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Universal AGP 3.0 Card Double slotted Supports AGP 3.3v, 1.5V, and 0.8V signaling. Nvidia GeForce Go 6800 in mobile desktop (Tom David) - never had problems with it. I also had used ATI graphic card in my old notebook. Intel GMA 4500 on Dell Vostro Desktop (Anthony Johnson) - Flexsim 4.52.

I could even use my ATI Radeon 9000 notebook with it (not for very large models, don´t expect wonders!!). Nvidia Geforce 8800 (Brenton King) - no problems. If none of these work, you can try tweaking Flexsim's graphics settings through Flexsim's graphics configurator. AGP 3.0 Card 1.5V slot Supports only 0.8V signaling. http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/windowsfaq.aspx

When searching for a new laptop I found that some time ago Dell stopped using Nvidia in the Lattitude product line. You see people posting in forums worrying about this possibility all the time. I do not remember the NVIDEO Graphic model number. sarah_fox Hi all, I'm totally frustrated and could use some friendly help.

Information from the different posts of the thread have been gathered together and organized in this article. Then when the ColorMunki monitor profiles are applied, everything turns to a lavender and eggshell color scheme (should be light gray and white). Typically I also include a test with any accelerated driver for 3ds Max, but a version of the ATI MAXimum driver that supported the V8640 was not available at the time Sadly, Wouter, the unified driver you link to is exactly the same one I installed -- ver. 15.201.2401, dated Dec 1, 2015.

Not so sure that there is a rollback from that if the first version was installed--documentation seems to indicate that there is not. I honestly can't decide. I searched for drivers, I am sure this isn't the issue. < > Showing 1-4 of 4 comments Electric View Profile View Posts 17 Mar, 2016 @ 10:46pm It's not a AGP 2.0 added the 1.5 volt slot on cards which could use 1.5 volt signaling.

So I was wondering if Nico and Pablo also have a 17" screen on there laptops and if that might be the problem? It makes sense, if you think about it, because if anyone actually shipped a consumer-oriented product which supported only 0.8 volts, they would end up with lots of confused customers and Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT 2 GB RAM 2.2 Ghz Dual Core CPU (syseo) - It shows good quality and performance running flexsim. That card would work correctly in an AGP 3.3V motherboard but it also would have worked in a 1.5 volt motherboard had it been given the 1.5 volt slot.

OK Learn More Login Store Featured Explore Curators Wishlist News Stats Community Home Discussions Workshop Greenlight Market Broadcasts Support Change language View desktop website © Valve Corporation. http://www.playtool.com/pages/agpcompat/agp.html Find all posts by Steven Hamoen #4 01-31-2008 Tom David Flexsim User Join Date: Aug 2007 Location: Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany Posts: 430 Downloads: 157 Uploads: 47 Thanks: 486 This irritates me because I play other games with higher requirements fine. ColorMunki calibrations are hosed for now.

My experience is avoiding ATI FireGL card. Advertisement ChivalricKnight Thread Starter Joined: Mar 5, 2010 Messages: 11 I have a: Asus M4A78PLUS Motherboard I have a chance to get: ATI FireGL V8650 GDDR4 2GB PCI-Express Compatible right? If it has been less than 30 days since your OS "updated" to win-10 you can revert back to the earlier OS (7 or 8). I did remount my old OS and found the ATI catalyst version that worked for me.

Using Autodesk 3ds Max 2008 with the latest service packs and updates applied, I ran the MAXBench4 benchmark using both the native OpenGL and native Direct3D drivers. Anyway, it's back to work today on a house we're renovating. Although the performance numbers are good, I do have some concerns about OpenGL compatibility, at least as far as AutoCAD 2008 is concerned. Graphic quality is good.

What they are trying to tell you is that it's a universal 1.5V AGP 3.0 card and doesn't support 3.3 volts. regards, Pablo Concha E. I'm not sure how long I'm going to be living with my new lavender and eggshell color scheme!

I never install beta version, but the latest version before the beta version.

The table below lists the AGP motherboard type for just about all the consumer-oriented motherboard chipsets. They provide both high quality and a good refresh rate, and do not present very many problems to users. Support Feedback Europe - English (EU) Region Americas Europe Korea Taiwan China Southeast Asia Language English (US) Español (AL) Português (AL) 日本 ภาษาไทย Deutsch English (EU) Español (EU) Français Italiano Polski Also the seller had this to say Since the original bracket of the card is too long for most computer cases, I cut the end of the bracket by myself and

ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 on HP Compaq nx9420 (Martin Kooijman) - I run Flexsim at high compatibility because otherwise it wo'nt start ATI Radeon 4350 on Dell Vostro Desktop (Anthony Johnson) If you're running Windows 95, 98, or ME, it may be possible to manually assign addresses and get it to work but I've seen people try this and the process is There's no way to know ahead of time whether you'll have that kind of problem unless you can find other people who have tried the exact same video and motherboard hardware The problem lies with the settings (Flexsim OpenGL Configurator and respective card display options).

The graphics chipset determines what kind of AGP card it is; not the brand of the video card. Yes No Great! Sometimes manufacturers don't obey the rules. feeds blog forum HC forum links home contact us blog feedback privacy policy site map social Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Twitter Google+ ModSim Connected Facebook YouTube Twitter Google+ Last Updated: February 12,