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So OP gone full retard and won't post because he's embarrassed about finally realizing he was full retard?
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He's on an Athlon64 3200+ . That is ever so slightly faster than an Athlon XP.

Another interesting point here, is that you're on a Socket 754 machine. Those didn't natively have PCI Express on them, and the ones that did are only operating at 4x or 8x speed, PCIe 1.1. Which means your card is essentially working at PCIe 2.0 2x or 4x at best. You don't even have enough bandwidth on your PCIe lane to give that card a full load.
It's running ina PCI-E X16 slot. I read somewhere that it takes a GTX 295 to get bottlenecked by the bus of this speed.

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The chip itself has it's 'stock VID' sorta 'encoded' into it at the factory. So don't worry about what NiBiTor says there for the full-power 3d volts ... that number is dictated elsewhere. Although it can be overidden by NiBiTor (I myself have both my clocks and volts custom set via bios), it's not at all obvious what you need to do from looking at the interface.

If you're going try to mod bios to get full 3d clocks even in low-power 3d, though ... you are also going to need to make the low-power 3d voltages the same as the full power 3d voltages. Which is tricky and very non-intuitive.

If I were you, I'd use that bios that someone made for already on the other thread. If you just sit there and mess w/NiBiTor, trying to accomplish setting the low-power 3d VID to your full-power 3d VID (1.037V, apparently) ... you're probably going to end up frustrated, re-flashing over and over. It could possibly even end up bricked if you go with the trial/error method (not permanently of course, but it can be a hassle).
Thanks man. I'll have to wait and see for this, I will probably update my other thread with this. I'm just trying to find some other fix to force it at 3D clocks before I flash it.

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i think nvidia/ati should drop Xp support because its likea 12 year old OS and needs to die already
I agree, if they can't let us force specified clocks. ATI/AMD can do this, why not Nvidia?

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my drivers work fine in xp... your doing it wrong.
Again, that's not the case for all games/programs. Some run fine, like Assassins Creed for example.

Also @ Ice I am gonna take the screenshots now, don't worry.


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So OP gone full retard and won't post because he's embarrassed about finally realizing he was full retard?
Nice use of grammar there, retard.
    
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Nice use of grammar there, retard.
You don't get around the internet much do you?

Also, I notice you haven't responded to Pioneer's assertions with any substantive proof.
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How does that chip get 93 FPS!?
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It's running ina PCI-E X16 slot. I read somewhere that it takes a GTX 295 to get bottlenecked by the bus of this speed.

No its not. ECS might CLAIM 16x, but Socket 754 never got full 16x bandwidth due to the insanely slow bus that it was on. This is also why its forced to use single channel RAM. The bus didn't have enough lanes.

You need a Socket 939 board at minimum (and early 775) to get full PCIe 1.1 @ 16x speeds. Period.

And dude, your screenshots are showing Assassins Creed running at 25 FPS. Hello!?
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You don't get around the internet much do you?

Also, I notice you haven't responded to Pioneer's assertions with any substantive proof.
I can't make responses fast enough for 10 different people at a time. If you would **** about what the OP "can", "can't" or "won't do" maybe I can get on with it.
    
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A GTX460 shouldn't be dipping in the 25's when playing AC, should it?
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He's like Legendary, except he doesn't actually want the low FPS.

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A GTX460 shouldn't be dipping in the 25's when playing AC, should it?
When using a 2.2ghz single core, yes, it does.
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No its not. ECS might CLAIM 16x, but Socket 754 never got full 16x bandwidth due to the insanely slow bus that it was on. This is also why its forced to use single channel RAM. The bus didn't have enough lanes.

You need a Socket 939 board at minimum (and early 775) to get full PCIe 1.1 @ 16x speeds. Period.

And dude, your screenshots are showing Assassins Creed running at 25 FPS. Hello!?
GPU-Z says it runs a x16.

And hello? It is running with AA and everything maxed when the minimum requirement consist of dual core CPUs.
    
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