers for my SLI Voodoo 2's. Latest Nvidia Drivers were used also, forceware version 71.89. Any suggestions? Thx.


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Posted - 16/05/2005 :  20:14:24  Show Profile  Visit Kyon_CoraeL's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This is a simple problem with a Simple solution

Simply Increase the Level of Detail

Download Rivatuner @ www.guru3d.com and go into Rivatuner and go click the triangle within a square button next to the name of your nvidia drivers then go to the D3D icon and click it then simply change your level of detail which would probably be @ 0 to - something if u experiment with that bar so u can find the one which suits you best.

I love how Voodoo 5 drivers have this bar built into it.
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Posted - 16/05/2005 :  23:37:52  Show Profile  Visit youkaizero's Homepage  Reply with Quote
What manufactor is the 5600 made from?(Asus, MSI, BGF Tech)

AMD Athlon 64 3000+
1 gb ddr
Western Digital 80 gig
ATI Radeon x800
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